ROBUST MODEL-PREDICTIVE CONTROL OF PROCESSES WITH LARGE UNCERTAINTY IN DEADTIME
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A theoretical formulation of the Deadtime Window approach to deadtime compensation is presented and investigated. This approach uses a specified uncertainty band in the deadtime to create a time domain uncertainty window. The feedback signal is changed only if the measurement is outside the expected region. Simulations used the closed-loop Integral Square Error as a function of model parameters and control parameters to compare the expected performance of the proposed approach to standard deadtime compensation structures. Generally, results show that the proposed approach can be used to favorably affect the classic tradeoff between performance and robustness.
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Proceedings of 1994 American Control Conference - ACC '94
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1994 AMERICAN CONTROL CONFERENCE, VOLS 1-3
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WRIGHT, R. A., SMITH, B. E., KRAVARIS, C., WASSICK, J. M., & CAMP, D. T.
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WRIGHT, RA||SMITH, BE||KRAVARIS, C||WASSICK, JM||CAMP, DT