A Differential Game Problem - Plants with Zeros in Transfer Function
International Journal of Control
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A differential game approach has been applied to a plant whose dynamics are represented by ÿ + ċy + dy = [udot] + b1ü + b0u—α([vdot] + a0v). Control u and noise signal v both are bounded (|u| ≤ 1,|v| ≤ 1). Control u and noise signal v both are bounded (|u| ≤ 1,|v| ≤ 1). Two target sets have been found; but one is a sub-set of the other. In the absence of noise, by control theory, the problem becomes that of time optimal control of a plant with zeros in transfer function.
Controls and Control Theory | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering
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Singh, S. N.,
Deekshatulu, B. L.,
Sarma, V. V.
A Differential Game Problem - Plants with Zeros in Transfer Function.
International Journal of Control, 9(5),