Nonlinear Integral Type Observer Design for State Estimation and Unknown Input Reconstruction
AbstractThis paper is concerned with model-based robust observer designs for state observation and its application for unknown input reconstruction. Firstly, a sliding mode observer (SMO), which provides exponential convergence of estimation error, is designed for a class of multivariable perturbed systems. Observer gain matrices subject to specific structures are going to be imposed such that the unknown perturbation will not affect estimate precision during the sliding modes; Secondly, to improve discontinuous control induced in the SMO as well as pursue asymptotic estimate precision, a proportional-integral type observer (PIO) is further developed. Both the design procedures of the SMO and PIO algorithms are characterized as feasibility issues of linear matrix inequality (LMI) and thus the computations of the control parameters can be efficiently solved. Compared with the SMO, it will be demonstrated that the PIO is capable of achieving better estimation precision as long as the unknown inputs are continuous. Finally, a servo-drive flexible robot arm is selected as an example to demonstrate the applications of the robust observer designs. View Full-Text
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Peng, C.-C. Nonlinear Integral Type Observer Design for State Estimation and Unknown Input Reconstruction. Appl. Sci. 2017, 7, 67.
Peng C-C. Nonlinear Integral Type Observer Design for State Estimation and Unknown Input Reconstruction. Applied Sciences. 2017; 7(1):67.Chicago/Turabian Style
Peng, Chao-Chung. 2017. "Nonlinear Integral Type Observer Design for State Estimation and Unknown Input Reconstruction." Appl. Sci. 7, no. 1: 67.
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