control.flatsys.FlatSystem
- class control.flatsys.FlatSystem(forward, reverse, updfcn=None, outfcn=None, **kwargs)[source]
Bases:
NonlinearIOSystem
Base class for representing a differentially flat system.
The FlatSystem class is used as a base class to describe differentially flat systems for trajectory generation. The output of the system does not need to be the differentially flat output.
Notes
The class must implement two functions:
- zflag = flatsys.foward(x, u, params)
This function computes the flag (derivatives) of the flat output. The inputs to this function are the state ‘x’ and inputs ‘u’ (both 1D arrays). The output should be a 2D array with the first dimension equal to the number of system inputs and the second dimension of the length required to represent the full system dynamics (typically the number of states)
- x, u = flatsys.reverse(zflag, params)
This function system state and inputs give the the flag (derivatives) of the flat output. The input to this function is an 2D array whose first dimension is equal to the number of system inputs and whose second dimension is of length required to represent the full system dynamics (typically the number of states). The output is the state x and inputs u (both 1D arrays).
A flat system is also an input/output system supporting simulation, composition, and linearization. If the update and output methods are given, they are used in place of the flat coordinates.
Methods
Make a copy of an input/output system
Compute the dynamics of a differential or difference equation.
Feedback interconnection between two input/output systems
Find the index for an input given its name (None if not found)
Return list of indices matching input spec (None if not found)
Find the index for an output given its name (None if not found)
Return list of indices matching output spec (None if not found)
Find the index for a state given its name (None if not found)
Return list of indices matching state spec (None if not found)
Compute the flat flag given the states and input.
Check to see if a system is a continuous-time system.
Check to see if a system is a discrete-time system
Check to see if a system is single input, single output.
Linearize an input/output system at a given state and input.
Compute the output of the system
Compute the states and input given the flat flag.
Set the number/names of the system inputs.
Set the number/names of the system outputs.
Set the number/names of the system states.
- __call__(u, params=None, squeeze=None)[source]
Evaluate a (static) nonlinearity at a given input value
If a nonlinear I/O system has no internal state, then evaluating the system at an input u gives the output y = F(u), determined by the output function.
- Parameters
params (dict, optional) – Parameter values for the system. Passed to the evaluation function for the system as default values, overriding internal defaults.
squeeze (bool, optional) – If True and if the system has a single output, return the system output as a 1D array rather than a 2D array. If False, return the system output as a 2D array even if the system is SISO. Default value set by config.defaults[‘control.squeeze_time_response’].
- copy(name=None, use_prefix_suffix=True)[source]
Make a copy of an input/output system
A copy of the system is made, with a new name. The name keyword can be used to specify a specific name for the system. If no name is given and use_prefix_suffix is True, the name is constructed by prepending config.defaults[‘iosys.duplicate_system_name_prefix’] and appending config.defaults[‘iosys.duplicate_system_name_suffix’]. Otherwise, a generic system name of the form sys[<id>] is used, where <id> is based on an internal counter.
- dynamics(t, x, u, params=None)[source]
Compute the dynamics of a differential or difference equation.
Given time t, input u and state x, returns the value of the right hand side of the dynamical system. If the system is continuous, returns the time derivative
dx/dt = f(t, x, u[, params])
where f is the system’s (possibly nonlinear) dynamics function. If the system is discrete-time, returns the next value of x:
x[t+dt] = f(t, x[t], u[t][, params])
where t is a scalar.
The inputs x and u must be of the correct length. The params argument is an optional dictionary of parameter values.
- Parameters
t (float) – the time at which to evaluate
x (array_like) – current state
u (array_like) – input
params (dict, optional) – system parameter values
- Returns
dx/dt or x[t+dt]
- Return type
ndarray
- feedback(other=1, sign=-1, params=None)[source]
Feedback interconnection between two input/output systems
- Parameters
sys1 (InputOutputSystem) – The primary process.
sys2 (InputOutputSystem) – The feedback process (often a feedback controller).
sign (scalar, optional) – The sign of feedback. sign = -1 indicates negative feedback, and sign = 1 indicates positive feedback. sign is an optional argument; it assumes a value of -1 if not specified.
