A Toolbox for Input-Output System Inversion
AbstractIn this paper a Matlab-based toolbox for the input-output system inversion of linear systems is presented. Different methods, based either on analytical or numerical approaches, are implemented. The toolbox can be exploited in the design of a feedforward action for control systems in different contexts in order to improve performances in the set-point regulation. The use of a pre-actuation and a post-actuation time can be easily analyzed as well as the role played by the choice of the desired output function.
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