Optimal design of observer/controllers.
LaRock, Robert Ernest
Kirk, Donald E.
Parker, Sydney R.
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A new technique for full-order and reduced-order observer design which is based on the minimization of an integral square-error performance measure is developed for the integral of time-multiplied-square-error performance measure. The technique is extended to include the design of full-order and reduced-order combined observer/controllers. The technique is well suited to the design of higher order, multiple-input , multiple-output systems where traditional methods become difficult to apply.
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