Beyond equidistant sampling for performance and cost: a loop-shaping approach applied to a motion system

Jurgen van Zundert (Corresponding author), Tom Oomen

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Abstract

Nonequidistant sampling potentially enhances the performance/cost trade-off that is present in traditional equidistant sampling schemes. The aim of this paper is to develop a systematic feedback control design approach for systems that go beyond equidistant sampling. A loop-shaping design framework for such nonequidistantly sampled systems is developed that addresses both stability and performance. The framework only requires frequency response function measurements of the LTI system, whereas it appropriately addresses the linear periodically time-varying behavior introduced by the nonequidistant sampling. Experimental validation on a motion system demonstrates the superiority of the design framework for nonequidistantly sampled systems compared to traditional designs that rely on equidistant sampling.

LanguageEnglish
Pages408-432
JournalInternational Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control
Volume29
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 2019

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Sampling
Costs
Feedback control
Frequency response

Keywords

  • feedback control
  • frequency response functions
  • linear periodically time-varying
  • loop-shaping
  • nonequidistant sampling
  • Nyquist test

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