Model Based Anticontrol of Discrete-Time Systems
Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
1895 - 1896
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We will consider a model-based approach for the anticontrol of some discrete-time systems. We first assume the existence of a chaotic model in an appropriate form. Then by using an appropriate control input we try to match the controlled system with the chaotic system model.
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