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2023; 21(6): 2043-2053

Published online May 6, 2023

https://doi.org/10.1007/s12555-021-0789-2

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Iterative Learning Identification and Control for Discrete-time Linear Time-varying Systems with Iteration Varying Lengths

Chao Liang

Abstract

In the paper, iterative learning identification (ILI) and iterative learning control (ILC) for linear timevarying systems (LTVSs) with iteration varying lengths are investigated. A new ILI algorithm is firstly proposed, which makes the best of the available information in the incomplete iteration process. The identification speed of system parameters is improved. Then, on the basis of zero-compensation mechanism, a norm optimal ILC is presented for LTVSs with iteration varying lengths. From the perspective of iterative learning gain, the relationship between the two algorithms is analyzed when iterative learning gain is designed by using the identification model. Further, different from zero-compensation mechanism, a new compensation mechanism based on identification model obtained by ILI algorithm is proposed and an ILC algorithm by using compensation mechanism based on identification model is designed. The convergence speed for tracking performance of ILC algorithm with compensation mechanism based on identification model can be improved in comparison with the existing method. The convergence conditions of all algorithms are analyzed. An example is used to validate the designed algorithms.

Keywords Compensation mechanism based on identification model, iteration varying lengths, iterative learning control, iterative learning identification, linear time-varying systems, zero-compensation mechanism.

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Regular Papers

2023; 21(6): 2043-2053

Published online June 1, 2023 https://doi.org/10.1007/s12555-021-0789-2

Copyright © The International Journal of Control, Automation, and Systems.

Iterative Learning Identification and Control for Discrete-time Linear Time-varying Systems with Iteration Varying Lengths

Chao Liang

Abstract

In the paper, iterative learning identification (ILI) and iterative learning control (ILC) for linear timevarying systems (LTVSs) with iteration varying lengths are investigated. A new ILI algorithm is firstly proposed, which makes the best of the available information in the incomplete iteration process. The identification speed of system parameters is improved. Then, on the basis of zero-compensation mechanism, a norm optimal ILC is presented for LTVSs with iteration varying lengths. From the perspective of iterative learning gain, the relationship between the two algorithms is analyzed when iterative learning gain is designed by using the identification model. Further, different from zero-compensation mechanism, a new compensation mechanism based on identification model obtained by ILI algorithm is proposed and an ILC algorithm by using compensation mechanism based on identification model is designed. The convergence speed for tracking performance of ILC algorithm with compensation mechanism based on identification model can be improved in comparison with the existing method. The convergence conditions of all algorithms are analyzed. An example is used to validate the designed algorithms.

Keywords: Compensation mechanism based on identification model, iteration varying lengths, iterative learning control, iterative learning identification, linear time-varying systems, zero-compensation mechanism.

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February 2024

Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 347~729

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