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Robust control

RE: Robust control

Why would you provide a post to a Wikipedia page? Did you have a question?

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RE: Robust control

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If the plant time constant is not constant, can this plant be interpreted as an interval dynamic system? And if so, is it possible in this case to use the theory of robustness systems for the design of control system?

RE: Robust control

It could be, and it could be. I think you could look at a varying time constant as having nominal value with a structured uncertainty constrained to a certain interval, which would allow robust control design techniques to be applied.

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RE: Robust control

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This book was written by a scientist, engineer and university professor.
Being different in the way of thinking and practical experience, nevertheless they found an
opportunity for cooperation, which is based on mutual understanding.
This is an amazing book and amazing authors.
Will this section work for my task?
PNachtwey is a genius engineer !
I would be interested in his opinion!

PS First of all, I want to understand how to conduct a dialogue while maintaining mutual understanding and respect.

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