The paper proposes a very straightforward change of the general layout of the geometric approach to the feedforward and feedback model following problems for nonminimum-phase systems. The design technique relies on the replacement of the output matrix of the controlled system with an equally dimensioned matrix ensuring H2-optimality in the standard disturbance decoupling problem, while maintaining the relative degree and the steady-state gain of the original system. The new matrix is derived by applying the standard geometric approach tools to the Hamiltonian system instead of the original plant.

G., M., F., M., & Prattichizzo, D. (2007). H2-Pseudo Optimal Model Following: A Geometric Approach. In Proc. Third IFAC Symposium on Power System, Structure and Control.

H2-Pseudo Optimal Model Following: A Geometric Approach

PRATTICHIZZO, DOMENICO
2007

Abstract

The paper proposes a very straightforward change of the general layout of the geometric approach to the feedforward and feedback model following problems for nonminimum-phase systems. The design technique relies on the replacement of the output matrix of the controlled system with an equally dimensioned matrix ensuring H2-optimality in the standard disturbance decoupling problem, while maintaining the relative degree and the steady-state gain of the original system. The new matrix is derived by applying the standard geometric approach tools to the Hamiltonian system instead of the original plant.
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