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|Title:||Design for general H∞ almost disturbance decoupling problem with measurement feedback and internal stability - An eigenstructure assignment approach|
|Authors:||Chen, B.M. |
|Citation:||Chen, B.M.,Lin, Z.,Hang, C.C. (1998). Design for general H∞ almost disturbance decoupling problem with measurement feedback and internal stability - An eigenstructure assignment approach. International Journal of Control 71 (4) : 653-685. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Feedback controllers, explicitly parameterized in a single parameter ε, are constructed to solve the well-known H∞ almost disturbance decoupling problem with measurement feedback and with internal stability (H∞-ADDPMS) for continuous-time linear systems. The construction of these feedback laws utilizes eigenstructure assignment algorithms and does not involve the solution of any parameterized algebraic Riccati equations. As a result, the coefficients of the feedback laws are explicitly given as polynomial matrices in ε. The results generalize the earlier work of Ozcetin et al. by allowing the system to have invariant zeros on the imaginary axis. Such a generalization is motivated by the recent development of low-gain feedback design technique.|
|Source Title:||International Journal of Control|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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