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Off Line Reference Shaping for Systems with State and Control Constraints

  • Toshiharu Sugie
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Abstract

This paper shows a method to shape the given reference signals for closed loop systems so as not to violate the input and state constraints of the plants. In particular, improvement of the output response is taken into account explicitly subject to the given constraints, and the method is computationally efficient because of LMI formulae. The effectiveness of the proposed method is evaluated by simulation and experiment.

Keywords

constrained systems saturation servo systems LMI optimization 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Toshiharu Sugie
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  1. 1.Department of Systems ScienceKyoto UniversityUji,KyotoJapan

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