Control and Dynamic Systems V56: Digital and Numeric Techniques and Their Application in Control Systems
Control and Dynamic Systems: Advances in Theory and Applications, Volume 56: Digital and Numeric Techniques and their Applications in Control Systems, Part 2 of 2 covers the significant developments in digital and numerical techniques for the analysis and design of modern complex control systems.
This volume is composed of 12 chapters and starts with a description of the design techniques of linear constrained discrete-time control systems. The subsequent chapters describe the techniques dealing with robust real-time system identification, the adaptive control algorithms, and the utilization of methods from generalized interpolation and operator theory to deal with a wide range of problems in robust control. These topics are followed by reviews f the decentralized control design for interconnected uncertain systems; the computation of frequency response of descriptor systems by rational interpolation; the techniques for the synthesis of multivariable feedback control laws; and the effect of the initial condition in state estimation for discrete-time linear systems. Other chapters illustrate practical, efficient, and reliable numerical algorithms for robust multivariable control design of linear time-invariant systems, as well as a complete analysis of closed-loop transfer recovery in discrete-time systems using observer-based controllers. The last chapters provide the techniques in robust policy-making in the global economic environment and the implications of robust control techniques for continuous-time systems.
This book will prove useful to process, control, systems, and design engineers.