Analysis of Implicit Uncertain Systems. Part 2: Constant Matrix Problems and Application to Robust H2 Analysis
CALIFORNIA INST OF TECH PASADENA CONTROL AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
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This paper introduces an implicit framework for the analysis of uncertain systems of which the general properties were described in Part 1. In Part 2 the theory is specialized to problems which admit a finite dimensional formulation. A constant matrix version of implicit analysis is presented, leading to a generalization of the structured singular value microns as the stability measure upper bounds are developed and analyzed in detail. An application of this framework results in a practical method for robust H2 analysis computing robust performance in the presence of norm-bounded perturbations and white- noise disturbances.
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