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Computación y Sistemas

Print version ISSN 1405-5546

Comp. y Sist. vol.19 n.1 México Jan./Mar. 2015

http://dx.doi.org/10.13053/CyS-19-1-1972 

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Disturbance Rejection Using SPR0 Substitutions

 

Julio César Tovar Rodríguez1, Ricardo Carreño Aguilera2 and Miguel Patiño Ortiz2

 

1 ESIME Zacatenco, Departamento Control ICE, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, DF, México. jctovar77@hotmail.com.

2 ESIME Zacatenco, SEPI, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, DF, México. rcrc2013@outlook.com, mpatino2002@ipn.com.

Corresponding author is Julio César Tovar Rodríguez.

 

Article received on 10/06/2014.
Accepted on 17/12/2014.

 

Abstract

The disturbance rejection, defined as the problem of designing control laws that ensure, where possible, exogenous disturbances that do not affect the output of the perturbed system, has been resolved by means of algebraic and geometric techniques. This is a steady linear case by means of the static feedback state. Modifications of the Smith form through the SPR0 substitutions are presented which guarantees infinite zeros of a linear single input, single output (SISO) system.

Keywords: Algebraic technique, geometric technique, SPR0 perturbation, SISO.

 

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