Full state feedback (FSF), or pole placement, is a method employed in feedback control system theory to place the closed-loop poles of a plant in pre-determined locations in the s-plane. Placing poles is desirable because the location of the poles corresponds directly to the eigenvalues of the system, which control the characteristics of the response of the system. The system must be considered controllable in order to implement this method.
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Here we use the 'place' command in Matlab to design full-state feedback gains to specify the eigenvalues of the closed-loop system. This is demonstrated on the inverted pendulum on a cart.See More
In this video we investigate practical implementation issues that may arise when attempting to use a full state feedback controller on a real system. We ill...See More