Theoretical Foundation of Finite Frequency Control
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Finite frequency control strategy has been proven to be an important method for modern control system. Combined with the particular frequency characteristics of the plant, many control specifications in the full frequency domain can be simplified into finite frequency ones. Commonly used tools in the frequency division are the weighting function and general Kalman-Yakubovich-Popov (GKYP) Lemma. In this chapter, some background information and useful lemmas in the field of finite frequency control have been investigated in detail.
KeywordsWeighting Function Frequency Division Finite Frequency Modern Control System Integral Quadratic Constraint
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