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STUDY of DUALITY IN BOND GRAPH MODELS. APPLICATION TO CONTROL LAW SYNTHESIS

Abstract : The study of high-performance control laws for dynamic systems is the most active research field in system control. This research responds to the needs of the industry which uses higher performance machines. The proposed approach needs a precise knowledge of the physical phenomena of the system and the possibility of adapting to different situations.
The research activity brings a contribution to these approaches, by studying the duality on different levels of control law synthesis.
This study has allowed the creation of a characterization of duality on the model (duality between state space representations, duality between modules), the study of the duality between structural properties (controllability/observability) and between control laws (state feedback and output injection).
These concepts are applied on different types of models (linear LTI and LTV, nonlinear). We have rephrased certain analysis concepts and control law synthesis procedures by using different classical approaches, graphical, algebraic (modules) and bond graphs. A great number of perspectives are considered.
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Stefan Lichiardopol. STUDY of DUALITY IN BOND GRAPH MODELS. APPLICATION TO CONTROL LAW SYNTHESIS. Automatic. Ecole Centrale de Lille, 2007. English. ⟨tel-00281575⟩

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