The Voltage Regulation of Boost Converters Using Dual Heuristic Programming

@article{Saadatmand2020TheVR,
  title={The Voltage Regulation of Boost Converters Using Dual Heuristic Programming},
  author={Sepehr Saadatmand and Mohammadamir Kavousi and Sima Azizi},
  journal={2020 10th Annual Computing and Communication Workshop and Conference (CCWC)},
  year={2020},
  pages={0531-0536}
}
In this paper, a dual heuristic programming controller is proposed to control a boost converter. Conventional controllers such as proportional-integral-derivative (PID) or proportional-integral (PI) are designed based on the linearized small-signal model near the operating point. Therefore, the performance of the controller during start-up, load change, or input voltage variation is not optimal since the system model changes by varying the operating point. The dual heuristic programming… 

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