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Model Error Concepts & Compensation : Proceedings of the IFAC Workshop, Boston, USA, 17-18 June 1985

By: Skelton, R. E.
Contributor(s): Owens, D. H.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.IFAC Workshop Series: Publisher: Kent : Elsevier Science, 2015Description: 1 online resource (153 p.).ISBN: 9781483298269.Subject(s): Automatic control -- Mathematical models -- Congresses | Control theory -- Mathematical models -- Congresses | Error analysis (Mathematics) -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Model Error Concepts & Compensation : Proceedings of the IFAC Workshop, Boston, USA, 17-18 June 1985DDC classification: 629.831 LOC classification: TJ212.2 -- .M62 1986Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Model Error Concepts and Compensation -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- CHAPTER 1. WORKSHOP EDITORIAL -- PART I: PLENARY SESSION -- CHAPTER 2. MULTI-MODEL APPROACHES TO ROBUST CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN -- INTRODUCTION -- PROBLEM FORMULATION -- EXISTENCE OF SIMULTANEOUS STABILIZERS -- DESIGN TOOLS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- PART II: MODEL STRUCTURE CONSIDERATIONS -- CHAPTER 3. CONTROLLER DESIGN BASED ON APPROXIMATE PLANT MODELS -- INTRODUCTION -- FREQUENCY DOMAIN DESIGN -- SIMULATION BASED DESIGN -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES
CHAPTER 4. ON THE STRUCTURE OF MODELING ERRORS AND THE INSEPARABILITY OF THEMODELING AND CONTROL PROBLEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- 2.0 CRITICISM OF THE ""MODELING PROBLEM -- 3.0 CRITICISM OF THE ""CONTROL PROBLEM -- 4.0 PHYSICAL EVIDENCE -- 5.0 MATHEMATICAL EVIDENCE -- MATHEMATICAL EVIDENCE & IDENTIFICATION EXPERIMENTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 5. LINEAR ADAPTIVE CONTROL: A NEW RESULT IN MODEL-ERROR COMPENSATION DESIGN -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONCEPT OF MODEL-ERRORS IN DYNAMICAL SYSTEM THEORY -- MODELING OF MODEL-ERRORS -- THE WAVEFORM/STATE-MODEL TECHNIQUE
COMPENSATION FOR MODEL-ERRORS USING DISTURBANCE-ACCOMMODATING CONTROL THEORY -- FORMULATION OF A PARAMETER MODEL-ERROR COMPENSATION PROBLEM FOR LINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS -- SOLUTION TO THE PARAMETER MODEL-ERROR COMPENSATION PROBLEM OF (24) -- APPLICATION OF THE NEW COMPENSATOR TO SOME SPECIFIC EXAMPLES -- SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES CITED -- CHAPTER 6. THE ERROR FUNCTION IN LOW ORDER MODELLING OF DISCRETE-TIME SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- MODEL REDUCTION DEFINITIONS -- INPUT ERROR FUNCTION -- THE ERROR FUNCTION IN REDUCED ORDER MODELLING -- MODELLING EXAMPLE -- REAL-TIME IMPLEMENTATION
INCORPORATION IN AN ADAPTIVE CONTROLLER -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 7. AN INNOVATIONS APPROACH TO SMOOTHING AND MODEL ERROR ESTIMATION -- 1. PRELIMINARIES -- 2. OPTIMAL STATE AND MODEL ERROR ESTIMATES -- 3. COVARIANCE ANALYSIS -- 4. FILTERING -- 5. BACKWARD/FORWARD FACTORIZATION OF THE ESTIMATION ERROR COVARIANCE -- 6. ROTATIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INNOVATIONS AND MODEL ERROR VECTORS -- 7. CONCLUDING REMARKS -- 8. REFERENCES -- 9. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- PART III: CONTROLLER REDUCTION -- CHAPTER 8. OPTIMAL PROJECTION/MAXIMUM ENTROPY:STOCHASTIC MODELLING AND REDUCEDORDER DESIGN SYNTHESIS
1. OVERVIEW -- 2. MOTIVATION -- 3. REVIEW OF THE OPTIMAL PROJECTION APPROACH -- 4. MAXIMUM ENTROPY MODELLING -- 5. MINIMUM-INFORMATION MODELLIG OF PARAMETER UNCERTAINTIES -- 6. OPTIMAL PROJECTION DESIGN WITH STRATONOVICH MULTIPLICATIVE WHITE NOISE -- CHAPTER 9. APPROXIMATION AND COMPENSATOR ORDER DETERMINATION IN OPTIMAL CONTROL OF FLEXIBLE STRUCTURES -- INTRODUCTION -- APPROXIMATION -- APPLICATION TO WRAP-RIB ANTENNA -- CONVERGENCE OF COMPENSATORS AND CLOSED-LOOP PERFORMANCE -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 10. LINEAR CONTROLLER APPROXIMATION: A METHOD WITH BOUNDS -- INTRODUCTION
FORMULATION OF THE APPROXIMATION PROBLEM
Summary: Presents a state-of-the-art review of model error concepts, their characterization and compensation in estimation and control problems, with particular emphasis on error propagation, model order selection, performance guarantees, sensitivity and adaptive methods. Main topics covered include linear and nonlinear systems, identification, robotics, computer-aided design, signal processing, computers and communication in control, automation and real time control of processes.
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Front Cover -- Model Error Concepts and Compensation -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- CHAPTER 1. WORKSHOP EDITORIAL -- PART I: PLENARY SESSION -- CHAPTER 2. MULTI-MODEL APPROACHES TO ROBUST CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN -- INTRODUCTION -- PROBLEM FORMULATION -- EXISTENCE OF SIMULTANEOUS STABILIZERS -- DESIGN TOOLS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- PART II: MODEL STRUCTURE CONSIDERATIONS -- CHAPTER 3. CONTROLLER DESIGN BASED ON APPROXIMATE PLANT MODELS -- INTRODUCTION -- FREQUENCY DOMAIN DESIGN -- SIMULATION BASED DESIGN -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES

