INFORMATION STRUCTURING IN A CLASS OF CONTROL PROBLEMS.

Ami Arbel, Edison Tse

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Abstract

This paper considers the problem of information structuring in large-scale dynamic systems. Specifically, it is shown that for a class of problems if an aggregation rule, or structuring, of the full state is chosen appropriately, a bounded control can be obtained directly from the aggregated output measurement without the need of state filtering. In addition, if one has the freedom in specifying the input distribution, the derivation of the control will be extremely simple.

Original languageEnglish
Pages222-228
Number of pages7
StatePublished - 1978
EventLawrence Symp on Syst and Decis Sci, 2nd, Proc, Lawrence Hall of Sci - Berkeley, Calif
Duration: 3 Oct 19784 Oct 1978

Conference

ConferenceLawrence Symp on Syst and Decis Sci, 2nd, Proc, Lawrence Hall of Sci
CityBerkeley, Calif
Period3/10/784/10/78

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