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Australian Control Conference (AUCC), 2011

Date 10-11 Nov. 2011

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  • [CD welcome]

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  • Session list

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  • Table of contents

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  • Author index

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  • Detailed author index

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  • Welcome from the AUCC general chair

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  • Welcome from the institution of engineers Australia National Committee On Automation, Control and Instrumentation (NCACI)

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  • Committee

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  • AUCC 2011 technical Program Committee

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  • Invitation to the second Australian control conference

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  • Negative imaginary systems theory in the robust control of highly resonant flexible structures

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    Summary form only given. This session contains papers from different areas in ASIC design that focus on design for testability issues. The session starts with an invited paper by Christopher A. Ryan, Texas Instruments, presenting an embedded core test strategy and built-in self-test for systems on a chip. With the increasing number of embedded cores on a single chip the problems to make each core ... View full abstract»

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  • Challenges for information enabled automation systems

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    Summary form only given. Data mining and machine learning are becoming critical tools in the game industry. This talk will cover a variety of techniques used to help developers at Blizzard Entertainment understand how people are playing games. In addition, there will also be a review of new and interesting techniques being used by fans and other game companies to understand and improve games. This... View full abstract»

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  • ACA Wook Hyun Kwon Education Award

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  • AUCC 2011 Best Student Paper Award

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  • AUCC 2011 sponsors

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  • Negative imaginary systems theory in the robust control of highly resonant flexible structures

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    This paper covers recent developments in the theory of negative imaginary systems and their application to the control of highly resonant flexible structures. The theory of negative imaginary systems arose out of a desire to unify a number of classical methods for the control of lightly damped structures with collocated force actuators and position sensors including positive position feedback and ... View full abstract»

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  • Challenges for information enabled automation systems

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    Control systems have been consistently evolving over time, with advances in processing capability in devices and controllers, as well as evolution of network capability. Process control systems are converging into a common model of integrated systems. The ability to easily integrate equipment control into higher-level end to end representations is becoming an imperative for manufacturing companies... View full abstract»

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  • Relative entropy rate based design for linear hybrid system models

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    Hybrid system representations have been applied to many challenging modelling situations. In these hybrid system representations, a mixture of continuous and discrete states is used to capture the dominating behavioural features of a nonlinear, possible uncertain, model under approximation. Unfortunately, the problem of how to best design a suitable hybrid system model has not yet been fully addre... View full abstract»

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  • Componentwise bounds and invariant sets for switched systems with nonlinear delayed-state-dependent perturbations

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    We present a novel method to compute componentwise transient bounds, componentwise ultimate bounds, and invariant regions for switched continuous-time linear systems with perturbation bounds that may depend nonlinearly on a delayed state. The main advantage of the method is its componentwise nature, i.e. the fact that it allows each component of the perturbation vector to have an independent bound... View full abstract»

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  • Improving the scan rate and image quality in tapping Mode Atomic Force Microscopy with piezoelectric shunt control

    Publication Year: 2011 , Page(s): 26 - 31
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    The scan rate of tapping mode Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), when scanning in air, may be improved by reducing the quality (Q) factor of the micro-cantilever. Passive piezoelectric shunt control is implemented in the AFM by placing an electrical impedance in series with the cantilever tip oscillation circuit. This method is used to reduce the Q factor of a piezoelectric self actuating AFM micro-ca... View full abstract»

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  • Manoeuvring control of fully-actuated marine vehicles. A Port-Hamiltonian system approach to tracking

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    This paper presents a novel control strategy for trajectory tracking of marine vehicles manoeuvring at low speed. The model of the marine vehicle is formulated as a Port-Hamiltonian system, and the tracking controller is designed using energy shaping and damping assignment. The controller guarantees global asymptotic stability and includes integral action for output variables with relative degree ... View full abstract»

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  • Non-local stability of a multi-variable extremum-seeking scheme

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    This paper considers non-local stability of a simple extremum-seeking (ES) scheme acting on a multiple-input single-output (MISO) plant. The scheme acts to approximately minimise the plant output, utilising a vector of periodic dithers to locally explore a map of the steady-state plant response. In a similar fashion to a previous result for single-input single-output (SISO) plants, semi-global pra... View full abstract»

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  • Controlling rectangular formations

    Publication Year: 2011 , Page(s): 44 - 49
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    We consider formation shape control of four point agents in the plane. Control laws based on specified interagent distances are used. For a complete graph, specification of all interagent distances determines the formation shape uniquely. Krick, Broucke and Francis showed that for a standard control law, there may exist equilibrium formations with incorrect interagent distances. This paper studies... View full abstract»

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