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Output feedback disturbance decoupling in nonlinear systems

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2 Author(s)
Andiarti, R. ; Lab. Autom. de Nantes, France ; Moog, C.H.

The problem of disturbance decoupling by means of output feedback is addressed. The notion of conditioned invariance is reconsidered in a linear algebraic framework. Using this geometric notion, a necessary and sufficient condition (respectively, necessary condition) is obtained for solving the disturbance decoupling problem by quasi-static output feedback (respectively, the disturbance decoupling problem by dynamic output feedback (DDDPO)). The necessary conditions for DDDPO which are derived are weaker than the existing ones, a sufficient condition for the disturbance decoupling problem by static output feedback is given as well

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Automatic Control, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:41 ,  Issue: 11 )