Control, identification, and input optimization
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Control, identification, and input optimization

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Published by Plenum in New York, London .
Written in English


  • Control theory.,
  • Mathematical optimization.

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Includes bibliographies and index.

StatementRobert Kalaba and Karl Spingarn.
SeriesMathematical concepts and methods in science and engineering -- 25
ContributionsSpingarn, Karl.
LC ClassificationsQA402.3
The Physical Object
Paginationxi,431p. ;
Number of Pages431
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21248435M
ISBN 100306408473

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• The control input u(k) is the setting of one or more parameters that manipulate the behavior of the target system(s) and can be adjusted dynamically. • The controller determines the setting of the control input needed to achieve the reference input. The controller computes values of the control input . The scientific research in many engineering fields has been shifting from traditional first-principle-based to data-driven or evidence-based theories. The latter methods may enable better system design, based on more accurate and verifiable information. In the era of big data, IoT and cyber-physical systems, this subject is of growing importance, as data-driven approaches are key enablers to. input and output constraints and determine optimal input and output targets for the thin and fat plant cases • The RMPCT and PFC controllers allow for both linear and quadratic terms in the SS optimization • The DMCplus controller solves a sequence of separate QPs to determine optimal input and output targets; CV’s are ranked in. Step response identification • Step (bump) control input and collect the data – used in process control • Impulse estimate still noisy: impulse(t) = step(t)-step(t-1) – done in real process control ID packages • Pre-filter data. EEm - Winter Control Engineering • Iterative numerical optimization.

Optimization Vocabulary Your basic optimization problem consists of •The objective function, f(x), which is the output you’re trying to maximize or minimize. •Variables, x 1 x 2 x 3 and so on, which are the inputs – things you can control. They are abbreviated x n . Robust and Adaptive Control Workshop Adaptive Control: Introduction, Overview, and Applications Nonlinear Dynamic Systems and Equilibrium Points • A nonlinear dynamic system can usually be represented by a set of n differential equations in the form: – x is the state of the system – t is time •If f does not depend explicitly on time.   () On averaging and input optimization of high-frequency mechanical control systems. Journal of Vibration and Control , () Combined Averaging–Shooting Approach for the Analysis of Flapping Flight Dynamics. number of parameters, if the input is “exciting” only a smaller number of frequency points? • What are the important quantities that can be computed directly from the data (inputs & outputs), that are important to identification? Lecture 12 , System Identification Prof. Munther A. Dahleh 5.