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- Petko Hristov Petkov; Tsonyo Nikolaev Slavov; Jordan Konstantinov Kralev |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 48.98MB |

This book explores the implementation of MATLAB(R) and Simulink(R) in the development of embedded robust control systems. Robust control theory allows for changes in a system whilst maintaining stability and performance. Applications of this technique are very important for dependable embedded systems, making technologies such a...

- Nader Meskin, Khashayar Khorasani, Mohammadreza Davoodi |
- 2018 |
- pdf |
- 5.75MB |

As control systems become more complex and are expected to perform tasks in unknown and extreme environments, they may be subject to various types of faults in their sensors, actuators or other components. It is crucial to be able to diagnose the occurrence of faults and to repair them in order to maintain, guarantee, and improv...

- Juš Kocijan (auth.) |
- 2016 |
- pdf |
- 7.72MB |

This monograph opens up new horizons for engineers and researchers in academia and in industry dealing with or interested in new developments in the field of system identification and control. It emphasizes guidelines for working solutions and practical advice for their implementation rather than the theoretical background of Ga...

- Alessandro N. Vargas, Eduardo F. Costa, João B. R. do Val (auth.) |
- 2016 |
- pdf |
- 1.52MB |

This brief broadens readers’ understanding of stochastic control by highlighting recent advances in the design of optimal control for Markov jump linear systems (MJLS). It also presents an algorithm that attempts to solve this open stochastic control problem, and provides a real-time application for controlling the speed of dire...

- Victor M. Alfaro, Ramon Vilanova (auth.) |
- 2016 |
- pdf |
- 6.08MB |

This book presents a unified methodology for the design of PID controllers that encompasses the wide range of different dynamics to be found in industrial processes. This is extended to provide a coherent way of dealing with the tuning of PID controllers. The particular method at the core of the book is the so-called model-refer...

- Nan Guan (auth.) |
- 2016 |
- pdf |
- 3.54MB |

This book describes state-of-the-art techniques for designing real-time computer systems. The author shows how to estimate precisely the effect of cache architecture on the execution time of a program, how to dispatch workload on multicore processors to optimize resources, while meeting deadline constraints, and how to use close...

- Vangipuram Lakshmikantham, Srinivasa Leela, Anatoly A. Martynyuk |
- 2016 |
- pdf |
- 2.68MB |
- 339pages

The book investigates stability theory in terms of two different measure, exhibiting the advantage of employing families of Lyapunov functions and treats the theory of a variety of inequalities, clearly bringing out the underlying theme. It also demonstrates manifestations of the general Lyapunov method, showing how this techniq...

- Fabrizio Padula, Antonio Visioli (auth.) |
- 2015 |
- pdf |
- 8.88MB |
- 176pages

This monograph presents design methodologies for (robust) fractional control systems. It shows the reader how to take advantage of the superior flexibility of fractional control systems compared with integer-order systems in achieving more challenging control requirements. There is a high degree of current interest in fractional...

- Peng Shi, Lixian Zhang, Yanzheng Zhu, Qiugang Lu (auth.) |
- 2016 |
- pdf |
- 7.40MB |

This book focuses on the basic control and filtering synthesis problems for discrete-time switched linear systems under time-dependent switching signals. Chapter 1, as an introduction of the book, gives the backgrounds and motivations of switched systems, the definitions of the typical time-dependent switching signals, the diffe...