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Adaptive Systems in Control and Signal Processing 1989 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080357270, 9781483294247

Adaptive Systems in Control and Signal Processing 1989

1st Edition

Editors: T.S. Durrani D.H. Owens M.A. Johnson M.J. Grimble
eBook ISBN: 9781483294247
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 8th June 1990
Page Count: 620
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Table of Contents

Section headings: Adaptive control. Plenary lectures. Adaptive LQ and LQG control. Generalized predictive control. Model reference adaptive control. Adaptive pole-placement, state space and internal model control methods. Variable structure and nonlinear system advantage control techniques. Robust adaptive control design. Identification issues and adaptive control design. Adaptive PID control: theory and applications. Applications of adaptive control. Learning methodologies and computational issues. Report on panel discussion. Identification. Plenary lecture. Recursive algorithms. Robust identification schemes. Signal processing. Plenary paper. Theorical contributions. Plenary lectures. Time series and decision making. Plenary lectures. Adaptive filters. Author index. Keyword index.


The Symposium covered three major areas: adaptive control, identification and signal processing. In all three, new developments were discussed covering both theoretical and applications research. Within the subject area of adaptive control the discussion centred around the challenges of robust control design to unmodelled dynamics, robust parameter estimation and enhanced performance from the estimator, while the papers on identification took the theme of it being a bridge between adaptive control and signal processing. The final area looked at two aspects of signal processing: recursive estimation and adaptive filters.


For systems analysts and computer technologists.


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About the Editors

T.S. Durrani

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Division of Signal Processing, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

D.H. Owens

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University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

M.A. Johnson

M.J. Grimble

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