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Published
**1997**
by Birkhäuser in Boston
.

Written in English

- H [infinity symbol] control.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Hidenori Kimura. |

Series | Systems & control |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA402.3 .K465 1997 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | x, 246 p. : |

Number of Pages | 246 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1008756M |

ISBN 10 | 0817637877, 3764337877 |

LC Control Number | 96048746 |

The book has been used in a one-semester graduate course, with only a few prerequisites: classical control theory, linear systems (state-space and input-output viewpoints), and a bit of real and complex analysis. Only one problem is solved in this book: how to design a controller which. Buy Chain-Scattering Approach to H Control by Hidenori Kimura from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £

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H 2 and H infinity - Hankel norms are used to measure control system properties. A norm is an abstraction of the concept of length. Both of these techniques are frequency domain techniques. H 2 control seeks to bound the power gain of the system while H infinity control seeks to bound the energy gain of the system. Gains in power or energy in. A generalized chain-scattering representation and its algebraic system properties Realization of behavior Related extensions to system well-posedness and internal stability Nonstandard Hâˆž control problem: A generalized chain-scattering representation approach Internet congestion control: A linear multivariable control look

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Chain-Scattering Approach to H-infinity-Control (Systems & Control: Foundations & Applications) - Kindle edition by Kimura, Hidenori. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Chain-Scattering Approach to H-infinity-Control (Systems & Control: Foundations & Applications). Get this from a library. Chain-scattering approach to H [infinity] control. [Hidenori Kimura] -- The purpose of this book is to provide such a natural theoretical framework that is understandable with little mathematical background.

The notion of chain-scattering, well known in classical circuit. The notion of chain-scattering, well known in classical circuit theory, but new to control theorists, plays a fundamental role in this book.

It captures an essential feature of the control systems design, reducing it to a J-lossless factorization, which leads us naturally to the idea of H-infinity-control.

The notion of chain-scattering, well-known in classical circuit theory but new to control theorists, plays a fundamental role in this book. It captures an essential feature of the control systems design, reducing it to a J-lossless factorization, which leads us naturally to the idea of H-infinity control.

Kimura's textbook is a useful source of information for everybody who wants to learn this part of modern control theory in a thorough manner. —Mathematica Bohemica. The book provides a quite complete picture of the chain-scattering techniques for the solution of conjugation, factorization and control problems.

Chain-scattering approach to H/spl infin/ control [Book Review] Article in IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 45(7) August with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Abstract: Chain scattering-matrix descriptions and J-lossless coprime factorizations are employed to develop a relatively simple method for the synthesis of the continuous-time H/sup infinity / suboptimal control.

Analogously to the Youla parameterization of all stabilizing controllers, the authors derive an identity to generate all suboptimal controllers. H ∞ (i.e. "H-infinity") methods are used in control theory to synthesize controllers to achieve stabilization with guaranteed performance.

To use H ∞ methods, a control designer expresses the control problem as a mathematical optimization problem and then finds the controller that solves this optimization. H ∞ techniques have the advantage over classical control techniques in that they.

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Kimura, ] Published in: Mededelingen van het Wiskundig. Review of the book Chain-scattering approach to H-infinity control, H. Kimura,Select 14 - Nonstandard H∞ control problem: A generalized chain-scattering representation approach.

Book chapter Full text access. 14 The book supports that in H-infinity control, the linear fractional transformation formulation is relying on the inverse of the block matrix. If the block matrix is not regular, the H-infinity control does. Abstract: A relatively simple approach, based on chain scattering descriptions, to the synthesis of discrete-time controllers that result in a cost function with H/sup infinity / norm strictly less than a prespecified bound is presented.

The approach relies on a J-lossless numerator and a conjugate J-lossless denominator. The approach also gives a connection at the transfer function level. Chain-Scattering Approach to H∞ Control. Book. Jan ; Hidenori Kimura; The solution of the H(infinity) control problem for discrete-time linear systems with time-varying delays in state.

A method of solving the nonlinear local L 2-gain suboptimal control problem based on the chain-scattering approach is proposed. This problem requires L 2 -gain of the closed loop to be less than or equal to one and the closed loop internal stability defined in the small signal input-output sense.

DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation. A chain-scattering description provides a unified framework for constructing the stabilizing controller set and for synthesizing H 2 optimal and H ∞ sub-optimal controllers.

Simple yet illustrative examples explain each step. A Two-port Framework for Robust and Optimal Control features. A Generalized Framework of Linear Multivariable Control proposes a number of generalized models by using the generalized inverse of matrix, while the usual linear multivariable control theory relies on some regular models.

The book supports that in H-infinity control, the linear fractional transformation formulation is relying on the inverse of the block matrix.

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Braatz on LMIs for. The author covers the whole range of H-infinity control of time-delay systems: from controller parameterization implementation; from the Nehari problem to the four-block problem; from theoretical developments to practical issues. The major tools used are similarity transformation, the chain-scattering approach and J-spectral factorization.

This monograph presents a unified mathematical framework for a wide range of problems in estimation and control. The authors discuss the two most commonly used methodologies: the stochastic H2 approach and the deterministic (worst-case) H8 approach.

Despite the fundamental differences in the philosophies of these two approaches, the authors have discovered that, if indefinite metric spaces. () Chain-scattering approach to H/spl infin/ control [Book Review]. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control() An LMI Approach Towards H ∞ Control .The H∞ control has been one of the important robust control approaches since the s.

This book extends the area to nonlinear stochastic H2/H∞ control, and studies more complex and practically useful mixed H2/H∞ controller synthesis rather than the pure H∞ control.

Different from the commonly used convex optimization method, this book applies the Nash game approach to give necessary.H. Kimura, The University of Tokyo, Japan Chain-Scattering Approach to H∞-Control The advent of H∞-control was a truly remarkable innovation in multivariable theory.

It eliminated the classical/modern dichotomy that had been a major source of the long-standing skepticism about the applicability of modern control .