A Performance Theory for Robust Adaptive Control
This project considered the relative performance between two standard classes of robust adaptive controllers, namely designs based on the dead-zone and projection modification.
Simple criteria were established to indicate when each design outperformed the other w.r.t. to a non-singular performance cost functional penalising both the output and the control transient.
Type: Normal Research Project
Research Group: Information: Signals, Images, Systems Research Group
Theme: Control Systems
Dates: 1st September 1999 to 30th March 2004
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