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AUTOMATICA
2006
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Least costly identification experiment for control
All approaches to optimal experiment design for control have so far focused on deriving an input signal (or input signal spectrum) that minimizes some control-oriented measure of ...
Xavier Bombois, Gérard Scorletti, Michel Ge...
AUTOMATICA
2006
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A speed-sensorless indirect field-oriented control for induction motors based on high gain speed estimation
The authors design a new speed sensorless output feedback control for the full-order model of induction motors with unknown constant load torque, which guarantees local asymptotic...
Marcello Montanari, Sergei Peresada, Andrea Tilli
AUTOMATICA
2006
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Modeling continuous-time processes via input-to-state filters
A direct algorithm to estimate continuous-time ARMA (CARMA) models is proposed in this paper. In this approach, we first pass the observed data through an input-to-state filter an...
Kaushik Mahata, Minyue Fu
AUTOMATICA
2006
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Solutions to hybrid inclusions via set and graphical convergence with stability theory applications
Motivated by questions in stability theory for hybrid dynamical systems, we establish some fundamental properties of the set of solutions to such systems. Using the notion of a hy...
Rafal Goebel, Andrew R. Teel
AUTOMATICA
2006
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Simulation-based optimization of process control policies for inventory management in supply chains
A simulation-based optimization framework involving simultaneous perturbation stochastic approximation (SPSA) is presented as a means for optimally specifying parameters of intern...
Jay D. Schwartz, Wenlin Wang, Daniel E. Rivera
AUTOMATICA
2006
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Stabilizing decentralized model predictive control of nonlinear systems
This note presents a stabilizing decentralized model predictive control (MPC) algorithm for nonlinear discrete time systems. No information is assumed to be exchanged between loca...
L. Magni, Riccardo Scattolini
AUTOMATICA
2006
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Receding horizon control applied to optimal mine planning
In this paper we show that the problem of optimal mine planning can be cast in the framework of receding horizon control. Traditional formulations of this problem have cast it in ...
Graham C. Goodwin, María M. Seron, Richard ...
AUTOMATICA
2006
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Dynamic non-minimum phase compensation for SISO nonlinear, affine in the input systems
Non-minimum phase difficulties prevent the use of input
Mark Cannon, Marko Bacic, Basil Kouvaritakis
AUTOMATICA
2006
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A repetitive controller for discrete-time passive systems
Ramon Costa-Castelló, Robert Griñ&oa...
AUTOMATICA
2006
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A universal iterative learning stabilizer for a class of MIMO systems
Design of iterative learning control (ILC) often requires some prior knowledge about a system's control matrix. In some applications, such as uncalibrated visual servoing, th...
Ping Jiang, Huadong Chen, Leon C. A. Bamforth
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