### Table 6.1 Comparison of digital resources used by conventional and proposed anti- windup PI controllers

### Table 4.1 Integral state of the proposed stochastic anti-windup PI controller

### Table 2 shows the results of applying the stability tests from Theorems 2, 3, 4 (using a nite series expansion of the multiplier), and the o -axis circle criterion, for various values of H1 = L in the observer-based anti-windup scheme. The corresponding multipliers X ? W (s)

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"... In PAGE 23: ... Table2 : Application of various AWBT stability conditions establishing stability for the four cases above, using Theorem 4 and the nite dimensional approximation of the multiplier, as discussed in x3.2.... ..."

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### Table 2: Application of various AWBT stability conditions

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"... In PAGE 22: ... Note that the Hanus apos; conditioned controller has no free AWBT parameters to \tune quot; or optimize nonlinear performance. Table2 shows the results of applying the stability tests from Theorems 2, 3, 4 (using a nite series expansion of the multiplier), and the o -axis circle criterion, for various values of H1 = L in the observer-based anti-windup scheme. The corresponding multipliers X ? W (s) establishing stability for the four cases above, using Theorem 4 and the nite dimensional approximation of the multiplier, as discussed in x3.... ..."

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### Table 1 ACTUATOR/SENSOR COMBINATIONS EVALUATED

in On-Orbit Application Of H-Infinity To The Middeck Active Controls Experiment: Overview Of Results

"... In PAGE 3: ... Several sensor and actuator combinations were of interest for each of the two hardware configurations. These combinations are summarized in Table1 . The first case investigated was single axis control in the X and Z directions using single-input, single-output (SISO) control.... In PAGE 8: ... RESULTS A variety of control configurations were tested. A summary of the actuator and sensor combinations evaluated for both hardware configurations was given in Table1 . SISO X and Z axis control designs were successfully tested on-orbit for both hardware Configurations 1 and 2.... ..."

### Table 1 ACTUATOR/SENSOR COMBINATIONS EVALUATED

in ON-ORBIT APPLICATION OF H-INFINITY TO THE MIDDECK ACTIVE CONTROLS EXPERIMENT: OVERVIEW OF RESULTS

"... In PAGE 3: ... Several sensor and actuator combinations were of interest for each of the two hardware configurations. These combinations are summarized in Table1 . The first case investigated was single axis control in the X and Z directions using single-input, single-output (SISO) control.... In PAGE 8: ... RESULTS A variety of control configurations were tested. A summary of the actuator and sensor combinations evaluated for both hardware configurations was given in Table1 . SISO X and Z axis control designs were successfully tested on-orbit for both hardware Configurations 1 and 2.... ..."

### Table 1.3: Parameters in numerical studies of bubble columns. E-E is Euler-Euler, E-L is Euler-Lagrange.

### Table 1 ACTUATOR/SENSOR COMBINATIONS EVALUATED

in On-Orbit Application of H-Infinity to the Middeck Active Controls Experiment: Overview of Results

"... In PAGE 3: ... Several sensor and actuator combinations were of interest for each of the two hardware configurations. These combinations are summarized in Table1 . The first case investigated was single axis control in the X and Z directions using single-input, single-output (SISO) control.... In PAGE 8: ... RESULTS A variety of control configurations were tested. A summary of the actuator and sensor combinations evaluated for both hardware configurations was given in Table1 . SISO X and Z axis control designs were successfully tested on-orbit for both hardware Configurations 1 and 2.... ..."

### Table 1 ACTUATOR/SENSOR COMBINATIONS EVALUATED

in ON-ORBIT APPLICATION OF H-INFINITY TO THE MIDDECK ACTIVE CONTROLS EXPERIMENT: OVERVIEW OF RESULTS

### Table 1. DFCS Actuator Fault Handling

"... In PAGE 6: ...ection 3.3. All detection and handling is performed simultaneously within each actuator. Table1 gives an overview of the mechanisms, and implicitly presents some dependencies that will appear in the analysis of distributed fault tolerance. The DFCS cannot recover from permanent faults during runtime, instead the infected area or node is lost, giving a redundancy loss of the system.... In PAGE 6: ...) must lead to streamlining of the affected control surface followed by a reconfiguration, by which the remain ing six control surfaces must compensate for the missing surface. Table1 summarizes the fault-handling mechanisms of the DFCS. As the table shows, there are 5 faults (rows) in which the system will resort to reconfigured mode to compensate for a streamlining control surface.... In PAGE 9: ...hardware replication while permanent actuator faults lead to a degraded operating mode and CLC reconfiguration, see Table1 . The question is how does the DFCS deal with single permanent actuator faults? That is, how do we ensure that the actuator nodes reflect the streamlining decision by one node in the future behavior of all remaining nodes (Req.... ..."