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Decentralised two-time-scale motions control based on generalised sampling

Decentralised two-time-scale motions control based on generalised sampling

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A design method for the decentralised time-varying discrete-time output-feedback control of linear time-invariant plants with unstable unstructured decentralised fixed modes (UDFM) is introduced. The design method uses generalised sampled-data hold functions to eliminate the UDFMs and to decouple the discrete-time equivalent model of the plant into independent input–output channels. Through this structural change, the plant becomes suitable for a stabilising high-sampling-rate controller that induces two-time-scale motions (TTSM) in the closed-loop system. As a result, the discrete-time controller is likewise decoupled into distinct local agents and the TTSM closed-loop system is decentralised.

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