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Xiao Lu, Xin Dong, Haixia Wang, Baoye Song, "On Fixed-Point Smoothing for Descriptor Systems with Multiplicative Noise and Single Delayed Observations", Mathematical Problems in Engineering, vol. 2015, Article ID 658153, 8 pages, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/658153
On Fixed-Point Smoothing for Descriptor Systems with Multiplicative Noise and Single Delayed Observations
Optimal fixed-point smoothing problem for the descriptor systems with multiplicative noises is considered, where instantaneous and delayed observations are available. Standard singular value decomposition is used to give the restricted equivalent delayed system, where the observations also include two different types of measurements. Reorganized innovation lemma and projection theorem are used to give the fixed-point smoother for the restricted equivalent delayed system. The fixed-point smoother is given in terms of recursive Riccati equations.
The optimal estimation problem has long been one of the important problems in control theory and signal processing [1–4], and it is the dual problem of control [5–8]. Estimation includes three cases: prediction, filter, and smoothing [9–11], and smoothing problem is the most difficult among three problems. Smoothing problem is to estimate the past state or signal based on the observations in future, which mainly includes fixed-point smoothing, fixed-interval smoother, and fixed-lag smoother, where fixed-point is to estimate the fixed-point state or signal in past based on its future observations, which can reveal the development trend of estimation with the increase of observations [9, 12, 13]. Under the optimal performance, estimation (prediction, filter, and smoothing) problem for normal system without multiplicative noises and delayed measurements has been studied well in recent years [12, 13].
The optimal smoothing problem has received much attention these years [9, 10, 12, 13]. For the optimal smoothing of descriptor systems with multiplicatives, some researchers have given some important results [14–16], where Kalman filtering and standard decomposition are to study the optimal estimation of the descriptor systems.
As is well known, the measured output may be with delay in practical applications such as engineering, biological, and economic systems . However, the above descriptor systems are without delay in observation; for the systems with delayed measurement, the classic approach is system or variable augmentation [11, 17], which may lead to much computation burden. In this paper, the optimal fixed-point smoothing problems for descriptor systems with multiplicative noises and delayed measured output will be studied. Being different from the classic system augmentation, the reorganized innovation lemma developed in our previous works [17, 18] will be proposed. Standard singular value decomposition will be used to change the system into the restricted equivalent delayed system.
The presented approach is very efficient and important for estimation on descriptor system with multiplicative noise, and reorganized innovation lemma is used to decrease much computation burden compared to traditional system augmentation . The proposed result extends the optimal filter and multistep predictor .
The rest of the paper is organized as follows. The fixed-point smoothing problem will be proposed in Section 2. Substate fixed-point smoother will be given for the restricted equivalent delayed system in Section 3. Fixed-point smoother for the delayed descriptor systems with multiplicative noise will be given in Section 4. Some concluding remarks will be drawn in Section 5.
2. Problem Statement
In this paper, we will deal with the following linear discrete-time descriptor system:where , , , , , and are known matrices and the information of other parameters can be listed as delay, state, observation and its noise, delayed observation and its noise, input disturbance, multiplicative noise.We first give two assumptions as follows.
Assumption 1. , , , and are uncorrelated white noises of zero means and uncorrelated with , and the corresponding variance is , and can be , , , and ; in addition, .
Assumption 2. is known and singular, and the system is regular, that is, rank, and there exists that satisfies .
Remark 3. Assumption 1 is given for general optimal or estimation problem. Assumption 2 is standard assumption for general descriptor system, since the regularity is very important for the existence of solution which is dependent on the initial value for descriptor system [14, 20].
Optimal fixed-point smoothing (FPS) problem for the above descriptor system model (1) can be described as follows.
Problem FPS. Consider the system model (1) with the instantaneous and delayed observations , a fixed time and ; find the linear least square error smoother of , where .
3. Optimal Fixed-Point Smoother
3.1. Riccati Equation
The Riccati equation will be given mainly by using reorganized innovation analysis , the corresponding definitions , , , , , , , , , and in , and the following denotations: can be given in the following lemma.
Lemma 5 (see ). Consider the restricted equivalent delayed descriptor system (2)–(5) under Assumptions 1 and 2; the error covariance matrix of can be given aswherewithwhere, , , , and are defined in (7) and given in , and .
3.2. Fixed-Point Smoother
In this subsection, we will give the optimal fixed-point smoother for () based on the above lemmas.
Theorem 6. For a fixed , consider the presented restricted equivalent delayed system (2)–(5) under Assumptions 1 and 2; the fixed-point smoother can be given aswherewith is as in (11); is as in (9); and () can be given asand can be given byIn the above,wherewith being given as, , and are in .
Proof. According to the projection theorem, we havewhich is (14).
Since , thenAccording to the projection theorem, we havewhich is (22). By considering and (27), (26) can be rewritten asSimilarly,whilesince , so from (29) and (30),Then by inductive method, we havewhich is (16).
According to the projection theorem, we havethen (15) can be given.
Similarly, we havewhich is (18). Then combining (34) with (2) yieldsWe haveAccording to the projection theorem, we havethen (20) can be given.
Similarly,since , so from (36) and (38), we havewhich is (17).
Equations (19) and (21) can also be given similar to (18) and (20). Equation (23) can be given similar to (22) in (27).
According to the projection theorem, we havethen (24) can be given.
4. Fixed-Point Smoother
By using projection theorem and reorganized innovation, the fixed-point smoother () has been given, then it is time to give the main result of fixed-point smoother .
Theorem 7. Consider the descriptor system (1) under Assumptions 1 and 2 and ; then the optimal fixed-point smoother can be given byIn the above, is from (14); is given aswherewith being given aswithand , , , , and can be referred to ; is from (18); is from (22).
Proof. Equation (41) can be given easily by considering Lemma 4.
According to the projection theorem, when , we haveWhen , we havethen (47) and (48) yield (42).
According to the projection theorem, we havewhich is (43).
Equations (44) and (45) can be given similar to (20).
The optimal fixed-point smoother for the descriptor system has been proposed, where the system model is corrupted by multiplicative noise, and the system is observed by instantaneous and single delayed observations. By using standard singular value decomposition, the origin system has been changed into the restricted system, fixed-point smoother is given based on reorganized innovation analysis  and projection theorem for the restricted system model, and then the fixed-point smoother for the origin system has been given based on the above result. The fixed-point smoother is given in terms of recursive Riccati equation and can be computed easily .
Conflict of Interests
The authors declare that there is no conflict of interests regarding the publication of this paper.
This paper is supported by the National Nature Science Foundation of China (61273197), Nature Science Foundation of Shandong Province (ZR2013FM018), the Science Research Foundation for the Excellent Middle-Aged and Youth Scientists of Shandong Province (BS2013DX012), the Applied Fundamental Research of Qingdao (14-2-4-19-jch), Huangdao District Science and Technology Project (2014-1-33), and “Taishan Scholarship” Construction Engineering.
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