Optimal solutions to multi-objective robust fault detection problems

@article{Liu2007OptimalST,
  title={Optimal solutions to multi-objective robust fault detection problems},
  author={Nike Liu and Kemin Zhou},
  journal={2007 46th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control},
  year={2007},
  pages={981-988}
}
This paper will give complete, analytic, and optimal solutions to several robust fault detection problems that have been considered in the research community in the last twenty years. It is shown that several well-recognized robust fault detection problems, such as H-/Hinfin, H2/Hinfin, and Hinfin/Hinfin problems, have a very simple optimal solution in an observer form by solving a standard algebraic Riccati equation. Moreover, the optimal filter does not depend on how the fault occurs, i.e… CONTINUE READING
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