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Control strategy for Boolean input systems

Holderbaum, W. (2002) Control strategy for Boolean input systems. In: IEEE American Control Conference 2002, 14-16 Jun 2002, Minneapolis, USA, pp. 1260-1265.

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The purpose of this paper is to design a control law for continuous systems with Boolean inputs allowing the output to track a desired trajectory. Such systems are controlled by items of commutation. This type of systems, with Boolean inputs, has found increasing use in the electric industry. Power supplies include such systems and a power converter represents one of theses systems. For instance, in power electronics the control variable is the switching OFF and ON of components such as thyristors or transistors. In this paper, a method is proposed for the designing of a control law in state space for such systems. This approach is implemented in simulation for the control of an electronic circuit.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:19006
Uncontrolled Keywords:Boolean input systems, commutation, continuous systems, convergence, linear system, power electronic, stability, state space, switching, thyristors
Additional Information:Proceedings ISBN: 0780372980

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