In recent decades, a comprehensive new framework for the theory and design of control systems has emerged. It treats a range of significant and ubiquitous design problems more effectively than the conventional framework. Control Systems Design brings together contributions from the originators of the new framework in which they explain, expand and revise their research work. It is divided into four parts: - basic principles, including those of matching and inequalities with adjustments for robust matching and matching based on H-infinity methods and linear matrix inequalities; - computational methods, including matching conditions for transient inputs and design of a sampled-data control system; - search methods including search with simulated annealing, genetic algorithms and evaluation of the node array method; - case studies, including applications in distillation, benchmarking critical control of magnetic levitation systems and the use of the principle of matching in cruise control.... 6, 43, 46, 92, 374 a unstable, 10 a variable, 304 transient function, 48 trial generator, 78, 84, 222 a Rosenbrock, 78, 84, ... V.U., 252 Vecchi, M.P., 219 VEGA , see vector evaluated genetic algorithm Veldhuizen, D.A., 231 Venn a diagram, 24, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Control Systems Design|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2005-12-27|