Progress in Adaptive Control of Flexible Spacecraft Using Lattice Filters
This paper reviews the use of the least square lattice filter in adaptive control systems. Lattice filters have been used primarily in speech and signal processing, but they have utility in adaptive control because of their order-recursive nature. They are especially useful in dealing with structural dynamics systems wherein the order of a controller required to damp a vibration is variable depending on the number of modes significantly excited. Applications are presented for adaptive control of a flexible beam. Also, difficulties in the practical implementation of the lattice filter in adaptive control are discussed.
KeywordsMode Shape Adaptive Control Less Mean Square Natural Mode Flexible Beam
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