Dynamic Partial State Feedback
The controllers we have designed thus far have been static (memoryless) and have employed state feedback either perfect or corrupted by additive measurement disturbances. Potential advantages of dynamic over static feedback have been explored in the nonlinear control literature, and several paradigms for dynamic feedback design have been introduced. Among them, paradigms for dynamic feedback linearization and disturbance decoupling [60, 111] are being developed elsewhere and will not be pursued here.
KeywordsController Design Inverse Dynamic Symmetric Positive Definite Matrix Tracking Output Tuning Function
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