Robust Control, Part 1: What Is Robust Control?

This video covers a high-level introduction to robust control. The goal is to get you up to speed with some of the terminology and to give you a better understanding of what robust control is and how it fits into the larger control field.

A system is robust if it’s capable of meeting requirements (usually stability or performance measures) even in the presence of model or disturbance uncertainty. Basically, it’s being able to say, “I don’t know my system perfectly or the environment it’s going to operate within, but I’m confident it’s going to work!”

And robust control theory is how we get that confidence. It’s a method or an approach that we can use to design a system in a way that can handle uncertainty.

In this first video, we put some intuition behind these definition

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