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Eigenstructure Decoupling in State Feedback Control Design

Abstract : The presented design method aim is to synthesize a state feedback control law in such way that with respect to the prescribed eigenvalues of the closed-loop system matrix the corresponding eigenvectors are as close as possible to a decoupled system eigenvectors. It is demonstrated that some degree of freedom existing in the control design, representing by the parametric vectors set as well as by the set of closed-loop eigenvalues, can be properly used to meet some desired specification requirement. An illustrative example and the simulation results show that the proposed design principle is effective and simple
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Pavol Kocsis, Robert Fonod. Eigenstructure Decoupling in State Feedback Control Design. ATP Journal plus, HMH s.r.o., 2012, ATP Journal plus, 2, pp.34-39. ⟨hal-00847146⟩

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