The members of System Analysis Laboratory investigate the fundamental theory of linear systems. In this academic year, we have given a parameterization method of a class of strictly stabilizing controllers in the framework of the factorization approach. As a public activity, we have held open lectures for building personal computers.
||K. MORI. Parametrization of All Strictly Causal Stabilizing Controllers.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 54(9):2211–2215, 1984.
Within the framework of the factorization approach, we present parametrizations of all strictly causal stabilizing controllers.
||K. MORI. Parametrization of Stabilizing Controllers with Some Conditions.
In Proceedings of ICROS-SICE International Joint Conference 2009
(ICCAS-SICE 2009), pages 1510–1513, 2009.
So far, the author developed the parametrization of all strictly causal stabilizing controllers in the framework of the factorization approach. The objective of this paper is to extend the previous results, the parametrization of all strictly causal stabilizing controllers with some conditions. Since the factorization approach has been used, the result can be applied to numerous linear system models.
||K. MORI. Parametrization of Delayed Stabilizing Controllers of Multidimensional
Systems — single-input single-output case —. In Proceedings
of The Seventh International Conference on Control and Automation (ICCA
2009), pages 1173–1177, 2009.
We give a parametrization of a class of delayed stabilizing controllers of single-input single-output multidimensional systems with the structural stability. The approach used is the factorization approach.
||K. MORI. Parametrization of All Stabilizing Controllers with a Precompensator.
In Proceedings of The 30th IASTED International Conference
on Modelling, Identification, and Control (MIC 2010), pages 394–399, 2010.
In the framework of the factorization approach, we give a parameterization of all stabilizing controllers with some ?xed precompensator. As an example, we present a parameterization of all causal stabilizing controllers which has the integrator for the classical continuous-time system model.
||K. MORI, 2009.
Reviewer of IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control.
||K. MORI, 2009.
ACM Mathematical Reviews.