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Tautological Control SystemsOngoing and Future Work

Tautological Control Systems: Ongoing and Future Work [In this chapter we will give a sketchy, but we hope compelling, idea of how the tautological control system framework can be used to say new things about control systems. This will also provide an illustration of how, in practice, one can do control theory within the confines of the tautological control system framework, without reverting to the comforting control parameterisations with which one is familiar. We will emphasise that some of these ideas are in the preliminary stages of investigation, so the final word on what results will look like has yet to be uttered. Nonetheless, we believe that even the clear problem formulations we give make it apparent that there is something “going on” here.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Tautological Control SystemsOngoing and Future Work

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© The Author(s) 2014
ISBN
978-3-319-08637-8
Pages
107 –118
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-08638-5_7
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In this chapter we will give a sketchy, but we hope compelling, idea of how the tautological control system framework can be used to say new things about control systems. This will also provide an illustration of how, in practice, one can do control theory within the confines of the tautological control system framework, without reverting to the comforting control parameterisations with which one is familiar. We will emphasise that some of these ideas are in the preliminary stages of investigation, so the final word on what results will look like has yet to be uttered. Nonetheless, we believe that even the clear problem formulations we give make it apparent that there is something “going on” here.]

Published: Jul 23, 2014

Keywords: Linearisation; Optimal control theory; Controllability; Stabilisability

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