This report is intented as a supplement or an extension to the material used in connection to or after the courses Stochastic Adaptive Control (02421) and Static and Dynamic Optimization (02711) given at the Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modelling, The Technical University of Denmark. The focus is in this report related to the problem of handling a set point or a constant reference in a state space setting. In principle just about any (state space control) design methodology may be applied. Here the presentation is based on LQ design, but other types such as poleplacement can be applied as well. This is the Monte Petriolo paper which is a compilation of results gathered from the litterature. A major part of the results are collected from the basic control litterature during a sabatical year at Oxford university and is further compiled and reported in Monte Petriolo (Umbria, Italy).
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