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Fractional representation theory: Robustness results with applications to finite dimensional control of a class of linear distributed systems

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3 Author(s)
Nett, C.N. ; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York ; Jacobson, C.A. ; Balas, M.J.

This paper reviews and extends fractional representation theory. In particular, new and powerful robustness results are presented. This new theory is utilized to develop a preliminary design methodology for finite dimensional control of a class of linear evolution equations on a Banach space. We design for stability in an input-output sense but pay particular attention to internal stability as well.

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Decision and Control, 1983. The 22nd IEEE Conference on

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- Dec. 1983