The Optimal Projection Equations for Fixed-Order Dynamic Compensation

  title={The Optimal Projection Equations for Fixed-Order Dynamic Compensation},
  author={C. MARTIN ANDERS LINDQUIST and C... and Dennis and Bernstein},
  • C. MARTIN ANDERS LINDQUIST, C..., +1 author Bernstein
  • Published 2001
First-order necessary conditions for quadratically optimal, steady-state, fixed-order dynamic compensation of a linear, time-invariant plant in the presence of disturbance and observation noise are derived in a new and highly simplified form. In contrast to the pair of matrix Riccati equations for the full-order LQG case, the optimal steady-state fixed-order dynamic compensator is characterized by four matrix equations (two modified Riccati equations and two modified Lyapunov equations) coupled… CONTINUE READING
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