6 edition of Finite spectrum assignment for time-delay systems found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -117).
|Statement||Qing-Guo Wang, Tong Heng Lee, and Kok Kiong Tan.|
|Series||Lecture notes in control and information sciences ;, 239|
|Contributions||Lee, Tong Heng, 1958-, Tan, Kok Kiong, 1967-|
|LC Classifications||TJ216 .W36 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||98034633|
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The book covers a wide range of topics relating to finite spectrum assignment. The general development of algorithms and the analysis of control properties are discussed in the earlier chapters.
Subsequently, a class system identification method using relay as a means of system excitation is introduced; this is extended to cover automatic tuning and self-tuning of Cited by: The book presents the Finite spectrum assignment for time-delay systems book of the finite spectrum assignment for time-delay systems in frequency domain.
It mainly contains those works carried out recently by the authors in this field. Most of them have been published and others are awaiting publication. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: The presence of considerable time delays in many industrial processes is well recognized and achievable performances of conventional unity feedback control systems are degraded if a process has a relatively large time delay compared to its time constants.
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The book covers a wide range of topics relating to finite spectrum assignment. The general development of algorithms and the analysis of control properties are discussed in the earlier chapters. Subsequently, a class system identification method using relay as a means of system excitation is introduced; this is extended to cover automatic tuning and self-tuning of.
Abstract. We consider the stabilization problem for nonlinear time-delay systems. First, we review the finite spectrum assignment method for a class of linear retarded systems and its extension for nonlinear by: 2. Finite spectrum assignment of time delay system is to locate n poles at an arbitrarily preassigned set of points in the complex plane in the sadle manner as delay-free systems.
where n is the dimension of the characteristic equation. The Author: K. Watanabe, T. Ouchi, M. Nakatuyama. Finite spectrum assignment controller for teleoperation systems with time delay Abstract: In this paper, two controllers are proposed for bilateral teleoperation systems with communication time delay.
The first one guarantees the tracking of slave-master outputs, while the second one guarantees the transparency. Finite spectrum assignment for time-delay systems is the elimination of delay operators from the characteristic function of the closed-loop system and the A new algorithm for finite spectrum assignment of single-input systems with time delay - IEEE Journals & MagazineCited by: 1.
Introduction. In general, a linear time-delay system has an infinite number of eigenvalues. Finite spectrum assignment is one of the well-known control methods for such an infinite-dimensional plant and was first developed by Manitius and Olbrot (), where feedback control is used to eliminate delay operators from the characteristic function of the control by: 9.
This paper combines two nonlinear control tools, forwarding and backstepping, to design a controller for time delay systems. The main feature of the paper is the claim that both tools can provide and maintain a finite spectrum of the system at each step of the procedure.
The use of the combined tool is illustrated on a model of a rocket by: An application of the Finite Spectrum Assignment (FSA) control technique is presented for an inverted pendulum with feedback delay. The FSA controller predicts the actual state of the system.
The nonlinear control ideas and results of forwarding and backstepping" have been recently extended to systems with time delay. In this paper we discuss how to apply these tools to design robust controls for linear delay systems.
We first show that the integral cross-term forwarding results in a feedback law that achieves finite spectrum of the closed loop system.
Download Citation | Finite spectrum assignment of systems with general delays | This article presents a new framework for dealing with pure and distributed delays simultaneously and.
In this paper, the finite spectrum assignment (FSA) control of open-loop unstable time delay processes consisting of a single unstable pole is considered. Astrom's relay autotuning is extended to this class of processes. The conditions for the existence of limit cycles are established using the point transformation method.
From the relay-induced input−output Cited by: The finite spectrum assignment (FSA) concept is originated from time-domain representation. The classical form of FSA is developed to compensate the.
Cite this chapter as: Wang QG., Lee T.H., Tan K.K. () Time-Delay Systems. In: Finite-Spectrum Assignment for Time-Delay Systems. Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, vol Cited by: 3.
Communication time delay appears in the control loop of the second controller, and finite spectrum assignment method is used to design this controller such that the resulting closed loop system.
Finite spectrum assignment for nonliner time-delay systems using synchronization-based predictor Conference Paper in Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control December Delays in systems are caused by the limited capabilities of their components to process data and also by transporting information and materials .Therefore, the main sources of time delay are .
Nature of the process which arises when the system has to wait a certain time in order to continue to the next step; for example, this happens in chemical reactors, diesel engines, and. Both the Smith predictor and the finite spectrum assignment are based on the prediction of the state at time instant t + τ with τ being the feedback delay.
In this chapter, it is argued that the main difference is that the Smith predictor involves a model to be solved over the entire time interval [0, t + τ ], while the finite spectrum Cited by: 2.The problem of invariant factors assignment of input delay systems with classical finite spectrum assigment control laws wit h distributed delays is adressed.
The multiplicities of the invanant factors are shown to be restricted by specified Rosenbrock type by: 1.This chapter contains the control algorithms for Finite Spectrum Assignment (FSA).
The development of four algorithms corresponding to varying degrees of system complexity are presented. The first, which is the basic one due to Ichikawa (), is derived under the assumption that the process contains distinct : Qing-Guo Wang, Tong Heng Lee, Kok Kiong Tan.