By K. J. Åström (auth.), Paul M. Frank (eds.)
Advances in Control comprises keynote contributions and educational fabric from the 5th eu keep watch over convention, held in Germany in September 1999. the themes coated are of specific relevance to all lecturers and practitioners within the box of contemporary regulate engineering. those contain:
- smooth keep watch over conception
- Fault Tolerant keep an eye on platforms
- Linear Descriptor platforms
- widely used strong keep an eye on layout
- Verification of Hybrid structures
- New business views
- Nonlinear method id
- Multi-Modal Telepresence structures
- complicated suggestions for strategy keep an eye on
- Nonlinear Predictive regulate
- common sense Controllers of constant crops
- Two-dimensional Linear platforms.
This vital choice of paintings is brought via Professor P.M. Frank who has virtually 40 years of expertise within the box of computerized keep watch over. state of the art learn, specialist evaluations and destiny advancements up to speed idea and its commercial functions, mix to make this a necessary quantity for all these curious about regulate engineering.
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Advances in Control: Highlights of ECC’99 by K. J. Åström (auth.), Paul M. Frank (eds.)