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Bidirectional branch and bound for controlled variable selection Part I : principles and minimum singular value criterion
The minimum singular value (MSV) rule is a useful tool for selecting controlled variables (CVs) from the available measurements. However, the application of the MSV rule to large-scale problems is difficult, as all feasible ...
Achievable PID performance using sums of squares programming
In addition to process elements like time delay, the PID structure of the controller can pose fundamental limitations on the achievable control performance. A key difficulty in characterizing the limitations due to controller ...
On-line digital holographic measurement of size and shape of microparticles for crystallization processes
Crystallization is a widely used chemical process that finds applications in pharmaceutical industries. In an industrial crystallization process, it is not only important to produce pure crystals but also to control the ...