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Optimal Decoupling Control
A new approach to optimal decoupling for multi-input multi-output (MIMO), linear, time-invariant control systems, is presented. This general optimal decoupling method is based on the minimization of componentwise performance ...
The Set-Valued Run-to-Run Controller in Semiconductor Manufacturing Processes
In semiconductor manufacturing, run-to-run (RtR) control is paid moreand more attention. In this paper a set-valuedRtR control scheme is introduced. Different from conventional RtR controlmethods, the set-valued method ...
Mixed H2 /H∞ Optimization: A BMI Solution
The mixed H2 /H∞ problem arises as one means to achieve robust good performance for a controlled linear time-invariant system. The idea is to achieve H2 optimal performance subject to an H∞ bound as robustness. It has been ...
Generalized Inverses for Finite-Horizon Tracking
Control and communication issues aretraditionally "decoupled" in discussions of decision and controlproblems, as this simplifies the analysis and generally works well forclassical models. This fundamental assumption deserves ...
Stabilization of LTI Systems with Communication Constraints
This work is directed towards exploring interactions ofcommunication and control in systems with communication constraints.Examples of such systems include groups of autonomousvehicles, MEMS arrays and systems whose sensors ...
Globally Convergent Algorithms for Robust Pole Assignment by State Feedback
It is observed that an algorithm proposed in 1985 by Kautsky, Nichols and Van Dooren (KNV) amounts to maximize, at each iteration, the determinant of the candidate closed-loop eigenvector matrix X with respect to one of ...