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However, when the weighting matrices in the performance index function are fixed in the linear quadratic optimal control problem, the controller is unique and, thus, the pole locations of the resulting optimal closed-loop system are uniquely determined.
As a result, the relationship between the weighting matrices and the locations of the poles of the resulting optimal closed-loop system is not clear.
The problem of state feedback optimal pole assignment is to design a feedback gain such that the closed-loop system has desired eigenvalues and such that certain quadratic performance index is minimized.