The tracking and regulation problem is considered for a class of generalized systems, in case of exponential reference signals and of disturbance functions. First, the notions of steady-state response and of blocking zero, which are classical for linear time-invariant systems, are given for generalized systems. Then, the tracking and regulation problem is stated and solved for the class of generalized systems under consideration, giving a general design procedure. As a corollary of the effectiveness proof of the design procedure, an algebraic version of the internal model principle is stated for generalized systems.

Tornambe, A. (1998). The tracking and regulation problem for a class of generalized systems. KYBERNETIKA, 34(6), 635-654.

The tracking and regulation problem for a class of generalized systems

Tornambe, Antonio
1998

Abstract

The tracking and regulation problem is considered for a class of generalized systems, in case of exponential reference signals and of disturbance functions. First, the notions of steady-state response and of blocking zero, which are classical for linear time-invariant systems, are given for generalized systems. Then, the tracking and regulation problem is stated and solved for the class of generalized systems under consideration, giving a general design procedure. As a corollary of the effectiveness proof of the design procedure, an algebraic version of the internal model principle is stated for generalized systems.
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Settore ING-INF/04 - Automatica
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Human-Computer Interaction; Control and Systems Engineering
Tornambe, A. (1998). The tracking and regulation problem for a class of generalized systems. KYBERNETIKA, 34(6), 635-654.
Tornambe, A
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