Nonlinear Control Systems II (Communications and Control by Alberto Isidori
By Alberto Isidori
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9) The updating law of the covariance matrix is given by 1 Inp − m(tc,k ) φT (tc,k ) P(tc,k−1 ) λ is the np -dimensional identity matrix. 10) all elements of matrix P are scaled by the same amount. If one wishes to target the eﬀect upon selected parameters it is possible to scale only the diagonal of P. Furthermore, it is useful to point out that in order to get smooth parameters estimation a minimum forgetting factor λmin has to be speciﬁed. If one wishes to keep the estimator more sensitive to the power system changes at the steady-state operating point a maximum forgetting factor λmax can be used, that is 0 < λmin ≤ λ ≤ λmax ≤ 1 However the use of a forgetting factor can cause the phenomenon known as estimator wind-up.
5) yields ˆ (tf,k−1 ) + kk hT ˆ (tf,k−1 ) + kk . 2 Kalman Filtering 31 D c1 (tf,k ) F B . 1(tf,k) hk ω tf,k h0 O A G Fig. 1. Graphical representation of the state-space model Rk = E ˆ (tf,k−1 ) − kk . (tf,k ) I2nh − kk hT x(tf,k ) − x k T ˆ (tf,k−1 ) − kk . 8) where I2nh is the 2nh -dimensional identity matrix. 9) Rk hk + Q. 12) where Fk ≡ I2nh − kk hT k. 3 Convergence and Stability Properties First of all, it is necessary to derive the conditions that guarantee stable asymptotic behavior of error covariance matrix Rk , that is an upper-bounded sequence of Rk .
The major points in favor of the pole-assignment technique are that it provides a robust regulator against modeling errors and can cope with nonminimum phase systems [2, 12]. 2 Indirect Self-tuning Voltage Regulator Design 43 The ﬁrst step in pole-assignment design is to decide the location of closedloop poles. On this point, it is always useful to keep in mind that the control eﬀort required is related to how far the open-loop poles are moved by the feedback. Large control eﬀort is required if the feedback moves a pole near a zero.