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Reliable Decentralized Stabilization via Dilated LMIs and Unknown Disturbance Observers
By: Fujisaki, Y.; Befekadu, G.K.;
2007 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-0442-1
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Reliable Decentralized Stabilization via Dilated LMIs and Unknown Disturbance Observers ' Reliable decentralized stabilization is considered for general multi-channel plants, where the objective is to maintain stability of the closed-loop system when all of decentralized controllers work together and when one of the controllers is extracted due to a failure. A dilated LMI technique is employed for deriving reliable state feedback design, while a version of unknown disturbance observer is used as a decentralized observer for extending the design to output feedback case. Advantages and usefulness of the proposed method are demonstrated through an application to a power system.
Control System Synthesis
Linear Matrix Inequalities
Reliable Decentralized Stabilization
State Feedback Design
Power System Reliability
Power System Stability
Closed Loop Systems
Unknown Disturbance Observer