Master of Science (MS)
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
First Committee Member
Number of Pages
Algebraic approach to the feedback system design is reviewed towards the development of a Computer Aided Design of Control Systems package in a single-variate setting. In the solutions of both the problems presented here, we endeavor to give a complete parameterization of the set of compensators which meet design specifications; Computer Aided Design of Control Systems using stable or rational fractional approach is considered. Starting from a plant transfer function, closed loop control system with desired constraints and parameters is designed easily. The parameters can be so chosen that the closed loop system is configured into stabilization; stabilization and tracking; stabilization and disturbance rejection; stabilization, tracking and disturbance rejection problems; The problems of joint stabilization and tracking of a spinning satellite system in addition to its regulation are considered. Rational fractional approach in multivariate setting is used to obtain parameterized compensators for regulation, and joint stabilization plus tracKing Simulation results are presented to show precise attitude control and regulation. (Abstract shortened with permission of author.).
Aided; Algebraic approach; Design; Fraction; Stable; Computer Aided Design; Control Systems
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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De, Prasanta Kumar, "Stable fraction approach and Computer-Aided Design of Control Systems" (1988). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 48.
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