Using Linear Matrix Inequalities to Optimize Anti-Windup Gain for Convex Systems
Adegbege, Ambrose A.
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This research sought out to determine a method for finding an optimal anti-windup gain for a convex system. The combination of two past works led to this method. The first publication, Static Anti-Windup Design, used a linear matrix inequality, or LMI, to determine an anti-windup gain for a nonlinear system. This LMI guaranteed regional stability paired with performance. The second paper, Saddle Point Convergence of Constrained Primal-Dual Dynamics, showed how a convex primal dual system can be implemented with control. This research bridges the gap between these works.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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