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Minimal-norm static feedbacks using dissipative Hamiltonian matrices

by   Nicolas Gillis, et al.
University of Mons
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

In this paper, we characterize the set of static-state feedbacks that stabilize a given continuous linear-time invariant system pair using dissipative Hamiltonian matrices. This characterization results in a parametrization of feedbacks in terms of skew-symmetric and symmetric positive semidefinite matrices, and leads to a semidefinite program that computes a static-state stabilizing feedback. This characterization also allows us to propose an algorithm that computes minimal-norm static feedbacks. The theoretical results extend to the static-output feedback (SOF) problem, and we also propose an algorithm to tackle this problem. We illustrate the effectiveness of our algorithm compared to state-of-the-art methods for the SOF problem on numerous numerical examples from the COMPLeIB library.


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