Optimal modal truncation

  title={Optimal modal truncation},
  author={Pierre Vuillemin and Adrien Maillard and Charles Poussot-Vassal},
  journal={Syst. Control. Lett.},
This paper revisits the modal truncation from an optimisation point of view. In particular, the concept of dominant poles is formulated with respect to different systems norms as the solution of the associated optimal modal truncation problem. The latter is reformulated as an equivalent convex integer or mixed-integer program. Numerical examples highlight the concept and optimisation approach. 

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