Norms of Systems and Performance

  • Uwe Mackenroth


In the preceding chapter, we developed systematically the structure of the general feedback configuration for multivariable systems. In comparison to the standard feedback loop for SISO systems, substantial generalizations were obtained, but as we saw, in particular in Sect. 6.5.2, many of them are based in a natural way on classical concepts.


Function Space Transfer Matrix Feedback System Imaginary Axis Frobenius Norm 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Uwe Mackenroth
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  1. 1.FB Maschinenbau und WirtschaftsingenieurwesenFachhochschule Lübeck University of Applied SciencesLübeckGermany

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