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Research on gain scheduling. (English) Zbl 0976.93002
The paper surveys the current status of research and some future possibilities, by including classical approaches to gain scheduling, as well as recent trends, without focusing on particular engineering areas. The text is structured in seven sections as follows: (1) Introduction; (2) Gain scheduling – provides a general presentation and comments advantages/disadvantages; (3) Linear parameter-varying (LPV) plant descriptions – reviews two ways in which such models can arise; (4) Linearization gain scheduling – discusses recently developed analytical aspects; (5) LPV design methods – emphasizes connections to linear matrix-inequality-based constructions of H optimal control; (6) Stability and performance; (7) Current directions. Several examples are considered and revisited in different sections.
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93-02Research monographs (systems and control)
93B51Design techniques in systems theory
93C10Nonlinear control systems
93B18Linearizability of systems
15A39Linear inequalities of matrices