Adaptive control strategies for industrial use: proceedings by Sirish L. Shah, G. Dumont

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E. Salgado (1988). Uncertainty, Information and Estimation, Techrttcct~ Report EE8855, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Newcastle, Australia. L. Payne (1977). Dynamic System Identification, Academic Press, New York. , P. Ramadge and P. Caines. (1980). DiscreLe-time multi- variable adaptive control. 449-456. E. Salgado (1988). A new approach to time-series analysis using restricted complexity model. Technical Report, University of Newcastle, NSW. M. (1963).

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C. 2. The uncertainty region is shown around the frcqucncy response of an estimated modcl. ~e see again that the error is zero for o=~0 as discussed above. 4. s: oo 6. 00, Frequency response with uncertainty bound for example 2. 6. Qo PRRT approach to INTEGRATEDCgNTROb estimation outlined above, then we see that the estimator supplies information consistent with that rcquired f o r robust control system design. Thus an adaptive c o n t r o l l e r can be constructed whose performance is at l e a s t as good as a fixed robust design, hll that is necessary is for the information supplied by the estimator to be compared with the information available a - p r i o r i and to base the design on the most informative description.

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