The proposed control can be divided into two sub-controllers: one uses state feedback and the other uses the Diophantine equations. The complete nonlinear design guarantees the convergence to a neighborhood of origin from any initial state in finite time; thus, providing a stable deadbeat performance. Results shows that the ripple-free deadbeat controller is able to track the input signal and the error decays to zero in a finite number of sampling times.
MOHAMMED ELAMASSIE (2021). Multi-rate Ripple-Free Deadbeat Control for Nonlinear Systems Using Diophantine Equations (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/37891-multi-rate-ripple-free-deadbeat-control-for-nonlinear-systems-using-diophantine-equations), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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Elaydi H, Elamassie M. Multi-rate Ripple-Free Deadbeat Control for Nonlinear Systems Using Diophantine Equations. International Journal of Engineering and Technology. 2012 Aug 1;4(4):489.
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