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Theory and Application of Digital Control : Proceedings of the IFAC Symposium, New Delhi, India, 5-7 January 1982.

By: Mahalanabis, A. K.
Material type: TextTextSeries: IFAC Proceedings: Publisher: Kent : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2014Copyright date: ©1982Description: 1 online resource (705 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483153773.Subject(s): Digital control systems -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Theory and Application of Digital Control : Proceedings of the IFAC Symposium, New Delhi, India, 5-7 January 1982DDC classification: 629.8/95 LOC classification: TJ216.T53 1982Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Front Cover -- Theory and Application of Digital Control -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- IFAC SYMPOSIUM ON THEORY AND APPLICATION OF DIGITAL CONTROL -- FOREWORD -- Chapter 1. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN STATISTICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Determining Optimal Filters -- 3. Implementation of Optimal Filters -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2. THE SOFTWARE AGE -- Chapter 3. FUZZY PROBABILITIES AND THEIR ROLE IN DECISION ANALYSIS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONCEPT OF FUZZY PROBABILITY -- CONCLUDING REMARK -- REFERENCES AND RELATED LITERATURE -- Chapter 4. LARGE SCALE CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN -- INTRODUCTION -- THE LARGE SCALE SYSTEM MODELLING PROBLEM -- SEQUENTIAL STABILITY AND THE LOCAL MODEL PROBLEM -- CHARACTERIZATIONS OF INTERCONNECTED DECENTRALIZED SYSTEMS -- CONCLUSIONS -- NUMERICAL EXAMPLE: SOLUTION OF LOAD AND FREQUENCY CONTROL PROBLEM USING LOCAL MODELS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 5. MICROPROCESSORS IN REAL-TIME CONTROL -- INTRODUCTION -- CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TECHNOLOGY -- CURRENT CONTROL APPLICATIONS -- FUTURE TRENDS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6. STATUS OF DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- FUNCTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS OF DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS -- DESIGN TECHNIQUES FOR DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 7. INTEGRAL CONTROL ACTION AND SEPARATED FEEDBACK CONTROL -- INTRODUCTION -- INTEGRATORS IN OPTIMAL STOCHASTIC CONTROL -- CASE STUDIES -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 8. SELFTUNING CASCADE CONTROL OF LINEAR AND NONLINEAR SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- SELFTUNING CASCADE CONTROL OF LINEAR SYSTEMS -- SELFTUING CASCADE CONTROL OF NONLINEAR SYSTEMS -- SIMULATION RESULTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 9. INTERACTIVE BLOCKORIENTATED CONTROL BY MICROCOMPUTER -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONCEPT OF BLOCKÔRIENTATION -- IMPLEMENTATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES.
Chapter 10. DIGITALIZING EXISTING CONTINUOUS-DATA CONTROL SYSTEMS VIA "CONTINUOUS FREQUENCY MATCHING" -- INTRODUCTION -- DIGITAL CONTROLLER DESIGN VIA CONTINUOUS FREQUENCY MATCHING -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 11.ON THE STRUCTURE OF QUANTIZED-CONTROL QUANTIZED-OBSERVATION SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- PRELIMINARIES -- QUANTIZED CONTROL SYSTEM -- FURTHER DISCUSSIONS -- STATE OBSERVATION USING QUANTIZED OUTPUT INFORMATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 12. A TEST CASE FOR ADAPTIVE CONTROL:CAR STEERING -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THE CAR STEERING MODEL -- 3. ADAPTIVE REGULATORS -- 4. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 13.ROBUST CONTROLLER DESIGN BY FREQUENCY- DEPENDENT COST FUNCTIONALS -- INTRODUCTION -- LINEAR-QUADRATIC-GAUSSIAN FORMULATION -- FREQUENCY SHAPING OF COST FUNCTIONALS -- FREQUENCY SHAPING IN STATE ESTIMATION -- EXAMPLES -- APPLICATION TO DIGITAL SYSTEMS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 14. DIGITAL COMPUTER CONTROL OF COMMUNICATION NETWORKS -- INTRODUCTION -- MODEL FORMULATION -- PROBLEM SOLUTION -- IMPLEMENTATION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 15. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF MARKOV CHAINS:A SURVEY -- INTRODUCTION -- ADAPTIVE POLICIES -- MAX LIKELIHOOD -- MODIFIED MLE -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 16. CAD COVERING ALL PULSE TRANSFER FUNCTIONS ATTAINABLE BY LINEAR COMPENSATION -- INTRODUCTION -- CONTROLLED OBJECTS -- PULSE TRANSFER FUNCTION SATTAINABLE BY LINEAR COMPENSATION -- CONTROL STRATEGY -- CAD PROGRAM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapyrt 17. DESIGN OF DIGITAL STATE-FEEDBACK CONTROLLERS USING A CAD PACKAGE -- INTRODUCTION -- MATHEMATICAL FORMULATION OF THE PROBLEM -- CAD SOFTWARE -- APPLICATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 18. COMPUTER-AIDED-DESIGN OF MAGNETICALLY SUSPENDED VEHICLES -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. VEHICLE DYNAMICS:SIMPLIFIED EQUATIONS.
