Design of Observer-based Compensators facilitates and adds transparency to design in the frequency domain which is not as well-established among control engineers as time domain design. The presentation of the design procedures starts with a review of the time domain results; therefore, the book also provides quick access to state space methods for control system design.
Frequency domain design of observer-based compensators of all orders is covered. The design of decoupling and disturbance rejecting controllers is presented, and solutions are given to the linear quadratic and the model matching problems. The pole assignment design is facilitated by a new parametric approach in the frequency domain. Anti-windup control is also investigated in the framework of the polynomial approach. The discrete-time results for disturbance rejection and linear quadratic control are also presented.
The book contains worked examples that can easily be reproduced by the reader, and the results are illustrated by simulations.
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Number of pages: 285
Weight: 462 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 15 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2009
From the reviews:"This book uses polynomial matrices to develop a frequency-domain approach for the design of observer-based compensators. ... The work is generally self-contained and easy to read ... . Each chapter starts with an introduction which presents its topic, history and content. A significant number of worked-out examples illustrate the concepts and algorithms provided. Many results have been obtained by the authors in a series of papers indicated in the references. ... presents a selection of the most important and useful works in the field." (Valeriu Prepelita, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2011 e)
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