Two-Degree-of-Freedom Controller Tuning
Two-degree-of-freedom controllers have the ability to affect the dynamics of a system when the reference value changes. The answer to the question of parameter tuning for this additional lter still remains unclear we describe a new method for the design of said controller. We compare the behaviour of the controllers designed using the presented method versus the classic method on several instances.
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