Systems and Control Encyclopedia

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  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Containing 71 articles, Supplementary Volume 2, provides an up-to-date review of recent developments in the field of systems and control. New developments covered include: 'fuzzy logic control', 'neural nets in control systems' and 'robust stability and robust stable control'. Supplementary Volume 2 also provides coverage of the theory and application of systems in specific areas: modelling and simulation, traffic control and biological systems and measurement and software engineering. This update will continue to provide the practising scientist and engineer with an invaluable reference source on topics in the field of systems and control.
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Aggregation: model simplification. Air traffic control: trends. Auditory system: physiological measurements. Biological measurement: blood pressure. Biotelemetry. Comparison systems. Databases, intelligent. Distributed parameter systems estimation and control: an update. Fault diagnosis: model-based techniques. Freeway network control. Fuzzy logic control. Hardware description languages. Information management. Information structuring by hypertext. Knowledge engineering. Logic programming. Multidimensional systems: modelling. Natural language processing. Nervous system. Neural nets for associative memories. Neural nets in control systems. Nonlinear effects. Nuclear reactors: modelling. Olfactory measurements and modelling. Petri nets in discrete production systems. Plant control: data management. Power electronics systems: petri-net modelling. Programming languages, procedural. Programming, object-oriented. Qualitative reasoning for dynamical systems simulation. Rail traffic control: expert systems approach. Railroad systems: active control. Real-time control software. Robust stability and robust stable control. Simulation, object oriented. Simulation modelling formalism: multibond graphs. Software engineering environments. Software fault tolerance. Software lifecycles. Software portability. Software requirements capture. Tactile measurements and modelling. Task scheduling (computing). Traffic control systems in Japan. Traffic simulation: queuing theory applications. Urban traffic simulation: software environments. Virtual machines. Wave propagation in periodic structures.
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Singh, M.G.
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