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Proceedings of the 36th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
Two Input Output (IO) selection methods are proposed, aimed at finding the IO sets for which a robustly performing controller exists. To avoid time-consuming p-synthesis and use X , controller existence conditions instead, the structure in the combined uncertainty/performance block is "eliminated." The first (sufficiency-based) method augments the plant by diagonal ("D-") scalings, while the second (necessity-based) method absorbs an uncertainty representation into the plant.doi:10.1109/cdc.1997.649593 fatcat:mdrtpute2ja6fo4xg7bnbmhqou