2008, English, Article edition: On Useful Redundancy in Dynamic Inverse Problems Related Optimization Alamir, Mazen

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  • On Useful Redundancy in Dynamic Inverse Problems Related Optimization
Author
  • Alamir, Mazen
Published
  • HAL - CCSD
  • 2008
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  • In this paper, it is pointed-out that inverse problems arising in nonlinear control systems design such as state reconstruction and/​or parameter estimation are naturally redundant. It is also shown that this redundancy can be used to enhance avoiding singularity heuristics. Some related algorithms are discussed and illustrated on a simple example of chemical reactors. These algorithms can be added to any optimization algorithm in order to enforce the singularity avoidance capabilities.
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