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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||H2 Guaranteed Cost Control For Uncertain Continuous-time Linear Systems|
|Abstract:||This paper proposes a solution to the H2 guaranteed cost control problem for uncertain, continuous-time linear systems. It consists of the determination of a constant state feedback stabilizing matrix gain and a H2-norm upper bound, valid for all feasible models. The uncertainties are only assumed to be convex-bounded, a concept which generalizes the important case of interval matrices uncertainties. The results follow from a new parameterization of all stabilizing gains over a convex set. As an additional property, the above mentioned H2-norm upper bound reduces to the minimum H2 cost in case of precisely known linear systems. © 1992.|
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