Chapter headings and selected papers: Nonlinear Systems I. Output feedback stabilization of nonlinear systems: tools and examples (S. Battilotti). An observer for a one flexible joint robot by an algebraic method (F. Plestan, B. Cherki). Poster Papers I. Observer-based force control of robots (J. Suchy). Parametrically invariant servosystems of robots (V. Kalas, M. Molnar). Nonlinear Systems II. A new structure to design optimal control systems (L. Keviczky, Cs. Banyasz). Application of predictive control to nonlinear MIMO systems (Z. Ogonowski). Fuzzy Systems, Neural Networks, Manufacturing Systems Design. Coordinated trajectories planning for two cooperating robots (W. Szynkiewicz, A. Gosiewski). On adaptive fuzzy control using neural networks (M.G. Petrov, A.V. Topalov). Poster Papers II. Identification of discontinuous block-oriented nonlinear dynamic systems (J. Voros). Robust Control. Robust regulation for flexible piezoelectric structures (M. Indri, A. Tornambe). Decentralized variable structure control of complex systems (V. Vesley, D. Kalas). Poster Papers III. Stability based design of fuzzy logic controller (M. Sedlacek). Robust self-tuning PID controller (V. Bobal). Periodic Systems. Pole assignment for linear systems by periodic output feedback (D. Aeyels, J.L. Willems). Periodic systems realization theory with applications (E.I. Verriest, P.B. Park). Discrete Event Systems, Petri Nets. An approach to object-oriented modelling and control of a DEDS (J. Fogel et al.). The supervisory control problem solved via petri nets (B. Hruz). Poster Papers IV. Implementation of systems with declarative constraints (J. Csonto). Significance of cluster analysis for situational control (E. Ocelikova). Round Table Discussion. Theses (B. Tamm). New trends in control methods design and implementation (B.G. Tamm et al.). Adaptive and Selftuning Control. Biologically inspired robot control (G.A. Bekey, M.A. Lewis). Stable constrained predictive control (M. Fikar, J. Mikles).
Computer control systems are developing rapidly, therefore an insight of the latest trends in the design of control systems will increase the success of future developments. This publication brings together the latest key papers on research and development trends in this field, allowing both academics and industrial practioners to find new insights and gain from each other's experience.
For academic and industrial practitioners in the field of designing control systems.
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