3, CONTROL OF A MAGNETICALLY SUSPENDED VEHICLE -- 4, DESIGN CRITERIA -- 5. VEHICLE DYNAMICS: GENERALIZED EQUATIONS -- 6. MULTIVARIABLE CONTROLLER DESIGN -- 7. CONCLUSION -- 8. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- 9. REFERENCES -- Chapter 19. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF A NONLINEAR SYSTEM -- INTRODUCTION -- 2 .LINEAR SYSTEM: DYNAMICS AND CONTROL [3) -- 3.NONLINEAR SYSTEM: LINEAR FEEDBACK CONTROL. -- 4. MODEL-REFERENCE ADAPTIVE CONTROL [5,6] -- 5. ADAPTIVE STATE FEEDBACK CONTROL -- 6. MICROPROCESSOR SIMULATION -- 7.CONCLUDING COMMENTS -- 8. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- 9. REFERENCES -- 10. SYSTEM PARAMETERS -- Chapter 20..A SIMPLE CONTROL LANGUAGE FORMICROPROCESSORS AND ITS APPLICATIONS -- INTRODUCTION -- SOME DETAILS OF THE LANGUAGE -- REAL TIME FEATURES -- ASPECTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION -- SOME APPLICATIO -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 21.MULTIPROCESSORS FOR POWER SYSTEMS-SOME PROGRAMMING AND RESEARCH ISSUES -- POWER SYSTEMS -- ONGOING WORK - A BRIEF CRITIQUE -- THE Cm* MULTIPROCESSOR -- SOME PARALLEL PROGRAMMING ISSUES -- MODELS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 22. A SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE FOR DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEMS -- 1.INTRODUCTION -- 2. DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEMS -- 3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION -- 4. APPLICATION PROGRAMMING -- 5. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 23. REAL TIME ANALYSIS OF MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL SYSTEM -- INTRODUCTION -- DIGITAL CONTROL LOOP IMPLEMENTATION -- HARDWARE ERROR CONTRIBUTORS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 24. MULTIPROCESSOR SYSTEM FOR THE CONTROL OF ANALOGOUS AND DIGITAL SIGNALS -- INTRODUCTION -- DEMANDS FOR REALISATION -- DEMANDS -- MULTIPROCESSOR SYSTEMS -- MASTER COMPUTER -- SLAVE PROCESSOR -- UNIVERSAL APPLICATION -- Chapter 25. THEORETICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN DISCRETETIME CONTROL -- INTRODUCTION -- OPTIMAL CONTROL -- RICCATI EQUATION -- CONTROLLABILITY, STABILITY, AND ROBUSTNESS.
DEADBEAT AND MINIMUM-TIME SYSTEMS -- SAMPLING, QUANTIZATION, AND MICROPROCESSOR IMPLEMENTATION -- STOCHASTIC SYSTEMS -- GENERAL -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 26. OPTIMAL CONTROL OF DISCRETE SYSTEM WITH DELAY IN CONTROL AND IN ITS DERIVATIVE -- INTRODUCTION -- DISCRETE LINEAR TRACKING PROBLEM -- CONTROLLABILITY -- QUADRATIC LINEAR REGULATOR PROBLEMS -- OPTIMISATION -- SOLUTION OF THE TRACKING AND RICCATI EQUATION -- EXPRESSIONS FOR CONTROL INPUTS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 27. OBSERVABILITY AND DEAD-BEAT OBSERVERS FOR DISCRETE-TIME LINEAR SYSTEMS WITH UNKNOWN INPUTS -- INTRODUCTION -- UNOBSERVABLE SUBSPACE -- OBSERVABILITY -- DEAD-BEAT OBSERVER -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX -- Chapter 28. A SINGULAR PERTURBATION METHOD FOR BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS IN DISCRETE SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- PROBLEM STATEMENT -- BASIC PRINCIPLE OF TΗΕ METHOD -- DEVELOPMENT OF THE METHOD -- CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSION -- ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE- -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REEERENCES -- Chapter 29. SIMULATION AND CONTROL OF DISCRETE GENERALIZED STATE SPACE SYSTEMS -- 1.INTRODUCTION -- 2. BACKGROUND DEVELOPMENT -- 3.MAIN RESULTS -- 4. CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 30. CONTROL OF WATER RESOURCE SYSTEM FOR HYDROPOWER SCHEDULING -- INTRODUCTION -- SYSTEM DESCRIPTION AND MODELING -- CONTROL STRATEGY -- REFERENCES -- RESULTS OF SIMULATION STUDIES -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 31. SIMULTANEOUS MULTIPLE DATA TRANSMISSION BY USING DELAYED PSEUDO RANDOM SIGNALS -- INTRODUCTION -- PRINCIPLE OF SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION OF SIGNALS -- FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- EXPERIMENTAL APPARATUS -- Chapter 32. APPLICATION OF OBSERVERS TO INSTRUMENT FAILURE DETECTION1 -- INTRODUCTION -- SURVEY ON IFD SCHEMES -- SENSITIVITY STUDY OF CLARK'S SIMPLIFIED IFD SCHEME.
