Systematic Gain-scheduling Control Design : a Missile Autopilot Example

@inproceedings{Wu2002SystematicGC,
  title={Systematic Gain-scheduling Control Design : a Missile Autopilot Example},
  author={Fen Wu and Andy Packard and Gary J. Balas},
  year={2002}
}
The missile autopilot was designed using linear parameter-varying (LPV) control techniques. The controller provides exponential stability guarantee and performance bound in terms of induced L2 norm for the missile plant. The systematic gain-scheduling approach is motivated by the recent development in LPV control theory and provides a well founded and systematic procedure for high performance missile autopilot design problem. 
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