1991 Volume 4 Issue 11 Pages 462-472
The quadratic stability theory is known as a powerful method for robust stabilization of uncertain systems. This paper applies it to the tracking problem from the viewpoint of the inverse regulator problem and proposes a method of designing robust tracking controllers for linear systems with uncertain parameters. First, we solve the inverse problem of a quadratically stabilization problem. We then apply this result to Inverse LQ design theory and then give a criterion of choosing design parameters assuring quadratic stability of the closed system. Finally we show an example to illustrate the validity of the design method.