The University of Southampton

A Performance Theory for Robust Adaptive Control

Date:
1999-2004
Theme:
Control Systems
Funding:
EPSRC

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.

Primary investigator

Secondary investigator

  • Ahmad Sanei

Associated research group

  • Information: Signals, Images, Systems Research Group
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