On the computation of the optimal constant output feedback gains for large-scale linear time-invariant systems subjected to control structure constraints
The design of time-invariant L-Q infinite time regulators with a prespecified feedback control structure is treated as a parameter optimization problem. Based on the procedures for computation of the quadratic criterion, its gradient vector and Hessian Matrix, the computational performances of a special purpose Quasi-Newton algorithm and other known general purpose optimization methods are compared.
KeywordsHessian Matrix Gradient Vector Steep Descent Method Feedback Channel Parameter Optimization Problem
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