2015
DOI: 10.1109/iccas.2015.7364928
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Abstract: Controllability is a structural property that carries information useful for control system design such as actuator placement. There are several measures to determine the locations and types of actuators, and one of them is degree of disturbance rejection capability (DODR) which is a quantitative measure representing how controllable the system is under the presence of persistent disturbance. However, it is hard to obtain the steady-state solution of DOOR if the system is marginally stable because of several …

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