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Polynomial model inversion control: numerical tests and applications

Novara, Carlo;
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  • Published: 04 Sep 2015
Abstract
A novel control design approach for general nonlinear systems is described in this paper. The approach is based on the identification of a polynomial model of the system to control and on the on-line inversion of this model. Extensive simulations are carried out to test the numerical efficiency of the approach. Numerical examples of applicative interest are presented, concerned with control of the Duffing oscillator, control of a robot manipulator and insulin regulation in a type 1 diabetic patient.
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free text keywords: Computer Science - Systems and Control
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