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Controllers in Adaptronics

  • V. Rao
  • R. Damle
  • S. Sana
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Abstract

Chapter 4 covers the important topic of ‘controllers in adaptronics’, beginning with a presentation of adaptive and robust control algorithms using conventional model reference adaptive control (MRAC) techniques. A tested neural network based MRAC design methodology that utilizes the adaptability of neural networks to compensate for the time varying dynamic properties of adaptronic structures is then described in detail.

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Adaptive Control Controller Parameter Robust Controller Smart Structure Neural Controller 
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