American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
An algorithm to synthesize optimal controllers for the scaled H Infinity full information problem with real and complex uncertainty is presented. The control problem is reduced to a linear matrix inequality, which can be solved via a finite dimensional convex optimization. This technique is compared with the optimal scaled H Infinity full information with only complex uncertainty and D-K iteration control design to synthesize controllers for a missile autopilot. Directly including real parametric uncertainty into the control design results in improved robust performance of the missile autopilot. The controller synthesized via D-K iteration achieves results similar to the optimal designs.
Balas, G. J., Lind, R., and Packard, A. (1996). "Optimally Scaled H Infinity Full Information Control Synthesis with Real Uncertainty." Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics. 19(4), 854-862.
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Balas, Gary J.; Lind, Rick; Packard, Andy.
Optimally Scaled H Infinity Full Information Control Synthesis with Real Uncertainty.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
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