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Maxim Kristalny (Lund, Sweden) Exploiting previewed information in estimation & control
 

Summary: Colloquium
Maxim Kristalny (Lund, Sweden)
Exploiting previewed information in estimation & control
Thursday 28 October, Citadel T-300, 15:45-16:30
Information preview can be encountered in numerous control (e.g., robotics
and automotive control) and signal processing applications and is a factor that
may potentially improve control/estimation performance. We appreciate this
frequently when slowing down after seeing a speed bump ahead while driving.
In systems with complicated dynamics the question of how to exploit preview
is far less trivial than the mere"slowing down"and the current study concerns
with development of strategies for utilizing the available preview.
This talk addresses the general model matching setup, which can be consid-
ered as a unified framework for both control and estimation problems with pre-
view. The one-side special case of model matching with preview is currently
well understood and the present work concerns with a nontrivial extension of
existing one-side methods to the general two-side setting. I will present explicit
and numer- ically efficient solutions to the stabilization and H2
optimization
problems, which can be associated with asymptotic and dynamic behavior of
the underlying con- trol/estimation system, respectively. The potential of these

  

Source: Al Hanbali, Ahmad - Department of Applied Mathematics, Universiteit Twente

 

Collections: Engineering