This paper presents an improved algorithm for cross-coupling controlled systems. In contrast to the existing algorithms, which must be re-formulated for different types of curves and may be inconvenient to implement, the proposed algorithm is adequate for general nonparametric and parametric curves. In addition, the proposed algorithm requires less computational time but achieves the same performance as compared with the existng ones.

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