Multivariable Models for Control Systems
The determination of a model for a multivariable system is an essential part of the control problem. This paper describes a method by which such a model may be realised and made to self-adjust in sympathy with variations of the system parameters. Special criteria are given for the synthesis of linear models, and a method for using these models in optimization schemes is suggested.
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