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Self-tuning property of state-space self tuners

Warwick, K. (1982) Self-tuning property of state-space self tuners. IEE Proceedings D: Control Theory and Applications, 129 (3). p. 96. ISSN 0143-7054

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The basic assumption from implicit self-tuning theory is that, for self tuning to occur, the control input obtained from the estimated system model converges to the value whic would be obtained if the system parameters were known. As as direct result of this, only certain control strategies are acceptable. Here a general rule for the self-tuning property of pole-placement self tuners is obtained, and previous strategies are shown to be special cases of this.

Item Type:Article
ID Code:21736
Uncontrolled Keywords:control strategies, pole-placement, self-tuning property, state-space self tuners
Additional Information:The DOI for this item is 10.1049/ip-d:19820018. This will not work as a link, but could be entered into a search engine.

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