Several data-driven design methods for a feedback controller for an unknown plant were studied. The data conversion method (DCM), which is one of the methods, has improved the design ability for more various plants by using a new approach. This paper applies the revised DCM to a two degree of freedom controller. First, the paper discusses a theory when applying DCM to a two degree of freedom controller. Then, it discusses the application of DCM to three structures of two degree of freedom controllers. Several experiments show that a controller can be directly designed from outline waveforms to a two degree of freedom controller. As a result, the paper shows that DCM is a convenient method for designing a two degree of freedom controller compared to conventional methods.
|Title of host publication||16th International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems|
|Publication status||Published - 2016 Oct|