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Title: UNIFIED APPROXIMATE TRACKING CONTROL OF LINEAR SYSTEMS WITH UNACCEPTABLE ZEROS
Authors: Mohammed , S,
Al-Numay, NM,
Adamali , Shah.
Keywords: Non-minimum-phase systems, output redefinition, tracking control, boost converter.
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: Journal of King Saud University, Vol. 19, Engineering Sciences (2)
Abstract: This paper addresses the problem of modeling and control of linear continuous-time systems with unacceptable zeros in a sense that they are on the right-half plane of the S-domain (non-minimum-phase) or cause the controller to have undesired behavior. The method of output redefinition will result in approximate output tracking yet insuring stable internal dynamics of the system. Three different types of output redefinition are presented and shown to satisfy different forms of control objectives through a simulation example of small-signal model of boost converter.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12905
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