By Björn Wittenmark; Karl Johan °Aström; International Federation of Automatic Control; International Federation of Automatic Control Technical Committee on Theory
This moment IFAC workshop discusses the diversity and functions of adaptive platforms up to speed and sign processing. a number of the techniques to adaptive keep an eye on platforms are lined and their balance and suppleness analyzed. the amount additionally contains papers taken from poster classes to provide a concise and accomplished overview/treatment of this more and more very important box.
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An adaptive controller therefore allows the set of nominal systems to be greatly expanded at the expense of a slight reducASC-B* 29 tion in the robustness margin for each nominal system . This seems to be about as good a result as could be expected. The theory has been confirm ed by recent practical experience with this form of robust adaptive controller. REFERENCES Anderson , B . D . O . and R . M . Johnstone (1983) . "Adaptive sys tems and time varying plants . " Int. J. of Contro l, 37 , 367-377 .
Adaptive systems in control and signal processing : proceedings by Björn Wittenmark; Karl Johan °Aström; International Federation of Automatic Control; International Federation of Automatic Control Technical Committee on Theory