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Stabilisability via time-delayed feedback: an eigenvalue optimisation approach

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In this talk we consider the stabilisability of dynamical systems via time-delayed state and output feedback control. Based on an eigenvalue optimisation approach in combination with a continuation argument and a result characterising properties of the optimum eigenvalue configurations, we obtain explicit expressions for stabilisability boundaries for two-dimensional systems. As time-delayed feedback can be used to approximate derivative feedback, we also give a comparison of the stabilisability via both types of feedback.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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