by West Virginia University--Kanawha Valley Graduate Center in [Nitro] .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||WVU-KVGC professional development lectures, v. 2, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .W33 vol. 2, no. 1, TP155.75 .W33 vol. 2, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||73621778|
Adaptive Control and Optimal Control methods. The book shows how ADP can be used to design a family of adaptive optimal control algorithms that converge in real-time to optimal control solutions by measuring data along the system trajectories. Generally, in the current. AND OPTIMAL ADAPTIVE CONTROL In this book we have presented a variety of methods for the analysis and design of optimal control systems. Design has generally been based on solving matrix design equations assuming full knowledge of the system dynamics. Optimal control is fundamentally a backward-in-time problem, as we have seen espe-. Introduction to the theory of optimal adaptive control systems --Game-theoretic approach to the formulation of adaptive control problems --Application of minimax theory to the design of adaptive control systems --Synthesis of Bayes control policies for discrete time adaptive control systems --Control of linear systems with a Markov property. Significant detail on the theory of optimal adaptive control via ADP can be found in the book by Bertsekas (). The majority of the work regarding adaptive optimal control work is enshrined in ADP using adaptive actor-critic methods. For instance, work by He et al. () presents an optimal adaptive scheme in the presence of input.
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Runggaldier, W.J. and Zane, O., Approximations for discrete-time adaptive control: construction of ɛ-optimal controls, Math. Control Signals Systems 4 (), . He is with the Control and Estimation Tools development team at The MathWorks, Inc. His research interest is in the areas of nonlinear control, optimal control, neural network control, and adaptive intelligent systems. He is the author/co-author of one book, two book chapters, 13 journal papers and 17 refereed conference proceedings. A study of adaptive control processes that shows how the functional-equation technique of dynamic programming can be used in their analytical and computational treatment. Several adaptive control processes pertaining to a system governed by an inhomogeneous Van der Pol equation are discussed, one of which involves optimal control of the system. This paper briefly reviews state-of-the-art adaptive control systems. It includes a general introduction, followed by the fundamental motivations behind the inception of adaptive controls as well.