Modelling and Adaptive Control

Modelling and Adaptive Control : Proceedings of the IIASA Conference, Sopron, Hungary, July 1986

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This volume is the proceedings of an IIASA conference held in Sopron, Hungary, whose purpose was to bring together prominent control theorists and practitioners from the east and west in order to focus on fundamental systems and control problems arising in the areas of modelling and adaptive control.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 170 x 244 x 20.83mm | 779g
  • Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
  • Berlin, Germany
  • English
  • 13 Illustrations, black and white; V, 384 p. 13 illus.
  • 3540190198
  • 9783540190196

Table of contents

Erratum.- Asymptotically efficient rules in multiarmed bandit problems.- On some new types of mathematical models of complex systems.- Viability tubes.- Heuristics for nonlinear control.- Global observability and detectability: an overview.- Adaptive controllers for uncertain dynamical systems.- Deterministic control of uncertain systems.- Nonlinear control theory and differential algebra.- On the nonlinear equivalent of the notion of transmission zeros.- Realizations of reciprocal processes.- Modelling and analysis of distributed systems: A net theoretic approach.- Set-valued calculus in problems of adaptive control.- Filtering and control for wide bandwidth noise and `nearly' linear systems.- Convergence, cycling or strange motion in the adaptive synthesis of neurons.- Adaptive stabilization without high-gain.- Topological properties of observability for a system of parabolic type.- Simple algorithms for adaptive stabilization.- General structure of hierarchy control and management with both of objective and subjective approach.- Adaptive control and growth processes.- On the identifiability of factor analysis models.- Adaptive pole assignment by state feedback.- Qualitative theory and computational aspects of large scale dynamic nonlinear systems - A review and some open questions.- Sequential and stable methods for the solution of mass recovery problems (estimation of the spectrum and of the impendance function).- Modelling and control of two coordinated robot arms.- Ellipsoidal approximations in problems of control.
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