Current state-of-the-art correct-by-design controllers are designed for full-state measurable systems. This work first extends the applicability of correct-by-design controllers to partially observable LTI systems. Leveraging 2nd order bounds we give a design method that has a quantifiable robustness to probabilistic disturbances on state transitions and on output measurements. In a case study from smart buildings we evaluate the new output-based correct-by-design controller on a physical system with limited sensor information.
|Journal||arXiv.org, e-Print Archive, Physics|
|Publication status||Published - 11 Sep 2015|