Characterization of static feedback realizable transfer functions for nonlinear control systems

H.J.C. Huijberts

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Abstract

This paper gives a characterization of all transfer functions that may be realized via regular static-state feedback for a SISO nonlinear control system. It is shown that the question whether there exists a feedback realizable transfer function with a given number of zeros may be reduced to a well-known problem from real-algebraic geometry. As a by-product, solvability conditions for the linear model matching problem via static-state feedback, as well as conditions for the existence of linear subsystems of not necessarily maximal dimension are obtained.

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