In this paper, the existing Scheduling Dimension Reduction (SDR) methods for Linear Parameter-Varying (LPV) models are reviewed and a Deep Neural Network (DNN) approach is developed that achieves higher model accuracy under scheduling dimension reduction. The proposed DNN method and existing SDR methods are compared on a two-link robotic manipulator, both in terms of model accuracy and performance of controllers synthesized with the reduced models. The methods compared include SDR for state-space models using Principal Component Analysis (PCA), Kernel PCA (KPCA) and Autoencoders (AE). On the robotic manipulator example, the DNN method achieves improved representation of the matrix variations of the original LPV model in terms of the Frobenius norm compared to the current methods. Moreover, when the resulting model is used to accommodate synthesis, improved closed-loop performance is obtained compared to the current methods.
|Titel||2020 American Control Conference (ACC), Denver|
|Status||Geaccepteerd/In druk - 14 mei 2020|
Bibliografische notaAccepted to American Control Conference (ACC) 2020, Denver