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Most Cited Articles of European Journal of Control


2 papers from researchers of Gipsa-lab are in the list of the most cited articles in European Journal of Control (Elsevier) since 2011.

Integrated vehicle dynamics control via coordination of active front steering and rear braking
Volume 19, Issue 2, March 2013, Pages 121-143
Moustapha Doumiati | Olivier Sename | Luc Dugard | John Jairo Martinez-Molina | Peter Gaspar | Zoltan Szabo
This paper investigates the coordination of active front steering and rear braking in a driver-assist system for vehicle yaw control. The proposed control system aims at stabilizing the vehicle while achieving a desired yaw rate. During normal driving situations, active steering control is involved for steerability enhancement. However, when the vehicle reaches the handling limits, both steering and braking collaborate together to ensure vehicle stability. The coordination of these actuators is achieved through a suitable gain scheduled LPV (Linear Parameter Varying) controller. The controller is synthesized within the LMI (Linear Matrix Inequalities) framework, while warranting robust H 1 performances. Time and frequency simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed control scheme when the vehicle is subject to various critical driving situations. © 2013 European Control Association.

Benchmark on adaptive regulation-rejection of unknown/time-varying multiple narrow band disturbances
Volume 19, Issue 4, July 2013, Pages 237-252
Ioan Doré Landau | Abraham Castellanos Silva | Tudor Bogdan Airimitoaie | Gabriel Buche | Mathieu Noë
Adaptive regulation is an important issue with a lot of potential for applications in active suspension, active vibration control, disc drives control and active noise control. One of the basic problems from the "control system" point of view is the rejection of multiple unknown and time varying narrow band disturbances without using an additional transducer for getting information upon the disturbances. An adaptive feedback approach has to be considered for this problem. Industry needs to know the state of the art in the field based on a solid experimental verification on a representative system using currently available technology. The paper presents a benchmark problem for suppression of multiple unknown and/or time-varying vibrations and an associated active vibration control system using an inertial actuator with which the experimental verifications have been done. The objective is to minimize the residual force by applying an appropriate control effort through the inertial actuator. The system does not use any additional transducer for getting real-time information about the disturbances. The benchmark has three levels of difficulty and the associated control performance specifications are presented. A simulator of the system has been used by the various contributors to the benchmark to test their methodology. The procedure for real-time experiments is briefly described.1 The performance measurement methods used will be presented as well as an extensive comparison of the results obtained by various approaches.2 © 2013 European Control Association. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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