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By Iven Mareels

ISBN-10: 1461264146

ISBN-13: 9781461264149

Loosely conversing, adaptive structures are designed to house, to conform to, chang­ ing environmental stipulations while preserving functionality goals. through the years, the idea of adaptive platforms advanced from particularly easy and intuitive options to a posh multifaceted concept facing stochastic, nonlinear and endless dimensional platforms. This ebook presents a primary creation to the speculation of adaptive platforms. The publication grew out of a graduate path that the authors taught numerous occasions in Australia, Belgium, and The Netherlands for college students with an engineering and/or mathemat­ ics history. after we taught the direction for the 1st time, we felt that there has been a necessity for a textbook that will introduce the reader to the most features of variation with emphasis on readability of presentation and precision instead of on comprehensiveness. the current booklet attempts to serve this want. we think that the reader may have taken a uncomplicated direction in linear algebra and mul­ tivariable calculus. except the fundamental thoughts borrowed from those components of arithmetic, the booklet is meant to be self contained.

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11 The adaptive scheme first identifies a parameterized model for the plant and uses the estimated parameters to compute via a nonlinear mapping the control law. The control parameters are indirectly obtained via the plant model parameters, hence the name indirect adaptive control. Because the control law is of the pole placement type, one speaks of adaptive pole placement. The fact that the present estimates of the plant parameters are used to compute the present control action is referred to as certainty equivalence.

We say that R(t ~-l) has full row rank if R(~, ~-l) has a g x g submatrix of which the determinant is a non-zero polynomial in ~, ~-l . 3 Let R(~, ~-l) E lRgxq[~, ~-l]. 31) and R' (~, ~-l ) has full row rank. We are now ready to describe how to eliminate latent variables. 33) with M'(~, ~-l) of full row rank. 9. Elimination of Latent variables 41 where, of course, the partition is according to the partition of U(~, ~-l )M(t ~-l). We claim that the manifest behavior is represented by R~ (~, ~-l).

For stabilizability we have the following test. 4 Let the behavior 1)3 be defined by R(u, u-I)w = 0, R(~, ~-I) E lRgxq[~, ~-I]. 1)3 is called stabilizable ifrank R(A, A-I) is constant over all A E

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