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Repetitive Learning Control Design for LED Light Tracking

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Repetitive Learning Control Design for LED Light Tracking


A lighting system composed of three color light-emitting diode (LED) strings is considered. On the idea of a simplified dynamic model (with uncertainties) for the aforementioned system, the tracking of (probably complicated) periodic reference signals (with known amount) for each the light color and intensity is achieved by coming up with, for every LED string, a decentralized repetitive learning management. Experimental results illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed approach during a sensible user-friendly situation: the color coordinates are obtained by an external low-price red, inexperienced, blue sensor which permits for measuring the lighting effects (as well as external disturbances) whereas increasing the general energy saving. A detailed theoretical analysis of the learning management design for first-order linear systems with zero relative degree below suitable assumptions is also included.

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