A Bode sensitivity integral for linear timeperiodic systems
(2004) Reglermöte 2004 3. p.26442649 Abstract
 For linear timeinvariant systems Bode's sensitivity integral is a wellknown formula that quantifies some of thelimitations in feedback control. In this paper we show that a very similar formula holds for linear timeperiodicsystems. We use the infinitedimensional frequencyresponse operator called the harmonic transfer function to prove the result. It is shown that the harmonic transfer function isan analytic operator and a trace class operator under the assumption that the periodic system has rolloff 2. A periodic system has rolloff 2 if the first timevarying Markov parameter is equal to zero.
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 author
 Sandberg, Henrik ^{LU} and Bernhardsson, Bo ^{LU}
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 publishing date
 2004
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 publication status
 published
 subject
 keywords
 trace class operator, linear systems, timevarying systems, transfer functions, infinitedimensional frequencyresponse operator, harmonic transfer function, Bode sensitivity integral, analytic operator, timevarying Markov parameter, linear timeperiodic systems, frequency response
 host publication
 Proceedings 43rd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control
 volume
 3
 pages
 2644  2649
 publisher
 IEEEInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
 conference name
 Reglermöte 2004
 conference location
 Göteborg, Sweden
 conference dates
 20040526
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 ISSN
 01912216
 ISBN
 0780386825
 language
 English
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 7f8134f561f1485284d97909012fa2c1 (old id 536078)
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