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“…In the case of complex and highly automated systems, the probability of faults is bigger. A conventional feedback control design may result in an unsatisfactory performance in the event of malfunctions in the actuators, sensors, or other components (Sollazzo et al, 2010). It is necessary to design control methods that ensure nominal performance, when the occurrence of faults is taken into account (Noura et al, 2009), (Hwang et al, 2010).…”
Section: Increasing Validity By Fault-tolerant Techniquesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the case of complex and highly automated systems, the probability of faults is bigger. A conventional feedback control design may result in an unsatisfactory performance in the event of malfunctions in the actuators, sensors, or other components (Sollazzo et al, 2010). It is necessary to design control methods that ensure nominal performance, when the occurrence of faults is taken into account (Noura et al, 2009), (Hwang et al, 2010).…”
Section: Increasing Validity By Fault-tolerant Techniquesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…3) is composed by two macro-elements, the inner loop to control the angular rate components p, q and r and the outer loop to control the angles ϕ, θ, β. Both the modules are based on Adaptive Model Following Control strategy (Sollazzo et al, 2009;Poderico et al, 2014 for further details).…”
Section: Simulation Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%