# Linear Matrix Inequalities in System and Control Theory Solmaz Sajjadi Kia Adviser: Prof. Jabbari System, Dynamics and Control Seminar UCI, MAE Dept. April.

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Linear Matrix Inequalities in System and Control Theory Solmaz Sajjadi Kia Adviser: Prof. Jabbari System, Dynamics and Control Seminar UCI, MAE Dept. April 14, 2008

Linear Matrix Inequality (LMI)  Set of n polynomial inequalities in x, e.g.,  Convex constraint on x

Matrices as Variable Multiple LMIs

LMI Problems Feasibility Minimization Problem

How do we cast our control problems in LMI form? We rely on quadratic function V(x)=x’Px Three Useful Properties to Cast Problems in Convex LMI From  Congruent Transformation  S-Procedure  Schur Complement

Congruent transformation

Stable State Feedback Synthesis Problem

S Procedure Three Useful Properties to Cast Problems in Convex LMI From  Congruent Transformation  S-Procedure  Schur Complement

Reachable Set/Invariant Set for Peak Bound Disturbance  The reachable set (from zero): is the set of points the state vector can reach with zero initial condition, given some limitations on the disturbance.  The invariant set: is the set that the state vector does not leave once it is inside of it, again given some limits on the disturbance.

Reachable Set/Invariant Set for Peak Bound Disturbance Ellipsoidal Estimate Peak Bound Disturbance

Linear (thus convex) Verses Nonlinear Convex inequality Nonlinear (convex) inequalities are converted to LMI form using Schur Complement Three Useful Properties to Cast Problems in Convex LMI From  Congruent Transformation  S-Procedure  Schur Complement

H ∞ or L 2 Gain

Norm of a vector in an ellipsoid Find Max of ||u||=||Kx|| for x in {x| x T Px≤c 2 }

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Good Reference  Prof. Jabbari’s Note on LMIs  S. Boyd, L. El Ghaoui, E. Feron, V. Balakrishnan, “Linear Matrix Inequalities in Systems and Control Theory”

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