This work presents traditional methods and current techniques of incorporating the computer into closed-loop dynamic systems control, combining conventional transfer function design and state variable concepts. Digital Control Designer - an award-winning software program which permits the solution of highly complex problems - is available on the CRC Press Website at http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9780824789145. This edition: supplies new coverage of the Ragazzini technique; describes digital filtering, including Butterworth prototype filters; and more.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Digital Control Linear Difference Equations and the z-Transform Elementary Digital Control System Design Using Transform Techniques Advanced Digital Control System Design Techniques Employing the z-Transform Digital Filtering and Digital Compensator Design State-Variable Representation in Digital Control Systems Quantization and Error Effects State-Space Approach to Control System Design Linear Discrete-Time Optimal Control Discrete-Time Stochastic Systems State Estimation in the Presence of Noise Discrete-Time Stochastic Control Systems Introduction to System Identification Appendix A: Tables and Properties of z-Transforms Appendix B: Algebraic Eigenvalue-Eigenvictor Problem Appendix C: Proof of the Matrix Inversion Lemma Appendix D: Digital Control Designe
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