State Dependant Anytime Control Methodology for Non-Linear Systems
Annamária R. Várkonyi-Kóczy
Dept. of Measurement and Information Systems, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Magyar tudósok körútja 2. H-1521 Budapest, Hungary
Nowadays in solving control problems the processing is performed typically by model-based computer systems, which contain a representation of our knowledge about the nature and the actual circumstances of the problem in hand. If the nature and/or the actual circumstances change, the corresponding model should also be changed. Anytime techniques are very flexible in this respect and can advantageously be used when the operation should be performed under changing circumstances. In this paper, a nonlinear state dependant control methodology is proposed for anytime use and as an example is applied to globally stabilize a given prototypical aeroelastic wing section via one control surface.
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