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Direct tuning of the data-driven controller considering closed-loop stability based on a fictitious reference signal

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Title: Direct tuning of the data-driven controller considering closed-loop stability based on a fictitious reference signal
Authors: Yahagi, Shuichi Browse this author
Kajiwara, Itsuro Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Keywords: Data-driven control
proportional-integral-derivative control
fictitious reference signal
parameter tuning
Issue Date: 1-May-2021
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Journal Title: Measurement and Control
Volume: 54
Issue: 5-6
Start Page: 1026
End Page: 1042
Publisher DOI: 10.1177/00202940211010834
Abstract: The direct tuning of controller parameters, which is based on data-driven control, has been attracting considerable attention because of the ease of its control system design. In practical use, it is important to consider the stability of the closed-loop system and model matching with few design parameters. In this study, we propose a direct tuning method based on a fictitious reference signal that considers the bounded-input bounded-output (BIBO) and model matching without repeating experiments. The proposed method includes two steps. In the first step, the BIBO stability is satisfied. The pole information is lost in the cost function of the conventional method using a fictitious reference signal. Then, we derive a new cost function that can prevent the loss of the pole information. This provides controller parameters that can stabilize the closed-loop system. The model matching between the reference model and the closed-loop system is considered in the second step. When model matching is achieved, the characteristics of the reference model almost match those of the closed-loop system, including the gain and phase margins. The parameters of the reference model are automatically tuned to realize model matching. Using the two-step method, we can obtain parameters considering BIBO stability and the model matching. In addition, there are no design parameters apart from the dealing noise. Two simulations and an experiment were performed on a system with dead time to verify the effectiveness of the proposed two-step method. The results showed that the proposed method provides BIBO stability and model-matched control parameters from the measured data through a one-time experiment without trial and error.
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