Adaptive Control Systems
This book describes the state-of-the-art of adaptive control in particular with regard to realization with digital process computers, microcomputers and personal computers. It presents the fundamental principles through the design steps, theoretical analysis, simulation studies, comparison, software and hardware realization to real applications. The first two parts cover adaptive control based on process identification and parameter estimation in discrete time and incontinuous time. The authors then go on to discuss model reference adaptive control, adaptive control of multivariable processes and the adaptive control of nonlinear processes. Finally, adaptive control applications for different industrial processes with process computers, microcomputer and personal computers are introduced.
- Hardback | 550 pages
- 162.56 x 220.98 x 40.64mm | 929.86g
- 01 May 1991
- Pearson Education Limited
- Harlow, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Introduction; different approaches to adaptive control; on-line identification of dynamic processes and stochastic signals; controller design; parameter adaptive control; nonparametric adaptive control; model reference control with local parameter optimization; globally stable model reference adaptive control; on-line identification methods for the continuous time models; parameter adaptive control systems basd on continous-time process models; convergence of recursive estimators; stability of parameter adaptive control; robustness in parameter adaptive control; process models for multivariable processes; multivariable control algorithms; nonlinear process models; nonlinear controller design; application of suitable combinations to simulated processes; adaptive control of different processes.