Robust Tracking and Control of MIMO Processes with Input Saturation and Unknown Disturbance
In this chapter, the design of robust stabilization and output tracking performance of multi-input multi-output processes with input saturations and unknown disturbance are considered. The proposed control technique is the robust anti-windup generalized predictive control (RAGPC) scheme for multivariable processes. The proposed control scheme embodies both the optimal attributes of generalized predictive control and the robust performance feature of operator-based theoretic approach. As a result, a strongly robust stable feedback control system with disturbance rejection feature and good tracking performance is achieved.
KeywordsMIMO System Polynomial Matrix Stable Feedback Input Constraint Polynomial Matrice
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