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Pascal Combes , Al Kassem Jebai , François Malrait , Philippe Martin , Pierre Rouchon

Authors: Pascal Combes , Al Kassem Jebai , François Malrait , Philippe Martin , Pierre Rouchon, 2016 American Control Conference (ACC 2016), pp. 999 - 1005, July 6-8, 2016, Boston
We propose a method to “create” a new measurement output by exciting the system with a high-frequency oscillation. This new “virtual” measurement may be useful to facilitate the design of a suitable control law. The approach is especially interesting when the observability from the actual output degenerates at a steady-state regime of interest. The proposed method is based on second-order averaging and is illustrated by simulations on a simple third-order system.
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@Proceedings{2017-03-10,
author = {Pascal Combes, Al Kassem Jebai, François Malrait, Philippe Martin, Pierre Rouchon},
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title = {Adding virtual measurements by signal injection},
booktitle = {2016 American Control Conference (ACC 2016)},
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address = {Boston},
pages = {999 - 1005},
year = {2016},
abstract = {We propose a method to “create” a new measurement output by exciting the system with a high-frequency oscillation. This new “virtual” measurement may be useful to facilitate the design of a suitable control law. The approach is especially interesting when the observability from the actual output degenerates at a steady-state regime of interest. The proposed method is based on second-order averaging and is illustrated by simulations on a simple third-order system.},
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