A singular value sensitivity approach to robust eigenstructure assignment

Per Søgaard-Andersen, Erik Trostmann, Finn Conrad

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    A design technique for improving the feedback properties of multivariable state feedback systems designed using eigenstructure assignment is presented. Based on a singular value analysis of the feedback properties a design parameter adjustment procedure is outlined. This procedure allows for the preservation of important properties of the initial design, by selecting only a subset of the design parameters for adjustment. The computational requirements are modest and straight-forward to implement with standard software. An example illustrating the method is included.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication25th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
    Publication date1986
    Publication statusPublished - 1986
    Event25th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control - Athens, Greece
    Duration: 10 Dec 198612 Dec 1986
    Conference number: 25


    Conference25th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control

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