Applied and Computational Control, Signals, and Circuits

Applied and Computational Control, Signals, and Circuits : Recent Developments

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Applied and Computational Control, Signals, and Circuits: Recent Developments is an interdisciplinary book blending mathematics, computational mathematics, scientific computing and software engineering with control and systems theory, signal processing, and circuit simulations. The material consists of seven state-of-the-art review chapters, each written by a leading expert in that field. Each of the technical chapters deals exclusively with some of the recent developments involving applications and computations of control, signals and circuits. Also included is a Chapter focusing on the newly developed Fortran-based software library, called SLICOT, for control systems design and analysis.
This collection will be an excellent reference work for research scientists, practicing engineers, and graduate level students of control and systems, circuit design, power systems and signal processing.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 285 pages
  • 160 x 241.3 x 20.3mm | 498.96g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • XVI, 285 p.
  • 0792374029
  • 9780792374022

Table of contents

Preface. Editorial Board. Contributors. 1. Constant disturbance rejection and zero steady state tracking error for nonlinear systems design; S.W. Su, et al. 2. Control Problems in Telecommunications: The Heavy Traffic Approach; H.J. Kushner. 3. Multi-Time PDEs for Dynamical System Analysis; J. Roychowdhury. 4. Formal Verification of Circuit Designs; R.P. Kurshan. 5. Large Scale Power System Computations: Applications of Iterative Techniques; D. Chaniotis, M.A. Pai. 6. A Direction Set Based Algorithm for Adaptive Least Squares Problems in Signal Processing; M.-Q. Chen. 7. Model Reduction Software in the SLICOT Library; A. Varga. Index.
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