reduced-order controller

reduced-order controller

[ri′düst ¦ȯr·dər kən′trōl·ər]
(control systems)
A control algorithm in which certain modes of the structure to be controlled are ignored, to enable control commands to be computed with sufficient rapidity.
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Hence, it is necessary to build a reduced-order controller to reduce calculation workload and decrease time-delay [7].
Finally, the design of the reduced-order controller with GCC algorithm for high-rise buildings is performed to compensate its long time-delay.
The Design Method of Reduced-Order Controller with GCC Algorithm
Reduced-Order Controller Design by Improved BT Method.
Although the reduced-order controller design method in Section 2.1 can reduce the adverse effects of time-delay of control force calculation, the time-delay of the control system also includes other aspects.
The reduced-order controller can be designed by Simulink toolbox in MATLAB.
The necessity of the reduced-order controller by improved BT method is verified by a numerical example of the above ten-storey frame.
It is proved that the reduced-order controller can not only guarantee the performance of the control system (from Table 3), but also effectively reduce the control force calculation time.
Performance Analysis of the Reduced-Order Controller with GCC Algorithm.
In one of the papers, a new reduced-order controller based on the improved Balanced Truncation (BT) method is designed to reduce the calculation time and to retain the abandoned high-order modal information.
O., "Control Systems Design, Designing Reduced-order Controllers", Asakura Publishing Co.
During the past four decades, a significant attention has been paid to the construction of reduced-order observers and stabilization using reduced-order controllers for linear control systems [1-7].
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