Zeshan Altaf MAE-4310 Library Research Robust pole placement for linear time-invariant multivariable systems Lastman, G.J. (Dept. of Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo) ; Sinha, N.K. Source: International Journal of Systems Science , v 32, n 3, March, 2001, p 307-312 Control and identification of linear time-varying plants using I/O methods Tsakalis, Kostas S. (Arizona State Univ) Source: Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control , v 3, 1995, p 2527-2532 Pole Placement in LTV and LTI plants: Pole placement control (PPC) is the most common method using state feedback to stabilize a Linear Time Invariant (LTI) plant. PPC problem is tackled for LTI by using both feedback and output feedback. But in Linear Time Variant (LTV) plant, this objective requires a suitable full state feedback, if that is not possible then a controller structure is required that can estimate that non-measurable states by having an “observer” built into the design. Poles of the feedback system are required to lie in the left half-plane
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