Decoupling of singular systems via P-D feedback
The problem of input-output decoupling of singular systems via proportional plus derivative (P-D) feedback is solved. The necessary and sufficient condition for the problem to have a solution is established. A special feedback law resulting directly from the system matrices is derived. The general explicit formula of all P-D state feedback controller matrices solving the problem is determined.
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