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Selected papers: A prospect of adaptive control, J H Westcott. Parameter convergence and stability in continuous-time indirect adaptive control, N Nordstrom. Chaotic dynamics in adaptive systems, B E Ydstie & M P Golden. Adaptive and robust cascade schemes for thyristor driven DC-motor speed control, R M Stephan & H Unbehauen. Expert system approach of industrial process adaptive control, Z Zhu & G Dai. Adaptive control via finite modelling and robust control, R L Kosut & B D O Anderson. Multivariable adaptive control with the generalized analytical predictor, P D Pavlechko & T F Edgar. A robust self-tuned controller based on state-space approach, A K Mahalanabis & P Desai. Design of robust adaptive digital set-point tracking P1 controllers for nonminimum-phase multivariable plants, B Porter & A Khaki-Sedigh. Robustness analysis of adaptive control systems - the stability margin approach, M Jie & Z D Yuan. Absolute stabilty and robust discrete adaptive control, I Bar-Kana. Implementation of parameter estimation algorithms, S Bergman & S Ljung. A long range predictive adaptive control: performance enhancements and experimental evaluation, M M'Saad et al. Frequency domain adaptive control, R H Middleton. MultiRate discrete time model reference adaptive control, T Suzuki et al. On the robustness of stochastic adaptive control, R R Bitmead & P E Caines. Author index.
The workshop brought together international experts in the field of robust adaptive control to present recent developments in the area. These indicated that the theory of adaptive control is moving closer to applications and is beginning to give realistic guidelines useful in practical situations. The proceedings also focused on the value of such practical features as filtering, normalization, deadzones and unification of robust control and adaptation.
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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Newcastle, Australia
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