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Control and Dynamic Systems: Advances in Theory Applications, Volume 55: Digital and Numeric Techniques and their Applications in Control Systems, Part 1 of 2 covers advances in numerical and computational techniques for the design of modern complex control systems. This book presents a comprehensive treatment of the many issues that are dealt with in modern complex systems. It discusses the efficacy of significant techniques for robust control design; model reduction; adaptive estimation of discrete-time stochastic systems; parameter estimation; and loop transfer recovery. Students, research workers, and practising engineers will find this book invaluable.
Closed-Loop Convex Formulation of Classical and Singular Value Loop Shaping
Numerical Issues in Robust Control Design Techniques
Techniques in Optimized Model Reduction for High Dimensional Systems
Techniques for Adaptive Estimation and Control of Discrete-Time Stochastic Systems with Abruptly Changing Parameters
Robust Off-line Methods for Parameter Estimation
Loop Transfer Recovery for General Nonminimum Phase Discrete Time Systems, Part 1: Analysis
Loop Transfer Recovery for General Nonminimum Phase Discrete Time Systems, Part 2: Design
Set-Induced Norm Based Robust Control Techniques
Techniques for Robust Nonlinear Large Scale Systems
Extension in Techniques for Stochastic Dynamic Systems
Adaptive Control of Discrete-Time Systems: A Performance-Oriented Approach
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- © Academic Press 1993
- 1st February 1993
- Academic Press
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