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Development of a multivariable test facility for the evaluation of iterative learning controllers

Development of a multivariable test facility for the evaluation of iterative learning controllers
Development of a multivariable test facility for the evaluation of iterative learning controllers
This paper describes the development of a multivariable input, multi-variable output (MIMO) experimental test facility, which will be used to evaluate, benchmark and compare iterative learning control (ILC) strategies. The system addresses the distinct lack of experimental studies for the multivariable case and enables controller performance and robustness to be analyzed over a broad range of operating conditions. The electromechanical facility is multi-configurable with upto 3 inputs and permits both exogenous disturbance injection and a variable level of coupling to exist between input and output pairs. Preliminary experimental results confirm its suitability as a benchmarking platform for evaluation and comparison of ILC.
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Dinh Van, Thanh
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Freeman, Christopher
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Lewin, Paul
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Dinh Van, Thanh
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Dinh Van, Thanh, Freeman, Christopher and Lewin, Paul (2012) Development of a multivariable test facility for the evaluation of iterative learning controllers. 2012 American Control Conference. 27 - 29 Jun 2012. pp. 621-626 .

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This paper describes the development of a multivariable input, multi-variable output (MIMO) experimental test facility, which will be used to evaluate, benchmark and compare iterative learning control (ILC) strategies. The system addresses the distinct lack of experimental studies for the multivariable case and enables controller performance and robustness to be analyzed over a broad range of operating conditions. The electromechanical facility is multi-configurable with upto 3 inputs and permits both exogenous disturbance injection and a variable level of coupling to exist between input and output pairs. Preliminary experimental results confirm its suitability as a benchmarking platform for evaluation and comparison of ILC.

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Published date: 2012
Additional Information: Event Dates: June 27 - 29
Venue - Dates: 2012 American Control Conference, 2012-06-27 - 2012-06-29
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 273020
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/273020
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Date deposited: 19 Nov 2011 19:21
Last modified: 19 Jul 2019 22:07

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Author: Thanh Dinh Van
Author: Christopher Freeman
Author: Paul Lewin

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