Practical Novel Tests for Ensuring Safe Adaptive Control
In this paper, we further illustrate the versatility and effectiveness of our novel tests for ensuring safe adaptive control in practice. The tests utilize a limited amount of experimental and possibly noisy data obtained from a closedloop-consisting of an existing known stabilizing controller connected to an unknown plant-to infer if the introduction of a prospective controller will stabilize the unknown plant. The need and importance of this arise in iterative identification and control...[Show more]
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