Communications in Information and Systems

Volume 11 (2011)

Number 2

A simple example of an adaptive control system

Pages: 105 – 118

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4310/CIS.2011.v11.n2.a1

Author

A.S. Morse (Department of Electrical Engineering, Yale University)

Abstract

This paper describes and analyzes a switched adaptive control system which on the one hand is simple enough to allow for a fairly transparent analysis while on the other, is formidable enough to explain how one might deal with two of the most challenging attributes associated with any adaptive control problem, namely noise and un-modeled dynamics.

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