Robust Control Toolbox™ software offers several algorithms for model approximation and order reduction. These algorithms let you control the absolute or relative approximation error, and are all based on the Hankel singular values of the system.
Robust control theory quantifies a system uncertainty as either additive or multiplicative types. These model reduction routines are also categorized into two groups: additive error and multiplicative error types. In other words, some model reduction routines produce a reduced-order model Gred of the original model G with a bound on the error , the peak gain across frequency. Others produce a reduced-order model with a bound on the relative error .
These theoretical bounds are based on the "tails" of the Hankel singular values of the model, i.e.,
where σi are denoted the ith Hankel singular value of the original system G.
where σi are denoted the ith Hankel singular value of the phase matrix of the model G (see the bstmr reference page).
Top-Level Model Reduction Command
Main interface to model approximation algorithms
Normalized Coprime Balanced Model Reduction Command
Normalized coprime balanced truncation
Additive Error Model Reduction Commands
Square-root balanced model truncation
Schur balanced model truncation
Hankel minimum degree approximation
Multiplicative Error Model Reduction Command
Balanced stochastic truncation
Additional Model Reduction Tools
Modal realization and truncation
Slow and fast state decomposition
Stable and antistable state projection