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Discrete-time linear-quadratic optimal tracking problem using future desired output values

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The use of several known future values of desired output can considerably reduce the tracking error. The problem is reduced to a standard regulator problem. The linear time-invariant control law fits well high-speed and/or high-accuracy anticipatory tracking systems with computer (microprocessor) control.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 11 )