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Adaptive deadbeat control of stochastic systems

Warwick, K. (1986) Adaptive deadbeat control of stochastic systems. International Journal of Control, 44 (3). pp. 651-663. ISSN 0020-7179

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This paper considers the use of a discrete-time deadbeat control action on systems affected by noise. Variations on the standard controller form are discussed and comparisons are made with controllers in which noise rejection is a higher priority objective. Both load and random disturbances are considered in the system description, although the aim of the deadbeat design remains as a tailoring of reference input variations. Finally, the use of such a deadbeat action within a self-tuning control framework is shown to satisfy, under certain conditions, the self-tuning property, generally though only when an extended form of least-squares estimation is incorporated.

Item Type:Article
ID Code:17823
Publisher:Taylor & Francis

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