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On the design of time-varying, linear closed loop systems with the aid of a new transform technique

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2 Author(s)
Naylor, A. ; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA ; Waltz, F.M.

Methods for employing a new transform technique for the design of feedback control systems for linear, time-varying, discrete-time systems are presented. Assuming that the operation of a plant can be characterized by anNtimesNmatrixP, the transform technique, is based on the decomposition ofPin the formP = (Y Delta f)LambdaX^{T}, where XTis anNtimesNmatrix which acts as a direct transform, Λ is anNtimesNdiagonal matrix which acts as a transfer function, and (Y Delta f) is anNtimesNmatrix which acts as an inverse transform. System matricesGandH, for the cascade and feedback parts of a compensation system, are selected through a consideration of the desired closed loop system response and the desired closed loop system sensitivity to changes in plant parameters. It is shown that the transform technique allows this design to be carried out with relatively straightforward calculations which yield insight into system behavior at each stage. Use of this design procedure is illustrated with a significant example

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Automatic Control, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Oct 1966

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