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Fractional-order control: Theory and applications in motion control [Past and present]

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The concept of fractional-order control (FOC) means controlled systems and/or controllers are described by fractional-order differential equations. Expanding derivatives and integrals to fractional orders is by no means new and actually has a firm and long-standing theoretical foundation. The paper discusses the three main advantages for introducing fractional-order calculus to control control engineering.

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IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 4 )