### ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF DC MOTOR WITHOUT IDENTIFICATION OF PARAMETERS

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*Parameter identification is a major problem in industrial environments where it might be difficult or even impossible in some situations. Moreover, non-measurable and unknown variations of system parameters can affect the performance of conventional proportional-integral (PI) controllers. The concept of developing a controller that does not depend on the system parameters seems very interesting. Therefore, this paper deals with the experimental implementation of model reference adaptive control of a DC motor without identifying parameters. Adaptive control is considered an online solution to control a system without knowing system parameters since it can be adjusted automatically to maintain favorable tracking performance. The simulation and experimental results are presented to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed control method.*

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