Decentralized Overlapping Control: Stabilizability and Pole-Placement
when the subsystems of a system (referred to as overlapping subsystems) share some states [6, 7, 8]. In this case, it is usually desired that the structure of the controller matches the overlapping structure of the system ;
when there are some limitations on the availability of the states. In this case, only certain outputs of the system are available for constructing each control signal.
KeywordsPole Placement Block Entry Output Feedback Controller Transfer Function Matrix Control Design Problem
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