Deadbeat control of discrete-time systems incorporating deadbeat discrete-time observers

Deadbeat control of discrete-time systems incorporating deadbeat discrete-time observers

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A simple method is presented for the design of controllers and observers that results in the deadbeat behaviour of a class of linear multivariable discrete-time plants with inaccessible state vectors.


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