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Iterative learning control for nonlinear systems described by a blended multiple model representation. (English) Zbl 1030.93017
The authors solve the iterative learning control synthesis problem for a class of nonlinear, continuous systems by applying the linearization approach to obtain the so-called blended multiple model representation. Unfortunately the class is not specified clearly. Also, the example is rather noninformative as it is very simple, scalar and with simple nonlinearity class, i.e. bilinear, which can suggest that all the results are limited to this nonlinearity type.

MSC:
93B51 Design techniques (robust design, computer-aided design, etc.)
93B18 Linearizations
93B50 Synthesis problems
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