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Content of Previous Volumes
Fitting Multistage Models to Input/Output Data
II. Linear Models
III. Identification of the Kalman Filter Model
VI. Summary and Conclusions
Computer Aided Control Systems Design Techniques
II. Computational Techniques of Function Minimization
III. Control System Design
IV. Summary and Conclusions
Multilevel Optimization of Multiple Arc Trajectories
III. General Formulation of Trajectory Decomposition
IV. A Low Thrust Interplanetary Swingby Example
V. Computational Aspects of the Low Thrust Swingby Example
VI. Conclusions and Future Work
Nonlinear Smoothing Techniques
II. Exact Differential Equations for the Smoothing Problem
III. The Approximation Problem
IV. Linear Gaussian Case
V. Approximations for the Nonlinear Case
VI. Maximum Likelihood Smoothing
VII. Extensions, Summary, and Areas for Future Study
Appendix: Summary of Principal Results
Toward the Synthesis of Solutions of Dynamic Games
II. Problem Statement and Overview
III. The Solution of Separable Static Games
IV. Applications of Dual Cones to Dynamic Games
VI. Summary and Conclusions
A Survey of Soviet Contributions to Control Theory
II. Dynamics of Linear Systems
III. Non-Linear Systems
IV. Optimal Control
V. Learning Systems
Control and Dynamic Systems: Advances in Theory and Applications reviews progress in the field of control and dynamic systems theory and applications. Topics include multistage models and fitting them to input/output data; computer-aided control systems design techniques; multilevel optimization of multiple arc trajectories; and nonlinear smoothing techniques. Solutions of dynamic games are also considered, and a survey of Soviet contributions to control theory is presented.
Comprised of six chapters, this volume begins with a discussion on a number of important issues with respect to the modeling of a dynamic system, the beginning point for the resolution of the system synthesis problem. Issues with respect to the utilization of the Kalman filter as a concise model for the identification of a large class of dynamic systems are explored, along with computational and convergence issues. The application of computer-aided design techniques to control engineering problems is the subject of the next chapter. The book also evaluates multilevel systems optimization techniques and their application to a rather complex systems problem before concluding with an overview of the evolutionary growth of Soviet contributions to control theory.
This monograph will be useful to mathematicians and engineers.
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- © Academic Press 1974
- 28th May 1974
- Academic Press
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