The measures summarized in the previous sections are defined in time domain. They use loop time series data and do not require any a priori knowledge about the loop or background process. They are fully data-driven. They all share the similar shortcut. None of them offers any distance from the measured index value to the optimal one. Thus, apart from the actual measured index value Jact one would require to estimate the lowest (the best achievable) limit of performance index Jopt. It is clear that such an estimation requires more knowledge on the process and this set of the approaches is named model-driven.
|Book||Domański Paweł: Control Performance Assessment: Theoretical Analyses and Industrial Practice, 2020, Springer, ISBN 978-3-030-23592-5, 367 p., DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-23593-2|
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