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Adaptive optimally switched control system using digital techniques

Adaptive optimally switched control system using digital techniques

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This letter describes work currently being carried out in the field of adaptive optimally switched control systems using digital techniques. Basically the actual phase-plane trajectory of a second-order system is compared with the optimum trajectory, to obtain the correct switching point for minimum response time. A novel method is used to avoid measurement or computation of error rate, and some conclusions are given.

Inspec keywords: automatic control; switching

Subjects: Control applications

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      • J.F. Coales , A.R.M. Noton . On–off servo mechanism with predicted changeover. Proc. IEE
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      • R.F. Brown . Calculation of switching functions as a means of minimizing error in an on-off control system. Proc. IEE
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      • Rayzak, R.J.: `A digital controller strategy for optimization and adaptation of control systems representable in the phase plane', August 1964, M.A.Sc. Thesis, University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada.
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