Reliable decentralised control of delayed MIMO plants
Gündeş, A. N.
International Journal of Control
Taylor & Francis
516 - 526
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Reliable decentralised proportional-integral-derivative controller synthesis methods are presented for closed-loop stabilisation of linear time-invariant plants with two multi-input, multi-output (MIMO) channels subject to time delays. The finite-dimensional part of plants in the classes considered here are either stable or they have at most two poles in the unstable region. Closed-loop stability is maintained with only one of the two controllers when the other controller is turned off and taken out of service.
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