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Analysis and Control of Linear Systems. ISTE

  • ID: 2179382
  • Book
  • January 2007
  • 560 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Automation of linear systems is a fundamental and essential theory. This book deals with the theory of continuous–state automated systems.
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Part 1: System Analysis.

Chapter 1. Transfer functions and spectral models (Dominique Beauvois and Yves Tanguy).

Chapter 2. State space epresentation (Patrick Boucher and Patrick Turelle).

Chapter 3. Discrete–time systems (Philippe Chevrel).

Chapter 4. Structural properties of linear systems (Michel Malabre).

Chapter 5. Signals: deterministic and statistical models (Eric Le Carpentier).

Chapter 6. Kalman′s formalism for state stabilization and estimation (Gilles Duc).

Chapter 7. Process modeling (Alain Barraud, Suzanne Lesecq and Sylviane Gentil).

Chapter 8. Simulation and implementation of continuous time loops (Alain Barraud and Sylviane Gentil).

Part 2: System Control.

Chapter 9. Analysis by classic scalar approach (Houria Siguerdidjane and Martial Demerlé).

Chapter 10. Synthesis of closed loop control systems (Houria Siguerdidjane and Martial Demerlé).

Chapter 11. Robust single–variable control through pole placement (Gérard Thomas).

Chapter 12. Predictive control (Patrick Boucher and Didier Dumur).

Chapter 13. Methodology of the state approach control (Philippe Chevrel).

Chapter 14. Multi–variable modal control (Yann Le Gorrec and Jean–François Magni).

Chapter 15. Robust H—/LMI framework (Gilles Duc).

Chapter 16. Linear time–variant systems (Michel Guglielmi).

List of Authors.


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Philippe de Larminat
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