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control theory

A science that deals with monitoring and controlling processes. The three categories are adaptive control, predictive control, PID and model-based control. See PID.
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In the design of the LQG controller, the state estimator is designed first, then the estimated state is used as if the states were accurately quantifiable for the LQR state feedback controller design.
Optimal decentralized dynamic output feedback controller has been designed with/without the proposed decomposition strategy and applied for three-motor web winding system.
These reconfiguration parameters drive the PLR to a minimum value and hence QoS back to maximum value by the feedback controller shown in Fig.
In the view of the aforementioned analysis, in this paper, we aim to investigate the co-design strategy of the event-triggered scheme and dynamic output feedback controller. An adaptive event-triggered mechanism is presented to reduce the information transmission.
For one AHU unit system design feedback linearization technique has been applied [27]; the control of the cross-water heat exchanger [28] and feedback controller achieves global input-output linearization of greenhouse environments [29].
The basic idea for this method comprises the use of an extended observer coupled with a feedback controller in the closed-loop control.
Using Theorem 2, the error system feedback controller gains can be calculated as follows:
The performance of the proposed adaptive output feedback controller is evaluated by numerical simulations when applied to the lateral dynamic model of a guided spinning rocket.
In the target electric system, the alternator is controlled by a negative feedback controller using SOC value as a reference input.
The linear feedback controller of the system is W = G ([y.sub.1] - [y.sub.2]).