A quasi-Newton optimal method for the global linearisation of the output feedback pole assignment

Leventides, J., Meintanis, I. & Karcanias, N. (2014). A quasi-Newton optimal method for the global linearisation of the output feedback pole assignment. In: 22nd Mediterranean Conference of Control and Automation (MED). (pp. 157-163). IEEE. ISBN 9781479959006

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Abstract

The paper deals with the problem of output feedback pole assignment by static and dynamic compensators using a powerful method referred to as global linearisation which has addressed both solvability conditions and computation of solutions. The method is based on the asymptotic linearisation of the pole assignment map around a degenerate point and is aiming to reduce the multilinear nature of the problem to the solution of a linear set of equations by using algebro-geometric notions and tools. This novel framework is used as the basis to develop numerical techniques which make the method less sensitive to the use of degenerate solutions. The proposed new computational scheme utilizes a quasi-Newton method modified accordingly so it can be used for optimization goals while achieving (exact or approximate) pole placement. In the present paper the optimisation goal is to maximise the angle between a solution and the degenerate compensator so that less sensitive solutions are achieved.

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Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: School of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences > Engineering
URI: http://openaccess.city.ac.uk/id/eprint/7277

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