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In this case, a discrete-time static output feedback stochastic mixed LQR/H ∞ controllers is parameterized as follows: 21 22 Advances in Discrete Time Systems F ∞ = − U 2−1 B2T U 3 AC2T (C2C2T )−1 In this chapter, we will not prove the convergence of the above algorithm. This will is anoth‐ er subject. 5. Numerical Examples In this section, we present two examples to illustrate the design methods displayed in Sec‐ tion 3 and 4 respectively. 9302; thus it is open-loop unstable. 1, we solve the 0 1 discrete-time Riccati equation (20) to get X i ,U 1(i) , K i (i = 0,1,2, ⋯ ,10)and the corresponding LetR = 1,Q = closed-loop poles.
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