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Optimal control of linear systems with incomplete measurements using an Nth order observer

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2 Author(s)
Bailey, R.A. ; University of California, Livermore, California ; Schmitendorf, W.E.

The optimal control of linear systems where measurement of all the state variables is not possible is investigated from the viewpoint of observer theory. Observers whose dynamic order equals the dimension of the plant state vector are examined and necessary conditions for the optimal observer dynamics and control feedback gains are derived.

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Decision and Control including the 13th Symposium on Adaptive Processes, 1974 IEEE Conference on

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20-22 Nov. 1974