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Systems Engineering, International Conference on (2011)
Las Vegas, Nevada USA
Aug. 16, 2011 to Aug. 18, 2011
ISBN: 978-0-7695-4495-3
pp: 49-54
The behavioral framework for modelling and control is a framework that does not distinguish \textit{a priori} between input and output of a system. Control in the behavioral framework does not make use of the intelligent control scheme consisting of observation of system output and feedback. Instead it relies on the interconnection of the to-be-controlled system to an appropriate controller, yielding the desired overall behaviour. In this paper, such a scheme is presented and compared to a feedback control scheme based on a numerical study. A focussed introduction into the behavioral framework with the concepts important for this paper is presented.
Adaptive system and control, Errors in variables identification, Recursive identification

T. Larkowski, K. Burnham and R. Pfaff, "An Application of Adaptive Control in the Behavioural Framework," Systems Engineering, International Conference on(ICSENG), Las Vegas, Nevada USA, 2011, pp. 49-54.
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