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Resonant Control or Adaptive Feedforward Cancellation is a linear control technique dealing with periodic signals. It is based on the Internal Model Principle and let asymptotically track/reject periodic references/disturbances. Many papers
studying resonators in the continuous-time domain have been published, nevertheless, the increasing use of microcontrollers motivates its discrete-time design; sampled-data control systems are a rich subject of study and discretizing resonators from continuous-time is not enough to take into account all
the sampling effects. In this paper, a review of discrete-time AFC controllers is presented and some results of the classical continuous-time design techniques for resonators are translated into discrete-time
CitationOrellana, M.; Griño, R. Some considerations about discrete-time AFC controllers. A: IEEE Conference on Decision and Control. "Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE 52nd Annual Conference on Decision and Control: CDC 2013: December 10-13, 2013: Florence, Italy". Florència: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013, p. 6904-6909.
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