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Niveau de l'ensemble : The control handbookAuteur secondaire : : Levine, William S., Editeur scientifiqueMention d'édition : 2nd editionPublication : Boca Raton (Fla.), London, New York : CRC Press, cop. 2011Description : 1 vol. (pagination multiple) : ill. ; 29 cmISBN : 978-1-4200-7366-9 ; 978-1-4200-7364-5.Collections : The control handbook • The electrical engineering handbook seriesDewey: 629.8, 22, freBibliographie: Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index.Sujet - Nom d'actualité : Commande, Théorie de la ;Commande automatique
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Section I. Analysis methods for MIMO linear systems 1. Numeriacal and computational issues in linear control and system theory 2. Multivariable poles, zeros, and pole-zero cancellations 3. Fundamentals of linear time-varying systems 4. Balanced realizations, model order reduction, and the Hankel operator 5. Geometric theory of linear systemsc 6. Polynomial and matrix fraction descriptions 7. Robustness analysis with real parametric uncertainty 8. MIMO frequency response analysis and the singular value decomposition 9. Stability robustness to unstructured uncertainty for linear time inavariant systems 10. Trade-offs and limitations in feedback systems 11. Modeling deterministic uncertainty Section II. Kalman filter and observers 12. Linear systems and white noise 13. Kalman filtering 14. Riccati equations and their solution 15. Observers Section III. Design methods for MIMO LTI systems 16. Eigenstructure assignment 17. Linear quadratic regulator control 18. H2 (LQG) and H[infini] control 19. l1 robust control : theory, computation, and design 20. The structures singular vlaue [mu] framework 21. Algebraic design methods 22. Quantitative feedback theory (QFT) technique 23. Robust servomechanism problem 24. Linear matrix inequalities in control 25. Optimal control 26. Decentralized control 27. Decoupling 28. Linear model predictive control in the process industries Section IV. Analysis and design of hybrid systems 29. Computation of reach sets for dynamical systems 30. Hybrid dynamical systems : stability and stabilization 31. Optimal control of switching systems via embedding into continuous optimal control problem Section V. Adaptive control 32. Automatic tuning of PID controllers 33. Self-tuning control 34. Model reference adaptive control 35. Robust adaptive control 36. Iterative learning control Section VI. Analysis and design of nonlinear systems 37. Nonlinear zero dynamics 38. The lie bracket and control 39. Two timescale and averaging methods 40. Volterra and fliess series expansions for nonlinear systems 41. Integral quadratic constraints 42. Control of nonholonomic and underactuated systems Section VII. Stability 43. Lyapunov stability 44. Input-output stability 45. Input-to-output stability Section VIII. Design 46. Feedback linearization of nonlinear systems 47. The steady-state behavior of nonlinear system 48. Nonlinear output regulation 49. Lyapunov design 50. Variable structure, sliding-mode controller design 51. Control of bifurcations and chaos 52. Open-loop control using oscillatory inputs 53. Adaptive nonlinear control 54. Intelligent control 55. Fuzzy control 56. Neural control Section IX. System identification 57. System identification Section X. Stochastic control 58. Discrete time Markov processes 59. Stochastic differential equations 60. Linear stochastic input-output models 61. Dynamic programming 62. Approximate dynamic programming 63. Stability of stochastic systems 64. Stochastic adaptive control for continuous-time linear systems 65. Probabilistic and randomized tools for control design 66. Stabilization of stoachastic nonlinear continuous-time systems Section XI. Control of distributed parameter systems 67. Control of systems governed by partial differential equations 68. Controllability of thin elastic beams and plates 69. Control of the heat equation 70. Observability of linear distributed-parameter systems 71. Boundary control of PDEs : the backsteping approach 72. Stabilization of fluid flows Section XII. Networks and networked controls 73. Control over digital networks 74. Decentralized control and algebraic approaches 75. Estimation and control across analog erasure channels 76. Passivity approach to network stability analysis and distributed control synthesis

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