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In this paper an LPV non-integer order control model of an irrigation canal is derived from
system identification experiments. This model is experimentally obtained by using the described LPV
fractional identification procedure. This procedure consists on the identification of a non-linear order
model in each operation point of the canal. The global LPV model is obtained by the polynomial
interpolation of the parameters of the local models. The validation results show that fractional models are
more accurate than integer models. Therefore the fractional models have an important role to play in
management and efficient use of water resources.
CitationBolea, Y. [et al.]. An LPV Fractional Model for Canal Control. A: IFAC Symposium on System Identification. "15th IFAC Symposium on System Identification, 2009". Saint-Malo: PERGAMON PRESS. IFAC SERIES., 2009, p. 1786-1791.
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