- Returns
out
- Return type
- Raises
ValueError – if the inputs, outputs, or timebases of the systems are incompatible.
- forward(x, u, params=None)[source]
Compute the flat flag given the states and input.
Given the states and inputs for a system, compute the flat outputs and their derivatives (the flat “flag”) for the system.
- Parameters
x (list or array) – The state of the system.
u (list or array) – The input to the system.
params (dict, optional) – Parameter values for the system. Passed to the evaluation functions for the system as default values, overriding internal defaults.
- Returns
zflag – For each flat output , zflag[i] should be an ndarray of length that contains the flat output and its first derivatives.
- Return type
list of 1D arrays
- isctime(strict=False)[source]
Check to see if a system is a continuous-time system.
- Parameters
sys (Named I/O system) – System to be checked
strict (bool, optional) – If strict is True, make sure that timebase is not None. Default is False.
- isdtime(strict=False)[source]
Check to see if a system is a discrete-time system
- Parameters
strict (bool, optional) – If strict is True, make sure that timebase is not None. Default is False.
- linearize(x0, u0, t=0, params=None, eps=1e-06, name=None, copy_names=False, **kwargs)[source]
Linearize an input/output system at a given state and input.
Return the linearization of an input/output system at a given state and input value as a StateSpace system. See
linearize()
for complete documentation.
- ninputs
Number of system inputs.
- noutputs
Number of system outputs.
- nstates
Number of system states.
- output(t, x, u, params=None)[source]
Compute the output of the system
Given time t, input u and state x, returns the output of the system:
y = g(t, x, u[, params])
The inputs x and u must be of the correct length.
- Parameters
t (float) – the time at which to evaluate
x (array_like) – current state
u (array_like) – input
params (dict, optional) – system parameter values
- Returns
y
- Return type
ndarray
- reverse(zflag, params=None)[source]
Compute the states and input given the flat flag.
- Parameters
zflag (list of arrays) – For each flat output , zflag[i] should be an ndarray of length that contains the flat output and its first derivatives.
params (dict, optional) – Parameter values for the system. Passed to the evaluation functions for the system as default values, overriding internal defaults.
- Returns
x (1D array) – The state of the system corresponding to the flat flag.
u (1D array) – The input to the system corresponding to the flat flag.
- set_inputs(inputs, prefix='u')[source]
Set the number/names of the system inputs.
- Parameters
inputs (int, list of str, or None) – Description of the system inputs. This can be given as an integer count or as a list of strings that name the individual signals. If an integer count is specified, the names of the signal will be of the form u[i] (where the prefix u can be changed using the optional prefix parameter).
prefix (string, optional) – If inputs is an integer, create the names of the states using the given prefix (default = ‘u’). The names of the input will be of the form prefix[i].
- set_outputs(outputs, prefix='y')[source]
Set the number/names of the system outputs.
- Parameters
outputs (int, list of str, or None) – Description of the system outputs. This can be given as an integer count or as a list of strings that name the individual signals. If an integer count is specified, the names of the signal will be of the form u[i] (where the prefix u can be changed using the optional prefix parameter).
prefix (string, optional) – If outputs is an integer, create the names of the states using the given prefix (default = ‘y’). The names of the input will be of the form prefix[i].
- set_states(states, prefix='x')[source]
Set the number/names of the system states.
- Parameters
states (int, list of str, or None) – Description of the system states. This can be given as an integer count or as a list of strings that name the individual signals. If an integer count is specified, the names of the signal will be of the form u[i] (where the prefix u can be changed using the optional prefix parameter).
prefix (string, optional) – If states is an integer, create the names of the states using the given prefix (default = ‘x’). The names of the input will be of the form prefix[i].