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Hinf and H2 Control and Prediction of Dead-Time Systems

Author(s):

F.J. Christophersen
Conference/Journal:

University of Twente, The Netherlands, Institute of System Dynamics and Control Engineering (ISR), University of Stuttgart
Department for Systems, Signals and Control
Abstract:

Dead-time control systems considered in this paper are comprising a generalized finite-dimensional plant and a time delay in the measurement signal. In this work a general Hinf and H2 state-space solution for this class of control problems is presented, proved, and implemented in Matlab. Several test examples are solved in order to show the capability of these algorithms. Subsequently a prediction problem for the vertical movement of a ship on the open sea is presented. It is shown that the prediction problem can be rewritten into an Hinf and H2 dead-time control problem and furthermore into an Hinf and H2 dead-time filtering problem which is solved with the above mentioned algorithms. Simulated tests show that the computed Hinf and H2 predictors are consistent with the theory.

Year:

2002
Type of Publication:

(12)Diploma/Master Thesis
Supervisor:

M. Zeitz

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@PhdThesis{Chr:DA:02,
  author        = {F. J. Christophersen},
  title	        = {$\mathcal{H}_\infty$ and $\mathcal{H}_2$ Control and 
                   Prediction of Dead-Time Systems},
  school        = {University of Twente, The Netherlands},
  year	        = {2002},
  type	        = {Diploma Thesis},
  month	        = mar,
}
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