Mathematical Methods in Systems, Optimization, and Control

Mathematical Methods in Systems, Optimization, and Control

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This volume is dedicated to Bill Helton on the occasion of his sixty fifth birthday. It contains biographical material, a list of Bill's publications, a detailed survey of Bill's contributions to operator theory, optimization and control and 19 technical articles. Most of the technical articles are expository and should serve as useful introductions to many of the areas which Bill's highly original contributions have helped to shape over the last forty odd years. These include interpolation, SzegAp limit theorems, Nehari problems, trace formulas, systems and control theory, convexity, matrix completion problems, linear matrix inequalities and optimization. The book should be useful to graduate students in mathematics and engineering, as well as to faculty and individuals seeking entry level introductions and references to the indicated topics. It can also serve as a supplementary text to numerous courses in pure and applied mathematics and engineering, as well as a source book for seminars.realization of such elements with traditional circuitry and ladder circuits appears challenging. Yet, it is anticipated that alternative implementations of fractional elements will be possible using available technologies (off-chip and on-chip) for various frequency ranges. ... New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965. [13] A.D. ... [14] G.B. Arfken and H.J. Weber, Mathematical Methods for Physicists, 6th ed.

Title:Mathematical Methods in Systems, Optimization, and Control
Author:Harry Dym, Mauricio de Oliveira, Mihai Putinar
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-07-25


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