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In this paper, inverted decoupling control for two-input/two-output (TITO) processes is considered. Knowing that the design of the decouplers is based on estimated models of the processes, adjustments in the decoupling parameters may be necessary. Thus, a methodology of evaluation and redesign of the inverted decoupler is proposed. Simulation example are used to illustrate the methodology. In addition, the application of this methodology to a thermal process is presented.
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