|u=contr(y,goaly, goalu, mode,ampl,niter,m,mc,nd, neighbors)
function u=contr(y,goaly, goalu, mode,ampl,niter,m,mc,nd, neighbors)
% U=CONTR(Y, GOALY, GOALU, MODE, AMPL, NITER, N, NC, D, NEIGHBORS)
% Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output adaptive, nonlinear controller.
% returns U - controlling perturbations (column vector NUx1)
% upon receving system output Y (column vector NYx1).
% The controller objective is set in the vector GOALY (NYx1) of desired
% system outputs. Setting it to Inf is equivalent to setting (diff(Y)=0),
% convenient for steady state stabilization when the exact position of the
% steady state is unknown.
% GOALU sets the goal values of the controller outputs. Setting it to Inf
% causes the controller to move the system to GOALY values, while diff(U)=0.
% NOTE: Setting both GOALY and GOALU to Inf doesn't make sense;
% set them both to real values if they are available.
% MODE:0-identification stage: the controller just applies random
% and collects system responses. AMPL (NUx1) sets the amplitude of
% identification perturbations vector.
% The controller will switch to mode 1 after collecting NITER readings,
% 1-control of the objective state.
% 2-adaptive control: controlling perturbations are superimposed
% with random excitations (amlitude AMPL).
% Last NITER responses are stored and used.
% AMPL - NUx1 vector, sets the amplitude of identification perturbation
% or maximum allowed perturbations in MODE 1.
% IMPORTANT! Perturbations have to be scaled such that the characteristic
% amplitudes of perturbations and observations are the same.
% This is due to the simple Euclidian distance measure used for the nearest
% neighbors selection.
% NITER - sets the length of the identification sequence; make it at least
% 20*DIM^2 (DIM - dimensionality of the system). It has to be considerably
% larger than NEIGHBORS.
% Controller parameters:
% N - length of time-delayed/forwarded signals for system state
% reconstruction, usually N =(>) DIM/NY.
% NC - length of the controlling sequence, usually NC =(<) DIM/NU
% D - delay time before applied perturbations reach the system
% output. D = 0 will always work but the controller will not be optimal.
% NEIGHBORS - number of nearest neighbors in the phase space used
% for the linear interpolation of the control surface. It has to be at
% least 10*DIM
% N, NC, and D determine the structure of the controller and have to be set
% either on the basis of knowledge of the controlled system, or by trial
% and error. It is best to start with N ~ expected dimensionality/NY, NC=N, D=0
% Setting N to be more than 10 may require too many data points
% before the algorithm will be usable.
% Requires: idseq.m - forms vector of state transitions
% linint.m - a linear hypersurface interpolator (vector form)
% delaysig2.m - an extended version of delaysig.m
% ctrseq.m - forms vector of transition to the objective
% Written by V. Petrov, 1998
% e-mail: email@example.com
% Copyright (c) 1998 The University of Texas at Austin
global XX UU P T K ua;
li=mc+2*m+2*nd+1; %Number of most recent records to keep
K = K+1;
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Build the reference set %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
UU(:,li) = ua;
% Rearrange the data to construct the hypersurface
if ( K > li )
if (length(P) == 0) %If first time, create P and T
if (size(P,2) < niter )
P=[P P2(:,size(P2,2))]; % Add the last measurement
else % If NITER recordings are made
if (mode == 0) mode=1; end
if (mode == 2)
%% If in adaptive regime, remove from the begining, add to the end %%%
if (mode > 0 ) %Create present-target state vector for control
PC=ctrseq(XX,UU,goaly, goalu, m,mc,nd, ccase);
if (mode == 0 )
if (mode > 0 )
if (mode == 2 )
if (mode == 1 )
in=find((abs(u)-ampl)>0); %Find if any of the perturbations exceed the limit
if (length(in) > 0)
u(in)=sign(u(in)).*ampl(in); %Restrict large perturbations
ua = u;