Discrete-time LQ optimal repetitive control
Proceedings of the American Control Conference, IEEE 1999
3287 - 3291
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LQ optimal repetitive control is developed in single-input single-output discrete-time signal/system framework. For a given plant and a stabilizing controller, the LQ optimal repetitive control system can be obtained by the addition of a plug-in unit to the existing control system. The overall behaviour (stochastic behaviour, stability robustness etc.) of the new system can be improved by the appropriate choice/tuning of the design parameters.
KeywordsControl system analysis
Control system synthesis
Discrete time control systems
Robustness (control systems)
Linear quadratic (LQ) optimal repetitive control
Optimal control systems
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://doi.org/10.1109/ACC.1999.782373
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