# Proper feedback compensators for a strictly proper plant by polynomial equations

Frank Callier; Ferdinand Kraffer

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (2005)

- Volume: 15, Issue: 4, page 493-507
- ISSN: 1641-876X

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abstract = {We review the polynomial matrix compensator equation X\_lD\_r + Y\_lN\_r = Dk (COMP), e.g. (Callier and Desoer, 1982, Kučera, 1979; 1991), where (a) the right-coprime polynomial matrix pair (N\_r, D\_r) is given by the strictly proper rational plant right matrix-fraction P = N\_rD\_r, (b) Dk is a given nonsingular stable closed-loop characteristic polynomial matrix, and (c) (X\_l, Y\_l) is a polynomial matrix solution pair resulting possibly in a (stabilizing) rational compensator given by the left fraction C = (X\_l)^\{−1\}Y\_l . We recall first the class of all polynomial matrix pairs (X\_l, Y\_l) solving (COMP) and then single out those pairs which result in a proper rational compensator. An important role is hereby played by the assumptions that (a) the plant denominator D\_r is column-reduced, and (b) the closed-loop characteristic matrix Dk is row-column-reduced, e.g., monically diagonally degree-dominant. This allows us to get all solution pairs (X\_l, Y\_l) giving a proper compensator with a row-reduced denominator X\_l having (sufficiently large) row degrees prescribed a priori. Two examples enhance the tutorial value of the paper, revealing also a novel computational method.},

author = {Callier, Frank, Kraffer, Ferdinand},

journal = {International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science},

keywords = {polynomial matrix systems; linear time-invariant feedback control systems; flexible belt device; row-column-reduced polynomial matrices; feedback compensator design},

language = {eng},

number = {4},

pages = {493-507},

title = {Proper feedback compensators for a strictly proper plant by polynomial equations},

url = {http://eudml.org/doc/207761},

volume = {15},

year = {2005},

}

TY - JOUR

AU - Callier, Frank

AU - Kraffer, Ferdinand

TI - Proper feedback compensators for a strictly proper plant by polynomial equations

JO - International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

PY - 2005

VL - 15

IS - 4

SP - 493

EP - 507

AB - We review the polynomial matrix compensator equation X_lD_r + Y_lN_r = Dk (COMP), e.g. (Callier and Desoer, 1982, Kučera, 1979; 1991), where (a) the right-coprime polynomial matrix pair (N_r, D_r) is given by the strictly proper rational plant right matrix-fraction P = N_rD_r, (b) Dk is a given nonsingular stable closed-loop characteristic polynomial matrix, and (c) (X_l, Y_l) is a polynomial matrix solution pair resulting possibly in a (stabilizing) rational compensator given by the left fraction C = (X_l)^{−1}Y_l . We recall first the class of all polynomial matrix pairs (X_l, Y_l) solving (COMP) and then single out those pairs which result in a proper rational compensator. An important role is hereby played by the assumptions that (a) the plant denominator D_r is column-reduced, and (b) the closed-loop characteristic matrix Dk is row-column-reduced, e.g., monically diagonally degree-dominant. This allows us to get all solution pairs (X_l, Y_l) giving a proper compensator with a row-reduced denominator X_l having (sufficiently large) row degrees prescribed a priori. Two examples enhance the tutorial value of the paper, revealing also a novel computational method.

LA - eng

KW - polynomial matrix systems; linear time-invariant feedback control systems; flexible belt device; row-column-reduced polynomial matrices; feedback compensator design

UR - http://eudml.org/doc/207761

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