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Design-approach evaluation of multiple-input, model-reference, adaptive control systems Public Deposited

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  • The model-reference, adaptive control concept is based on the precept that desired control system performance is a known design requirement and can be obtained from a representative model. Control system parameters are adjusted by the adaptive controller through a minimizing operation on a function of the error (i.e., performance index) between control system and model response characteristics. By minimizing the performance index, the control system response characteristics will track those of the model. This thesis presents a unified review of model-reference, adaptive control system design and analysis techniques and a method for analytically determining adaptive control loop sensitivity to multiple forcing functions. The design and analysis techniques presented encompass design approach variations (i.e., configuration deviations) and solutions to commonly encountered application problems. The multiple forcing functions considered consist of reference and disturbance inputs. The forcing function sensitivity of two adaptive controller configurations is analytically derived and compared for single and simultaneous, sinusoidal inputs. Frequency-domain analysis techniques are thereby extended for application to these two particular configurations of nonlinear systems.
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