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Asymptotically H^2 -Optimal Tuning of Low Gain Robust Controllers for DPS

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2 Author(s)
Hamalainen, T. ; Dept. of Math., Tampere Univ. of Technol. ; Pohjolainen, S.

It is well known that a low-gain controller of the form Cepsiv(s)=sigmak=-n nepsivKk /(s-iomegak) is able to track and reject constants and finite linear combinations of sinusoidal reference and disturbance signals with known frequencies omegak. In this note, we investigate the optimal tuning of the matrix gains Kk of the controller Cepsiv(s) as the positive scalar gain epsivrarr0+ for exponentially stable plants with transfer function PisinHinfin. The cost function is taken to be the H2-norm of the error between the reference signal and the measured output signal. It is shown that as epsivrarr0+ the cost function decomposes into a sum of simpler cost functions, each depending only on Kk and P(iomegak). Using this decomposition closed form solutions for the subproblems are found in certain special cases, and upper and lower bounds are given in the general case. No plant model is necessary since only the values P(iomegak) are needed, and it is shown that these can be measured from the open-loop plant with suitable input-output experiments

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Automatic Control, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:51 ,  Issue: 10 )