Robust Hybrid Time and Time Varying System Design.
Final rept. 30 Jan 92-1 Nov 95,
NORTHEASTERN UNIV BOSTON MA DEPT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
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This final report summarizes a three year project in the area of robust H to infinity control, based mostly on the time domain game theoretic approach, previously developed by the author. Areas covered included 1 A framework for sampled data control, including optimization of sample and hold components 2 lnvestigatirg fundamental ties between the time and the frequency domain Hardy space approaches, including control based proofs and variants of the Nehari and Beurling Lax theorems, factorization techniques, dichotomy, etc. 3 Robust identification and control of periodic and closed to periodic systems 4 Computationally feasible Robust control of delay systems 5 Robust system identification 6 H to infinity based design for frequency varied passivity and 7 Nliscl. The research resulted both in novel design methods for robust control and in solidifying the theoretical basis of this methodology.
- Statistics and Probability