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Design of multivariable digital control systems using the sequential return difference method

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2 Author(s)
Daly, K.C. ; Imperial College, Department of Computing & Control, London, UK ; Chuang, S.C.

The sequential return difference method is applied to the design of a digital controller for a multivariable digital system. Although the open loop system is unstable, it is shown that a controller which provides good transient behaviour and low interaction may be designed by the appropriate sequence of single-loop, digital, root-locus designs.

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Electrical Engineers, Proceedings of the Institution of  (Volume:123 ,  Issue: 1 )