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A Mixed H_2/H_[infinite] Approach to Simultaneous Fault Detection and Control

Abstract : In this technical report, the problem of Simultaneous Fault Detection and Control (SFDC) is considered. This problem is reduced to a multiobjective optimization problem. We show that there exists a fundamental separation theorem allowing us to seperate this multiobjective problem into a control problem and a fault detection problem. Moreover, the SFDC problem is modeled in terms of a mixed H_2/H_[infinite] optimization problem and a Riccati equation based solution leading to the design of controller/detector system of reasonable complexity is given. An application of our results is presented using the nonlinear Ball and Beam system.
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M.J. Khosrowjerdi, Ramine Nikoukhah, N. Safari-Shad. A Mixed H_2/H_[infinite] Approach to Simultaneous Fault Detection and Control. [Research Report] RT-0263, INRIA. 2002, pp.67. ⟨inria-00069911⟩



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