Constrained Model Algorithmic Control for the Generalized Hammerstein Model with Impulse Response


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A Generalized Hammerstein Model with Impulse Response for symmetric nonlinear systems was presented in this paper. A hyper-quadratic object function was developed by adding highest order control input term with a symbolic function into the object function, and a constrained multi-step model algorithmic control for the non-minimum phase systems with open-loop stable characterization was established by forcing the control input with saturated limitation. The algorithm with one control policy can guarantee the simulative results without steady state deviation and the control input being converged to a varying region centered in the zero-point. Simulated results validated the constrained model algorithmic control for Generalized Hammerstein Model with impulse response is reasonable and applicable.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 211-212)

Edited by:

Ran Chen






E. N. Song et al., "Constrained Model Algorithmic Control for the Generalized Hammerstein Model with Impulse Response", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 211-212, pp. 914-917, 2011

Online since:

February 2011




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