INCT (Induced Norm Control Toolbox) is a Matlab toolbox whose aim is to make it possible to do analysis and synthesis for linear systems with use of LMIs. The toolbox is free of charge and is built on top of LMITOOL and SP. The code included is general Matlab code and will work fine with standard Matlab, the Matlab Control Toolbox and mu-toolbox. It is not necessary to have the Matlab LMI Control Toolbox. This package includes a series of analysis and synthesis tools for continous time-invariant linear systems, all related to induced norms, and a packing system to make the writing of code less cumbersome. Performance in terms of the induced norm from disturbance to error is supported, along with robustness and guaranteed performance under unstructured uncertainties(True Robust Performance - only analysis). The problems are solved in the most general framework, i.e. no assumptions have been made on the plants, except in a few places. Many transformations and checks are done to guarantee the correct formulation of the problem and numerical stability.

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