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Title: Sub-optimal Output Feedback Control of Decentralized Singularly-perturbed Systems
Authors: Yao, Kai-chao
Contributors: 工業教育與技術學系
Keywords: Sub-optimal output;Feedback control;Singularly-perturbed system;Feedback ouput;Communication network
Date: 2003-03
Issue Date: 2012-08-07T01:16:07Z
Publisher: 清雲技術學院;中華民國自動控制學會;教育部
Abstract: Sub-optimal output feedback control technique is developed to deal with large-scale singularly-perturbed systems. Computer control, decentralized output feedback control, and order-reduced control are three primary goals for this control scheme. The analog to digital transformation technique is used to convert continuous-time state models to discrete-time domain for digital control use. The reason to transfer the model into discrete-time system is to make the controllers can be implemented by computer and be able to deal with today's complicated large scale system. Singular perturbation methods are applied to reduce the order of the system. After order reduction, it will help us to analysis the system; reduce the manufacturing process and cost. The developed control techniques will be suitable for large-scale and high-dimension systems that the state variables are not available for measurement with strong potential for practical applications, such as power distribution and communication networks.
Relation: 2003中華民國自動控制研討會暨生物機電系統控制與應用研討會, 清雲技術學院, 2003年3月13-14日: 1590 -1593
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