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Design of a supervised flight control system for aircraft relative guidance

Abstract : In this paper, the automation of the relative guidance is performed thanks to the recursive non-linear control technique, namely backstepping according to M. Krstic et al. (1995). This is quite new design methodology for construction of both feedback control laws and associated Lyapunov functions in a systematic manner. In order to tackle safety and passenger comfort aspects, which are crucial points for commercial aircraft, the controller is supervised: the purpose of this device is to handle on-line the gain of the controller, taking into account the current value of the state in order to satisfy some limitations in commercial aircraft maneuvering capabilities.
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Thierry Miquel, Felix Mora-Camino, Jean-Marc Loscos, Karim Achaibou. Design of a supervised flight control system for aircraft relative guidance. DASC 2003, 22nd Digital Avionics Systems Conference, Oct 2003, Indianapolis, United States. pp 4.D.3 - 4.1-8, ⟨10.1109/DASC.2003.1245845⟩. ⟨hal-00938057⟩

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