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Multivariable Anti-Windup and Bumpless Transfer: A General Theory

Campo, P. J. and Morari, M. and Nett, C. N. (1989) Multivariable Anti-Windup and Bumpless Transfer: A General Theory. In: 1989 American Control Conference. IEEE , Piscataway, NJ, pp. 1706-1711.

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A general theory is developed to address the anti-windup/bumpless transfer (AWBT) problem. Analysis results applicable to any linear time invariant system subject to plant input limitations and substitutions are presented. Quantitative performance objectives for AWBT compensation are outlined and several proposed AWBT methods are evaluated in light of these objectives. A synthesis procedure which highlights the performance trade-offs for AWBT compensation design is outlined.

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Additional Information:© 1989 IEEE. The authors wish to thank John Doyle for many useful discussions and gratefully acknowledge financial support from the National Science Foundation, GE Corporate Research and Development, and GE Aircraft Engines.
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Official Citation:P. J. Campo, M. Morari and C. N. Nett, "Multivariable Anti-Windup and Bumpless Transfer: A General Theory," 1989 American Control Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, 1989, pp. 1706-1711.
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