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2020 Australian and New Zealand Control Conference (ANZCC)
This paper addresses a phenomenon caused by resetting only one of the two states of a so-called second order "Constant in gain Lead in phase" (CgLp) element. CgLp is a recently introduced reset-based nonlinear element, bound to circumvent the well-known linear control limitation -the waterbed effect. The ideal behaviour of such a filter in the frequency domain is unity gain while providing a phase lead for a broad range of frequencies, which clearly violates the linear Bode's gain phasedoi:10.1109/anzcc50923.2020.9318363 fatcat:yu6wkpg24rdwvn4nrhje46ve4y