In recent years many papers have been published abouth the gamma-operator, mostly caused by the better numerical properties and the rapprochement between continuous and discrete time. A major problem within the LQG-design of a delta-based input-output relation has been how to spectral-factorize in an efficient way. The discrete-time method of Kuccera will not be applied since numerical word-length characteristics will be poor for fast sampling rates. In this paper a new approach is considered. A new gamma-operator (Tustin operator) is introduced, in order to make an iterative and numerical stable solution to the spectral factorization problem. The key idea is to use the gamma-operator resembled by its behavior to the differential operator.
|Journal||Systems and Control Letters|
|Publication status||Published - 1994|
- Tustin operator
- Spectral factorization
- LQD design
- Adaptive control