Challenges of Adaptive Control-Past, Permanent and Future
This paper reviews three different types of challenges to adaptive control. The first group comprises challenges met in the subject's development. They include difficulties associated with the MIT rule, bursting, the Rohr's counterexample and unplanned instability in iterative identification and control. An understanding of these phenomena and mitigating strategies are now available. The second group comprises difficulties that are intrinsic to virtually any adaptive control algorithm, and that...[Show more]
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