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|Title:||On the problem of general structural assignments of linear systems through sensor/actuator selection|
|Source:||Liu, X.,Chen, B.M.,Lin, Z. (2003-02). On the problem of general structural assignments of linear systems through sensor/actuator selection. Automatica 39 (2) : 233-241. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0005-1098(02)00167-X|
|Abstract:||A systematic method is developed for determining an output matrix C for a given matrix pair (A,B) such that the resulting linear system characterized by the matrix triple (A,B,C) has the pre-specified system structural properties, such as the finite and infinite zero structure and the invertibility structures. Since the matrix C describes the locations of the sensors, the procedure of choosing C is often referred to as sensor selection. The method developed in this paper for sensor selection can be applied to the dual problem of actuator selection, where, for a given matrix pair (A,C), a matrix B is to be determined such that the resulting matrix triple (A,B,C) has the pre-specified structural properties. © 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.|
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