CHAPTER 4. ON THE STRUCTURE OF MODELING ERRORS AND THE INSEPARABILITY OF THEMODELING AND CONTROL PROBLEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- 2.0 CRITICISM OF THE ""MODELING PROBLEM -- 3.0 CRITICISM OF THE ""CONTROL PROBLEM -- 4.0 PHYSICAL EVIDENCE -- 5.0 MATHEMATICAL EVIDENCE -- MATHEMATICAL EVIDENCE & IDENTIFICATION EXPERIMENTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 5. LINEAR ADAPTIVE CONTROL: A NEW RESULT IN MODEL-ERROR COMPENSATION DESIGN -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONCEPT OF MODEL-ERRORS IN DYNAMICAL SYSTEM THEORY -- MODELING OF MODEL-ERRORS -- THE WAVEFORM/STATE-MODEL TECHNIQUE

COMPENSATION FOR MODEL-ERRORS USING DISTURBANCE-ACCOMMODATING CONTROL THEORY -- FORMULATION OF A PARAMETER MODEL-ERROR COMPENSATION PROBLEM FOR LINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS -- SOLUTION TO THE PARAMETER MODEL-ERROR COMPENSATION PROBLEM OF (24) -- APPLICATION OF THE NEW COMPENSATOR TO SOME SPECIFIC EXAMPLES -- SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES CITED -- CHAPTER 6. THE ERROR FUNCTION IN LOW ORDER MODELLING OF DISCRETE-TIME SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- MODEL REDUCTION DEFINITIONS -- INPUT ERROR FUNCTION -- THE ERROR FUNCTION IN REDUCED ORDER MODELLING -- MODELLING EXAMPLE -- REAL-TIME IMPLEMENTATION

INCORPORATION IN AN ADAPTIVE CONTROLLER -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 7. AN INNOVATIONS APPROACH TO SMOOTHING AND MODEL ERROR ESTIMATION -- 1. PRELIMINARIES -- 2. OPTIMAL STATE AND MODEL ERROR ESTIMATES -- 3. COVARIANCE ANALYSIS -- 4. FILTERING -- 5. BACKWARD/FORWARD FACTORIZATION OF THE ESTIMATION ERROR COVARIANCE -- 6. ROTATIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INNOVATIONS AND MODEL ERROR VECTORS -- 7. CONCLUDING REMARKS -- 8. REFERENCES -- 9. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- PART III: CONTROLLER REDUCTION -- CHAPTER 8. OPTIMAL PROJECTION/MAXIMUM ENTROPY:STOCHASTIC MODELLING AND REDUCEDORDER DESIGN SYNTHESIS

1. OVERVIEW -- 2. MOTIVATION -- 3. REVIEW OF THE OPTIMAL PROJECTION APPROACH -- 4. MAXIMUM ENTROPY MODELLING -- 5. MINIMUM-INFORMATION MODELLIG OF PARAMETER UNCERTAINTIES -- 6. OPTIMAL PROJECTION DESIGN WITH STRATONOVICH MULTIPLICATIVE WHITE NOISE -- CHAPTER 9. APPROXIMATION AND COMPENSATOR ORDER DETERMINATION IN OPTIMAL CONTROL OF FLEXIBLE STRUCTURES -- INTRODUCTION -- APPROXIMATION -- APPLICATION TO WRAP-RIB ANTENNA -- CONVERGENCE OF COMPENSATORS AND CLOSED-LOOP PERFORMANCE -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 10. LINEAR CONTROLLER APPROXIMATION: A METHOD WITH BOUNDS -- INTRODUCTION

FORMULATION OF THE APPROXIMATION PROBLEM

Presents a state-of-the-art review of model error concepts, their characterization and compensation in estimation and control problems, with particular emphasis on error propagation, model order selection, performance guarantees, sensitivity and adaptive methods. Main topics covered include linear and nonlinear systems, identification, robotics, computer-aided design, signal processing, computers and communication in control, automation and real time control of processes.

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