Saberi, Ali, Stoorvogel, Anton A., Sannuti, Peddapullaiah
2007, XIV, 723 p.
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The focus of this book is on filtering for linear processes, and its primary goal is to design filters from a class of linear stable unbiased filters that yield an estimation error with the lowest root-mean-square (RMS) norm. Various hierarchical classes of filtering problems are defined based on the availability of statistical knowledge regarding noise, disturbances, and other uncertainties.
An important characteristic of the approach employed in this work for several aspects of filter analysis and design is structural in nature, revealing an inherent freedom to incorporate other classical secondary engineering constraints—such as placement of filter poles at desired locations—in filter design. Such a structural approach requires an understanding of powerful tools that then may be used in several engineering applications besides filtering.
Key features and topics covered:
* Provides an in-depth structural study of powerful tools such as Riccati equations, linear matrix inequalities, and quadratic matrix inequalities.
* Develops a general and structural theory of H2 and H-infinity optimal filtering as well as generalized H2 and H-infinity optimal filtering in a broad framework with an extensive and complete analysis and synthesis of filter design.
* Examines several hierarchically ordered layers of noise decoupled filtering problems under a single umbrella.
* Illustrates the application of filtering theory to fault detection, isolation, and estimation.
Filtering Theory is aimed at a broad audience of practicing engineers, graduate students, and researchers in filtering, signal processing, and control. The book may serve as an advanced graduate text for a course or seminar in filtering theory in applied mathematics or engineering departments. Prerequisites for the reader are a first graduate course in state-space methods as well as a first course in filtering.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Bias - Filter - H-infinity filtering - H2 filtering - Information - STATISTICA - Signal - communication networks - decoupled filtering - delayed filtering - filtering theory - inverse filtering - layers - micro-alloy transistor - signal processing
Preface Introduction Preliminaries A Special Coordinate Basis (SCB) of Linear Multivariable Systems Algebraic Riccati Equations and Matrix Inequalities Exact Disturbance Decoupling via State and Full Information Feedback Almost Disturbance Decoupling via State and Full Information Feedback Exact Input-Decoupling Filters Almost Input-Decoupled Filtering Under White Noise Input Almost Input-Decoupled Filtering Without Statistical Assumptions on Input Optimally (Suboptimally) Input-Decoupling Filtering Under White Noise Input—H2 Filtering Optimally (Suboptimally) Input-Decoupled Filtering Without Statistical Information on the Input—H-infinity Filtering Generalized H2 Suboptimally Input-Decoupled Filtering Generalized H-infinity Suboptimally Input-Decoupled Filtering Fault Detection, Isolation, and Estimation—Exact or Almost Fault Estimation Fault Detection, Isolation, and Estimation—Optimal Fault Estimation Index References