Internal-model based regulation

16-17 nov. 2023
L2S - Gif-sur-Yvette (France)

Robust output regulation consists in designing a feedback law ensuring that the output of a dynamical system tracks some reference even in the presence of disturbances and model uncertainties. It is one of the oldest in control theory. The celebrated internal model principle proposes to incorporate in the feedback a dynamical model of the perturbations to be rejected and the references to be tracked. In its simplest and original form, it consists in adding an integral action to the system in order to reject constant perturbations. The theory of regulation of non-linear and/or infinite-dimensional systems is a challenging research topic. In this context, the objective of this workshop is to gather the communities of finite and infinite-dimensional regulation theory, to discuss recent progress in the topic and cross different approaches.
Discipline scientifique :  Optimisation et contrôle - Automatique / Robotique

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