State Feedback

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This chapter describes how feedback can be used shape the local behavior of a system. The concept of reachability is introduced and used to investigate how to ``design the dynamics of a system through placement of its eigenvalues. In particular, it will be shown that under certain conditions it is possible to assign the system eigenvalues to arbitrary values by appropriate feedback of the system state.

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Chapter 5 - State Feedback (17 Oct 05) (pdf, 17oct05)

  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Reachability
  • 3. State Feedback
  • 4. Performance Specification through Eigenvalue Placement
  • 5. Additinal Topics
  • 6. Further Reading
  • 7. Exercises

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