An LQG approach to systems with saturating actuators and anti-windup implementation
World Congress, Volume # 15 | Part# 1
Y. Eun; C. Gokcek; P. T. Kabamba; S. M. Meerkov
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disturbance rejection,LQG/LQR control,actuators,saturation
This paper extends the LQG design methodology to systems with saturating actuators and shows that resulting linear controllers do not require an antiwindup implementation.
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