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2. Figure 2. 2. 6. Conclusion In this chapter, we provide a characterization of all state feedback controllers for solving the discrete-time stochastic mixed LQR/ H ∞ control problem for linear discrete-time systems by the technique of Xu (2008 and 2011) with the well known LQG theory. Sufficient conditions for the existence of all state feedback controllers solving the discrete-time stochastic mixed LQR/ H ∞ control problem are given in terms of a single algebraic Riccati equation with a free parameter matrix, plus two constrained conditions: One is a free parameter matrix con‐ strained condition on the form of the gain matrix, another is an assumption that the free pa‐ rameter matrix is a free admissible controller error.
The discrete-time descriptor system may not have causality, which leads to no solution of the system states. In , , such descriptor system behaviors are described and notion of regularity, non-impulse, causality, and admissibility are given. In  and , quadratic stability for continuous-time descriptor systems was considered. Its discrete-time system counterpart was investigated in  and . When we make a mathematical model for a physical system, time-delay is another phenomenon.
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