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# Suboptimal control in the stochastic nonlinear dynamic systems

## 1. Suboptimal control in the stochastic nonlinear dynamic systems

CNSA-2017Butirskiy E.U.

Doctor of physical and mathematical sciences,

SPSU

Ponkratova K.I.

Postgraduate student, SPSU

Saint-Petersburg

2017

## 2.

Objective. Development of a method for solvingtask of suboptimal control in stochastic

nonlinear dynamical systems.

Subject of study. Stochastic non-linear control

systems.

Object of study. Application of splines in the

problem of suboptimal control in stochastic

nonlinear dynamical systems.

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## 3. Linear stochastic control systems

The optimization problem for linear stochastic controlsystems is reduced to two successive steps:

1. Optimal filtering with using the Kalman-Bucy filter;

2. Deterministic control where the state of the system is its

evaluation.

The basic principle underlying the application of such

sequence of actions is the principle of separation (the

separation theorem).

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## 4. The principle of separation (the principle of stochastic equivalence)

In accordance with the principle of separation, theproblem of synthesizing a stochastic linear optimal

control system with incomplete information about

the state is divided into two:

The problem of synthesis of a linear optimal

observer;

Deterministic task of synthesis of an optimal

system.

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## 5. The principle of separation (the principle of stochastic equivalence)

A stochastic linear optimal controller consists of alinear optimal observer and a deterministic optimal

controller.

n1

n0

z

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## 6. Nonlinear stochastic control systems

For nonlinear stochastic control systems, the separationprinciple is not always possible, since it has not been

proved for them. On the other hand, the presence of

non-linearity leads to the fact that even if the formation

noise and observations are Gaussian, then the state is

non-Gaussian. The latter negatively affects the work of

the Kalman-Bucy filter it becomes not optimal and even

inoperative.

Therefore, approaches that allow us to find sub-optimal

estimates are relevant. In this connection, the use of

splines in the theory of control of stochastic systems is

promising and important both from the theoretical and

practical point of view.

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## 7. Spline

is a function that is an algebraic polynomial on everypartial interval of interpolation, and on the whole given

interval is continuous along with several of its derivatives.

A spline curve is any composite curve formed by polynomial

sections that satisfy given conditions of continuity at the

boundaries of sections.

There are different types of splines used at the moment and

differing in the type of polynomials and certain specific

boundary conditions. The spline curve is given through a set

of coordinates of points, called control (reference), which

indicate the general shape of the curve. Then a piecewisecontinuous parametric polynomial function is selected from

these points (Fig. 1).

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## 8. Linear spline

The linear spline is described by the following equation:where the coefficients can be found by the formulas:

Linear spline has a number of distinctive advantages: it

is a significant reduction in computational costs and

universality.

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## 9. Nonlinear stochastic control systems

Spline approximation of a nonlinear function f xf x

S x

Figure 1. Representation of a function f x by linear

spline S x .

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## 10. Nonlinear stochastic control systems

Let the control of the object and measurement modelsbe described by stochastic differential equations:

dx

f x V t u g1 t n1 t , x t0 x 0 ,

dt

z C t x g 2 t n 2 t , z t0 0,

(1)

where f (x) is a nonlinear smooth function (optional

condition).

We represent f(x) in the form of a spline of the first

order: f (x) S x A t x B t .

n

n

A t hij aij

, B t hij bij .

i 1

[ m m]

i 1

[ m 1]

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## 11. Nonlinear stochastic control systems

With the approximation by splines of the expression (1)takes the form:

dx

A t x B t V t u g1 t n1 t , x t0 x0 ,

dt

z C t x g 2 t n 2 t , z t0 0.

n

n

A t hij aij

, B t hij bij

,

i 1

[ m m]

i 1

[ m 1]

(2)

1 if x xi , xi 1 )

hi xi , xi 1

.

0

if

x

x

,

x

)

i i 1

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## 12. Nonlinear stochastic control systems

We denote byztt0 = z , t0 t R1 t g1 t g1T t , R2 t g2 t gT2 t

Suppose that at the control at time t information about all

observations on the time interval [t0, t] is used.

The set of admissible controls form functions

u t u t , z tt0

t T , u t R ,

q

which depend on previous observations, for which the

system (1) has a unique solution.

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## 13. Optimal control

Functional of quality of controlt

11 T

1

J x t S t x t uT t Q t u t dt xT t1 Λ x t1

2 t0

2

(3)

It is required to find a control u t , ztt from the set of

admissible ones that ensures the minimum of the

functional (3).

0

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## 14. Sub-optimal control

tu

t

,

z

Statement. Suboptimal control

t0

in the task (1)

with the criterion of quality (3) has the form:

u t u t , z tt0 Q 1BT K 2 t x t .

dx

A t x B V t u K t z t C t x , x t0 m 0

dt

dK 2 t

dt

AT t K 2 t K 2 t A t K 2 t B t Q 1 t BT t K 2 t S t ,

K t Γ t CT t R 21 t K 2 t Λ.

dΓ t

dt

AΓ ΓAT ΓCT R 21CΓ R1

Γ t0 D0x

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## 15. Sub-optimal control

K 2 t- symmetric matrix of the gain factors of the

optimal controller,

K t - matrix of the gain factors of filter coefficients

dimension (n × m),

Γ t x t x t x t x t - covariance

matrix of estimation error,

T

x t x t z tt0 - estimation of the state vector of the

control object model from the results of observations.

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## 16. Sub-optimal control

The system of equations on slide 14 is the Kalman-Bucy equation inthe representation of a nonlinear function in the form of linear

splines and describes the procedure for sub-optimal filtering and

control for a nonlinear stochastic system described by equations

(1). In general, the use of linear splines not only allowed us to solve

the problem, but also circumvented the restriction of the

separation theorem, which in principle was proved only for linear

systems (for nonlinear systems, the question remains open).

Splines allowed for each of the intervals to apply linear filtration

and the principle of separation.

As the results of the simulation show, the estimation of the state of

the system with the spline approximation very closely coincides

with the true value. Moreover, the number of the interval does not

influence the quality of the estimation.

Improve the quality by increasing the number of intervals. The

increase in the variance of observation noise is also adversely

affected in the case of optimal filtering and control, and in the case

of spline approximation.

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## 17. Results of simulation of the filtration task

The state of the system x i and its estimate x i obtainedwith the linear spline:

xi

xi

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## 18. Conclusions

1. The use of splines allows one to solve problems in nonlinearstochastic control systems (NSCS) that are defined not only by

a scalar but also by a matrix-vector equation.

2. The spline approximation has the global meaning, not local, as

in the case of Taylor series expansion.

3. Extrapolation of the obtained results to the case of parabolic

splines does not present difficulties, and the advantages of the

proposed approach in comparison with the known sub-optimal

methods of nonlinear filtration become even more significant.

4. The application of splines in HSCS of order higher than 2 does

not give special advantages in accuracy, but considerably

complicates the Kalman-Bucy filter and does not even allow it

to be realized.

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## 19. Bibliography

[1] Burova I. G., Demyanovich Yu. K. Theory ofminimal splines. St. Petersburg State University,

(2001);

[2] Ogarkov M. A. Methods of statistical estimation of

parameters of random processes, - M .:

Energoatomizdat, (1990);

[3] Afanasiev V. N., Kolmanovsky V. B., Nosov V. R.

Mathematical theory of designing control systems. Moscow: Higher School, (1989).

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