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A Nash game approach to mixed $H\sb 2/H\sb \infty$ control. (English) Zbl 0796.93027
Summary: The established theory of nonzero sum games is used to solve a mixed $H\sb 2/H\sb \infty$ control problem. Our idea is to use the two play-off functions associated with a two-player Nash game to represent the $H\sb 2$ and $H\sb \infty$ criteria separately. We treat the state-feedback problem and we find necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of a solution. Both the finite and infinite time problems are considered. In the infinite horizon case we present a full stability analysis. The resulting controller is a constant state-feedback law, characterized by the solution to a pair of cross-coupled Riccati equations, which may be solved using a standard numerical integration procedure. We begin our development by considering strategy sets containing linear controllers only. At the end of the paper we broaden the strategy sets to include a class of nonlinear controls. It turns out that this extension has no effect on the necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of a solution or on the nature of the controllers.

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