Modeling and Identification of Linear Parameter-Varying Systems
BeschreibungThrough the past 20 years, the framework of Linear Parameter-Varying (LPV) systems has become a promising system theoretical approach to h- dle the controlof mildly nonlinear and especially position dependent systems which are common in mechatronic applications and in the process ind- try. The birth of this system class was initiated by the need of engineers to achieve better performance for nonlinear and time-varying dynamics, c- mon in many industrial applications, than what the classical framework of Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) control can provide. However, it was also a p- mary goal to preserve simplicity and "re-use" the powerful LTI results by extending them to the LPV case. The progress continued according to this philosophy and LPV control has become a well established ?eld with many promising applications. Unfortunately, modeling of LPV systems, especially based on measured data (which is called system identi?cation) has seen a limited development sincethebirthoftheframework. Currentlythisbottleneck oftheLPVfra- work is halting the transfer of the LPV theory into industrial use. Without good models that ful?ll the expectations of the users and without the und- standing how these models correspond to the dynamics of the application, it is di?cult to design high performance LPV control solutions. This book aims to bridge the gap between modeling and control by investigating the fundamental questions of LPV modeling and identi?cation. It explores the missing details of the LPV system theory that have hindered the formu- tion of a well established identi?cation framework.
InhaltsverzeichnisLTI System Identification and the Role of OBFs.
LPV Systems and Representations.
LPV Equivalence Transformations.
LPV Series-Expansion Representations.
Discretization of LPV Systems.
LPV Modeling of Physical Systems.
Optimal Selection of OBFs.
LPV Identification via OBFs.
PressestimmenFrom the reviews:"The book under review is a research monograph which covers the key issues in modern theory of LPVS. It will be of interest for researchers and engineers with a background in systems theory as well as for graduate students in systems and control. ... Several numerical examples and figures illustrate the theoretical results. As a whole, this is a well-written book which shall be useful for a wide audience of both researchers and graduate students in linear systems theory." (M. M. Konstantinov, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2012 a)
Untertitel: 'Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences'. Auflage 2010. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2010
Seitenanzahl: 325 Seiten