Robust State-Feedback Synthesis for LTI Systems
In this chapter, the SV-LMIs of Chap. 2 are reconsidered for robust state-feedback synthesis. The results rely on the structuring of the S-variables. An interpretation in terms of virtual stable model is given to this structure. Moreover, we show the effect of this structuring on conservatism reduction. It happens to be of different nature in the discrete-time and continuous-time cases.
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