A behavioral approach to optimal control
Weiland, Siep and Stoorvogel, Anton A. (2001) A behavioral approach to optimal control. In: European Control Conference, 47 september 2001, Porto, Portugal (pp. pp. 854859).

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Abstract:  In this paper we consider a formulation of the optimal control problem in which the controller is not viewed as an operator that transforms measurements to controls. Instead, the controller is assumed to be a device that constrains a set of apriori specified interconnection variables so as to achieve a controlled system whose manifest variables have a free component and satisfy an upperbound on the norm of its impulse response. We formalize and solve this problem in a behavioral setting, that is, without reference to system representations and inputoutput structures. The equivalance between the control problem, the generalized control problem and the LQ optimal control problem are established. 
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