An outline of the linear control system synthesis by a proper, stable rational functions approach
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In the process of designing controllers for linear multivariable plants specially effective are algebraic methods which require from the transfer matrices of both, the plant and the controller to be presented in coprime fractional form with factorization carried on with respect to the ring of exponentially-stable, proper real-rational functions. The main objective of the paper is to show that this form of representation with simultaneous parametrization of all linear controllers that provide internal stability of the closed-loop system can be achieved in the simplest and most natural way by analysing the system shown in Fig. 3 - the so-called basic structure. Problems of choosing the parameter to meet some important design specifications, viz. a robust asymptotic tracking of the reference signal with disturbance and noise rejection are also considered and illustrated by two representative examples covering the area of continuous- and discrete-time systems.