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Title: Controller System Design Using the Coefficient Diagram Method
Authors: João Paulo Coelho
Tatiana Martins Pinho
José Boaventura
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: Coefficient diagram method is a controller design technique for linear time-invariant systems. This design procedure occurs into two different domains: an algebraic and a graphical. The former is closely paired to a conventional pole placement method and the latter consists on a diagram whose reading from the plotted curves leads to insights regarding closed-loop control system time response, stability and robustness. The controller structure has two degrees of freedom and the design process leads to both low overshoot closed-loop time response and good robustness performance regarding mismatches between the real system and the design model. This article presents an overview on this design method. In order to make more transparent the presented theoretical concepts, examples in Matlab (R) code are provided. The included code illustrates both the algebraic and the graphical nature of the coefficient diagram design method.
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