Paper ID sheet UCL-INMA-2019.01
Online balanced truncation for linear time-varying systems using continuously differentiable interpolation on Grassmann manifold
- Nguyen Thanh Son, Pierre-Yves Gousenbourger, Estelle Massart, P.-A. Absil
We consider model order reduction of linear time-varying systems on a finite time interval using balanced truncation. A standard way to perform MOR is to first numerically integrate the associated pair of differential Lyapunov equations for the two gramians, then compute projection matrices using the square root method, and finally formulate the reduced systems at each time instant of a chosen grid. This approach is well-known for delivering good approximation, but rather costly in computation and storage requirement. Furthermore, if one needs to compute the reduced system for any new time instant that is not included in the chosen grid, the mentioned procedure must be performed again without explicitly making use of the already computed data. For dealing with such a situation, we propose to store the projection matrices corresponding to a simplified sparse time grid and to use them to recover the projection subspaces at any other time instant via curve interpolation on the Grassmann manifold. By doing this, we can avoid the repetition of solving the differential Lyapunov equations which is the most expensive step in the procedure and therefore, as shown in a numerical example, accelerate the online reduction process.
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- Published in: 2019 6th International Conference on Control, Decision and Information Technologies (CoDIT)