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This set of lectures reviews modeling of uncertainty and the use of frequency domain techniques for verifying robust stability and performance of control systems.  We begin by exploring how observer-based control systems can lead to non-robust behavior in the closed loop and then discuss how to modify the designs to achieve robust performance. __NOTOC__
This set of lectures reviews modeling of uncertainty and the use of frequency domain techniques for verifying robust stability and performance of control systems.  We begin by exploring how observer-based control systems can lead to non-robust behavior in the closed loop and then discuss how to modify the designs to achieve robust performance. __NOTOC__
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===== Monday =====
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<li>Unmodeled dynamics</li>
<li>Stability and the small gain theorem</li>
<li>Examples: observer-based control design</li>
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===== Wednesday =====
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<li>Robust performance</li>
<li>Design for robust performance</li>
<li>H infinity control design</li>
</ol>
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Revision as of 03:35, 2 March 2008

CDS 110b Schedule Project Course Text

This set of lectures reviews modeling of uncertainty and the use of frequency domain techniques for verifying robust stability and performance of control systems. We begin by exploring how observer-based control systems can lead to non-robust behavior in the closed loop and then discuss how to modify the designs to achieve robust performance.

Monday
  1. Unmodeled dynamics
  2. Stability and the small gain theorem
  3. Examples: observer-based control design
Wednesday
  1. Robust performance
  2. Design for robust performance
  3. H infinity control design
  • Lecture notes

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