Reliable Decentralized Stabilization of Feedforward and Feedback Interconnected Systems
Bülent Özgüler, A.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
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Synthesis of decentralized controllers that are reliable in the presence of breakdowns in the interconnections are considered for plants obtained via feedforward and feedback type interconnection schemes. The main objective is to determine the precise conditions on the plant which assure such reliable synthesis. It is shown that the central property for reliable decentralized stabilization is always an appropriate parity interlacing property among the poles of the interconnection subplants and certain blocking zeros of the overall plant. The conditions under which the stabilization of a two-channel plant is affected by the stabilization of its diagonal subplants are also obtained. The results also find application in multiple controller reliable synthesis problems. The discussion is restricted to two-channel plants. © 1992 IEEE
KeywordsMathematical Techniques - Poles and Zeros
Feedback Interconnected Systems
Feedforward Interconnected Systems
Systems Science and Cybernetics
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/9.151093
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