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Comparison of different scheduling techniques for H-infinity controllers

Hyde, RA and Glover, K (1991) Comparison of different scheduling techniques for H-infinity controllers. Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control, 13. pp. 227-232. ISSN 0142-3312

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Several approaches to designing schedule H-infinity control systems are compared. These include a controller switching approach and also parameter scheduling of an observer representation of the controller. They are illustrated by application to a Generic VSTOI. Aircraft Model (GVAM) supplied by The Royal Aerospace Establishment (RAE) at Bedford. The switched design has been tested on the simulator at RAE Bedford. The linear H-infinity designs make use of a loop-shaping followed by robust stabilisation to additive perturbations of a normalised coprime factorisation of the shaped plans. The different scheduling approaches are compared with respect to achieved robust stability levels. performance and complexity of implementation.

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