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| authors = Domtilla Del Vecchio and Richard M. Murray<br />
| title = Existence of Cascade Discrete-Continuous State Estimators for Systems on a Partial Order<br />
| source = <i>Lecture Notes in Computer Science</i> 3414:226--241<br />
| year = 2005<br />
| type = Conference Paper<br />
| funding = NSF/SENSOR<br />
| url = http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~murray/preprints/dm05-hscc.pdf<br />
| abstract = <br />
In this paper, a cascade discrete-continuous state estimator on a partial<br />
order is proposed and its existence investigated. The continuous state estimation<br />
error is bounded by a monotonically nonincreasing function of the discrete state<br />
estimation error, with both the estimation errors converging to zero. This work<br />
shows that the lattice approach to estimation is general as the proposed estimator<br />
can be constructed for any observable and discrete state observable system.<br />
The main advantage of using the lattice approach for estimation becomes clear<br />
when the system has monotone properties that can be exploited in the estimator<br />
design. In such a case, the computational complexity of the estimator can be drastically<br />
reduced and tractability can be achieved. Some examples are proposed to<br />
illustrate these ideas.<br />
| flags = <br />
| tag = dm05-hscc<br />
| id = 2004v<br />
}}</div>Murray