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An augmentation approach and theory of the resultant for linear time-varying systems

by Seung Ku Hwang

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Feedback control systems,
  • Linear time invariant systems

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    Statementby Seung Ku Hwang
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 117 leaves :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25915805M
    OCLC/WorldCa16568682

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An augmentation approach and theory of the resultant for linear time-varying systems by Seung Ku Hwang Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Poles and Zeros of a Linear Time-Varying System* Edward W. Kamen Department of Electrical Engineering University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Submitted by M. Vidyasagar ABSTRACT For linear time-varying discrete-time and continuous-time systems, a notion of poles and zeros is developed in terms of factorizations of operator polynomials with time-varying Cited by: An augmentation approach and theory of the resultant for linear time-varying systems.

By Seung Ku Hwang. Abstract (Thesis) Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Florida, (Bibliography) Bibliography: leaves (Statement of Responsibility) by Seung Ku HwangAuthor: Seung Ku Hwang.

A Matlab toolbox for SDI for LTI systems has successfully been used in applications, see for example (Cuyper and Verhaegen, ).

Future Works A class of LTV systems which we will consider further will be linear, discrete-time, time-varying systems for Author: O.V.

Iftime, M. Verhaegen. [81 E. Kamen, "The Poles and Zeros of a Linear Time-Varying System," a. submitted to Linear Algebra and Its Applications, July 1. [91 S.

Hwang, "An Augmentation Approach and Theory of the Resultant for Linear Time-Varying Systems," Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, December This paper presents a novel interval fault estimation approach by using zonotope technique for discrete-time linear parameter-varying systems in the presence of bounded parametric uncertainties.

An LMI Approach to Stability for Linear Time-Varying System with Nonlinear Perturbation on Time Scales Article (PDF Available) in Abstract and Applied Analysis () July with The objective of this paper is to propose a method for evaluating fault identifiability in linear discrete time-varying systems.

The basic idea of this method is to quantify the difficulty in. This note will address a linear minimum variance estimation of discrete-time systems with instantaneous and delayed measurements. Although the problem may be approached via system augmentation and.

With the polytropic inclusions, the uncertain control matrices can be described in a linear formulation of time-varying delays. The system-augmentation technique then can be adopted to deal with the coupled control inputs in system (). A new state variable is defined as.

©Ahmad F. Taha Module 04 — Linear Time-Varying Systems 8 / Introduction to LTV Systems Computation of the State Transition Matrix Discretization of Continuous Time Systems STM of LTV Systems — 3 Given this analytical challenge, a natural question arises.

A new approach to H ∞ multi-step prediction is developed by applying the innovation analysis theory. Although the predictor is derived by resorting to state augmentation, nevertheless, it is. The problem of guaranteed cost robust Hinf reliable control is investigated for time-varying delay uncertain systems against actuator failures.

In the considered system, the time-varying delay and its derivative are bounded. Actuators are classified into two sets (One set is susceptible to failure and the other set is not susceptible to failure).

All the outputs of the failure actuators are. () Time-varying discrete-time linear systems with bounded rates of variation: Stability analysis and control design. Automatica() Delay-dependent parameter-dependent H ∞ filtering for a class of LPV delayed systems using PPDQ functions.

This article focuses on systems of quasi-linear first-order hyperbolic partial differential equations with time-varying disturbances, for which the manipulated input and the disturbances are distributed in space.

In this paper we introduce a new realization theory for a linear dynamical system with a perspective observation function. This. Fall /31 5–6 Creating State-Space Models • Most easily created from Nth order differential equations that describe the dynamics • This was the case done before.

• Only issue is which set of states to use – there are many choices. The problem of guaranteed cost reliable control with exponential stabilization is investigated for time-varying delayed uncertain systems against actuator failure.

In the considered systems, the parameters uncertainties satisfy generalized matching conditions, and the time-varying delay and its derivative are bounded. All the output of the actuator failures is assumed to be zero. In this chapter, we consider stability, performance analysis, and control of linear (probably, uncertain) discrete-time systems.

Some of the presented ideas may also be useful in the nonlinear case. Differently from continuous-time TDSs, the discrete-time ones can be reduced to non-delay systems by state/input/output augmentation. This paper is concerned with the problem of static output feedback stabilization for linear systems with time-varying delay.

A novel controller design is proposed based on a matrix transformation method with a new equation condition, which can solve the controller gain more easily and avoid complicated calculations of the non-linear matrix inequality.

of equations. We review numerical approaches both for linear systems with a non-Hermitian coef-ficient matrix, mainly within the Arnoldi framework, and for Hermitian positive definite problems with the conjugate gradient method.

Key-words: Augmentation, Deflation, Krylov subspace methods, Linear systems of equations, Preconditioning. The problem of robust Hinfin reliable control is investigated for time-varying delayed uncertain systems against actuator failure by means of static output feedback.

In the considered systems, the parameters uncertainties satisfy generalized matching conditions, and the time-varying delay is bounded while its derivative is unrestricted. An abstract approximation theory for the identification of linear degenerate distributed parameter systems is developed.

Central to the approach is an abstract approximation result for regular and degenerate implicit distributed systems in the spirit of the Trotter-Kato Theorem for the approximation of linear semigroups.Learning Augmentation Strategies from Data Ekin D.

Cubuk, Barret Zoph, Dandelion Man´e, Vijay Vasudevan, Quoc V. Le Google Brain Abstract Data augmentation is an effective technique for improv-ing the accuracy of modern image classifiers.

However, cur-rent data augmentation implementations are manually de-signed.There is a growing need in major industries such as airline, trucking, financial engineering, etc. to solve very large linear and integer linear optimization problems. Because of the dramatic increase in computing power, it is now possible to solve these problems.

Along with the increase in computer power, the mathematical programming community has developed better and more powerful algorithms.