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A two-degree-of-freedom design of simple adaptive servosystems
By: Fujisaki, Y.;
2008 / IEEE / 978-4-907764-30-2
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' A two-degree-of-freedom design of simple adaptive servosystems ' A two-degree-of-freedom design of simple adaptive servosystems is considered for a linear continuous-time plant. A reference model is introduced for specifying a desirable transient response, while an integral compensator is used in order to cope with a constant disturbance input. Then, an adaptive control law is proposed, which achieves a suitable model following control independently of selection of the integral gain. That is, a disturbance rejection property can be tuned by the gain arbitrarily without changing the adaptive control law, which is a significant feature of this simple adaptive servosystem.
Continuous Time Systems
Control System Synthesis
Simple Adaptive Servosystems
Linear Continuous-time Plant
Simple Adaptive Control