Direct Adaptive Model Reference Control
Adaptive model reference control applied to linear time invariant systems is one of the mainstream developments in the adaptive control literature. It concerns the imposition of a completely new input-output behavior on the plant: both zeros and poles of the plant’s transfer function are to be changed. In this chapter we discuss this problem focusing on a single algorithm that achieves the desired objective. We treat the so called ideal case, in which the plant to be controlled can be represented by a member of the model class, for which the algorithm is designed. In Chapter 8 we discuss results when this assumption is violated.
KeywordsModel Reference Adaptive System Adaptive Controller Disturbance Rejection Monic Polynomial
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