Effective mapping of continuous-time controllers to their discrete equivalents

Effective mapping of continuous-time controllers to their discrete equivalents

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A multi-objective optimisation approach is proposed to facilitate the mapping of continuous-time controllers into the discrete domain. This technique enables the control engineer to meet a set of different objectives in a balanced way and exploits the availability of suitable software.


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