A robust control system meets stability and performance requirements for all possible values of uncertain parameters. Although Monte-Carlo parameter sampling can yield a general idea of system performance across all uncertainty ranges, it cannot produce a guaranteed analysis of the worst-case parameter combination. The robustness analysis commands in this category directly calculate the upper and lower bounds on worst-case performance without random sampling. You can also calculate robustness margins that tell you how much variation in uncertain parameters the system can tolerate.
|Disk-based stability margins of feedback loops|
|Interpret disk gain and phase margins|
|Gap metric and Vinnicombe (nu-gap) metric for distance between two systems|
|Left normalized coprime factorization|
|Right normalized coprime factorization|
|Calculate normalized coprime stability margin of plant-controller feedback loop|
|Sensitivity functions of plant-controller feedback loop|
|Compute L2 norm of continuous-time system in feedback with discrete-time system|
|Time response of sampled-data feedback system|
Understand the relationships among measures of robust stability, robust performance, and worst-case gain.
Calculate the robust stability and examine the worst-case gain of a closed-loop uncertain system.
wcgain to compute the worst-case sensitivity and
complementary sensitivity functions of feedback control structures.
Analyze and quantify the robustness of feedback control systems with uncertainty, and understand the relationship between robustness and the structured singular value, μ.
Create a MIMO system with parametric uncertainty and analyze it for robust stability and worst-case performance.
Systems with only real uncertain parameters can have discontinuities in the structured singular value μ that hide robustness issues.