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|Title:||General pole restriction controller design|
|Citation:||International Journal of Systems Science, 1988; 19(7):1335-1344|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|C. C. Lim, K. L. Teo and C. C. Hang|
|Abstract:||Pole-assignment controller design suffers from the disadvantage that the prescribed pole locations may not be a suitable choice when the dynamics of the process are changing. A general design method that restricts the closed-loop poles to be within a certain desired region specified by engineering judgement, instead of fixing the poles in a prescribed location, is presented. The method can be used for regulating a process with time delay, non-minimum zero-phase behaviour, and open-loop unstable characteristics.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 2|
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