Resilient PI and PD controllers for a class of unstable MIMO plants with I/O delays
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Recently (Gündeş et al., 2006) obtained stabilizing PID controllers for a class of MIMO unstable plants with time delays in the input and output channels (I/O delays). Using this approach, for plants with one unstable pole, we investigate resilient PI and PD controllers. Specifically, for PD controllers, optimal derivative action gain is determined to maximize a lower bound of the largest allowable controller gain. For PI controllers, optimal proportional gain is determined to maximize a lower bound of the largest allowable integral action gain. Copyright © 2006 IFAC.
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