Decentralized stabilization: characterization of all solutions and genericity aspects
Ünyelioğlu, Konur Alp
Özgüler, Arif Bülent
International Journal of Control
Taylor & Francis
1381 - 1403
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Electrical and The decentralized stabilization problem of multivariable finite-dimensional systems is considered in a fractional set-up. A new synthesis procedure for decentralized stabilizing compensators is proposed. The class of all admissible local compensators that can be applied to a specified channel as an element of a decentralized compensator is identified. The conditions under which the class of admissible local compensators is generic are investigated. The problem of making a multi-channel system stabilizable and detectable from a single channel applying decentralized feedback around the other channels has been shown to be generically solvable for a given set of dynamic compensators if and only if the plant is strongly connected.
KeywordsCommunication channels (information theory)
Control system synthesis
Linear control systems
Multivariable control systems
Decentralized stabilization problem (DSP)
Finite dimensional systems
Multi channel system
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00207179208934290
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