Reliable controller design for systems with transients Public Deposited

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  • Reliable controller designs have been developed in this thesis for a number of finite-horizon and infinite-horizon problems with possibly non-zero initial conditions. These reliable controllers assure that system stability and system performance will be maintained despite certain system faults. The performance measure used in this thesis is an "H[subscript ∞]-like norm", which is an induced two-norm from all exogenous signals and initial conditions to the regulated output and final states. Controller designs and existence conditions are presented for a reliable controller for faults in any pre-selected subset of actuators or sensors. Also, controller designs and an existence condition are presented for a reliable controller for any single sensor or actuator fault using sensor and actuator redundancy.
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