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Finite Horizon H with Parameter Variations

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Part of the Systems Control: Foundations & Applications book series (SCFA)

Abstract

In this chapter we consider the finite horizon H performance robustness problem with parameter variations. Assuming the adequacy of linear expressions for performance variation, an iterative procedure is given to synthesize a suboptimal H controller, which yields the required performance even under parameter variations. As a by-product, an expression for the variation of performance due to parameter variations is given for this specific controller by making use of variational theory. An example which illustrates the methodology is worked out under parameter uncertainties.

Keywords

Parameter Variation System Matrice Output Feedback Linear Expression Finite Horizon 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Flight Dynamics and Control Branch Air Vehicle & Crew Systems Technoly Dept.Naval Warfare Center Aircraft DivisionWarminsterUSA

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