Self-Tuning Control Strategies Within Two Adaptive Perspectives

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Abstract: This paper presents a study on self-tuning control strategies with generalized minimum variance control in a fixed two degree of freedom structure – or simply GMV2DOF – within two adaptive perspectives. One, from the process model point of view, using a recursive least squares estimator algorithm for direct self-tuning design, and another, using a Mamdani fuzzy GMV2DOF parameters scheduling technique based on analytical and physical interpretations from robustness analysis of the system. Both strategies are assessed by simulation and real plants experimentation environments composed of a damped pendulum and an under development wind tunnel from the Department of Automation and Systems of the Federal University of Santa Catarina.

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