Iterative Identification and Control: Advances in Theory and Applications

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An exposition of the interplay between the modelling of dynamic systems and the design of feedback controllers based on these models is the main goal of this book. The combination of both subjects into a cohesive development allows the consistent treatment of both problems to yield powerful new tools for the improvement of system performance. Central among the themes of this work is the observation that operation of a system in feedback with a controller exposes the areas in which the model fit is constraining ...
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Overview

An exposition of the interplay between the modelling of dynamic systems and the design of feedback controllers based on these models is the main goal of this book. The combination of both subjects into a cohesive development allows the consistent treatment of both problems to yield powerful new tools for the improvement of system performance. Central among the themes of this work is the observation that operation of a system in feedback with a controller exposes the areas in which the model fit is constraining the controller performance achieved. The book presents new techniques for the understanding of the iterative improvement of performance through the successive fitting of models using closed-loop data and the design of high-performance controllers using these models. The subject matter includes: New approaches to understanding how to affect the fit of dynamical models to physical processes through the choice of experiments, data pre-filtering and model structure; connections between robust control design methods and their dependency on the quality of model fit; experimental design in which data collected in operation under feedback can reveal areas that limit the performance achieved; iterative approaches to link these model-fitting and control design phases in a cogent manner so as to achieve improved performance overall. The authors of individual chapters are some of the most renowned and authoritative figures in the fields of system identification and control design.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781447110989
  • Publisher: Springer London
  • Publication date: 4/30/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 309
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Table of Contents

List of Contributors
Introduction from the Editors
1 Modelling, Identification and Control 3
2 System Identification. Performance and Closed-loop Issues 17
3 Data Preparation for Identification 41
4 Model Uncertainty and Feedback 63
5 Open-loop Iterative Learning Control 99
6 Model-based Iterative Control Design 121
7 Windsurfing Approach to Iterative Control Design 143
8 Iterative Optimal Control Design 167
9 Identification and Validation for Robust Control 185
10 Helicopter Vibration Control 211
11 Control-relevant Identification and Servo Design for a Compact Disc Player 225
12 Control-relevant Identification and Robust Motion Control of a Wafer Stage 243
13 Iterative Identification and Control: a Sugar Cane Crushing Mill 271
References 297
Index 307
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