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Multivariable Control in 40 Minutes

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This is a tutorial talk, originally given to control engineers in the automotive industry. It gives a very high-level overview of multivariable control (and, at the same time, of robust control). It assumes that the audience is familiar with single-input single-output control design, roughly at the level of the CUED IB course “Linear Systems and Control” (Nyquist theorem, Bode plots, stability margins). Also a little familiarity with state-space systems will be useful but not necessary. The talk may be helpful for orientation of new research students embarking on the first-year Reading Club.

The seminar will be held in LR5 , Baker Building, Department of Engineering, and online (zoom):

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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