Robust Design of Multivariable Control: An Interval Arithmetic Approach
Final rept. Aug 1988-Sep 1990
WRIGHT STATE UNIV DAYTON OH DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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An important aspect of analysis and design of control laws for a dynamic system is the robustness of the control laws to uncertainties in the model parameters. Interval arithmetic is used to model dynamic systems whose parameters are not known exactly, but are known to lie within an interval. Analysis techniques for interval systems are developed, and include the solution of ordinary differential equations with interval coefficients and interval initial conditions, and the solution of linear interval equations. Feedback stabilization of interval systems by state feedback using interval Routh Hurwitz arrays is developed.
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