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This chapter focuses on the analysis of robustness of feedback systems.  We consider the stability and performance of systems who process dynamics are uncertain and derive fundamental limits for robust stability and performance.  We also discuss how to design controllers to achieve robust performance.
 
This chapter focuses on the analysis of robustness of feedback systems.  We consider the stability and performance of systems who process dynamics are uncertain and derive fundamental limits for robust stability and performance.  We also discuss how to design controllers to achieve robust performance.
  
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== Textbook Contents ==
 
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* 1. Modeling Uncertainty
 
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* 2. Stability in the Presence of Uncertainty  
 
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This chapter focuses on the analysis of robustness of feedback systems. We consider the stability and performance of systems who process dynamics are uncertain and derive fundamental limits for robust stability and performance. We also discuss how to design controllers to achieve robust performance.

Textbook Contents

Robust Performance (pdf, 21Jul07)

  • 1. Modeling Uncertainty
  • 2. Stability in the Presence of Uncertainty
  • 3. Performance in the Presence of Uncertainty
  • 4. Limits on the Sensitivities
  • 5. Robust Pole Placement
  • 6. Design for Robust Performance
  • 7. Further Reading
  • 8. Exercises

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Chapter Summary

Exercises

Frequently Asked Questions

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