A Randomized Algorithm for Optimal PID Controllers
AbstractA randomized algorithm is suggested for the syntheses of optimal PID controllers for MIMO coupled systems, where the optimality is with respect to the -norm, the -norm and the LQR functional, with possible system-performance specifications defined by regional pole-placement. Other notions of optimality (e.g., mixed design, controller norm or controller sparsity) can be handled similarly with the suggested algorithm. The suggested method is direct and thus can be applied to continuous-time systems as well as to discrete-time systems with the obvious minor changes. The presented algorithm is a randomized algorithm, which has a proof of convergence (in probability) to a global optimum. View Full-Text
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Peretz, Y. A Randomized Algorithm for Optimal PID Controllers. Algorithms 2018, 11, 81.
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Peretz, Yossi. 2018. "A Randomized Algorithm for Optimal PID Controllers." Algorithms 11, no. 6: 81.
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