ROBUST OBSERVER SCHEME (ROS) FOR IFD -- IFD OF A NUCLEAR POWER STATION VIA ROS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 33. MODELLING AND MAINTENANCE OF DETERIORATING SENSORS FOR FILTERING -- INTRODUCTION -- MODELLING OF DETERIORATION AND MAINTENANCE -- OPTIMAL MAINTENANCE P0LÏCY (MODEL I) -- OPTIMAL MAINTENANCE POLICY (MODAL II) -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 34. A ROBUST DIGITAL-ANALOG CONTROL STRATEGY FOR ENSURING RAPID RESPONSE -- PONSE AND ZERO TRACKING ERROR -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONTROLLER STRUCTURE -- ALTERNATIVE CONTROLLER STRUCTURES -- EXAMPLE -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 35. NEW METHODS OF CONTROLLING NONLINEAR SYSTEM REPRESENTED BY DISCRETE VOLTERRA FUNCTIONAL SERIES -- INTRODUCTION -- THEORETICAL ANALYSIS -- DESIGN OF CONTROL SYSTEM FOR MATHEMATICAL MODEL -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 36. CONTROL METHOD OF BIPED LOCOMOTION GIVING ASYMPTOTIC STABILITY OF TRAJECTORY -- INTRODUCTION -- EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR A BIPED MODEL -- CONTROL METHOD -- MORPHOLOGICAL DISCUSSION -- SIMULATION -- BIPEDAL WALKING MACHINE "BIPMAN" -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX 2 -- Chapter 37.NEW UNBIASED METHODS FOR NARROWBAND SPECTRAL ESTIMATION -- INTRODUCTION -- FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS -- IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NOTCH FILTER -- TOEPLITZ APPROXIMATION FORMULATION -- SVD TOEPLITZ APPROXIMATION METHOD -- SIMULATION RESULTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 38. MAP DETECTION AND ESTIMATION OF SEISMIC REFLECTION COEFFICIENTS -- I. INTRODUCTION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 39. AN ADAPTIVE PATTERN RECOGNITION SCHEME WITH APPLICATION IN MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS -- INTRODUCTION -- PATTERN RECOGNITION IN MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS -- A MULTISTAGE DECISION MAKING MODEL -- LEARNING THE PROBABILITY THRESHOLD -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 40. D-STEP AHEAD PREDICTION IN LATTICE ANDLADDER FORM -- I. INTRODUCTION.
II. THE BASIC LATTICE STRUCTURE.
Summary: Theory and Application of Digital Control contains the proceedings of the IFAC Symposium held at New Delhi, India on January 5-7, 1982. This book particularly presents the texts of the five plenary talks and the 110 papers of the symposium. This book organizes the papers into 109 chapters, with nearly one-third of the papers focus on digital control, particularly, software and hardware of control using microcomputers; computer-aided design; and adaptive control and modeling for digital control. Another set of papers deal with several applications of digital control techniques in solving interesting problems of socio economic systems, electrical power systems, bio systems, and artificial satellites. The reader will benefit hugely from the topics in this book that span several important theoretical and applied areas of the fast-changing topic of digital control.
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Front Cover -- Theory and Application of Digital Control -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- IFAC SYMPOSIUM ON THEORY AND APPLICATION OF DIGITAL CONTROL -- FOREWORD -- Chapter 1. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN STATISTICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Determining Optimal Filters -- 3. Implementation of Optimal Filters -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2. THE SOFTWARE AGE -- Chapter 3. FUZZY PROBABILITIES AND THEIR ROLE IN DECISION ANALYSIS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONCEPT OF FUZZY PROBABILITY -- CONCLUDING REMARK -- REFERENCES AND RELATED LITERATURE -- Chapter 4. LARGE SCALE CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN -- INTRODUCTION -- THE LARGE SCALE SYSTEM MODELLING PROBLEM -- SEQUENTIAL STABILITY AND THE LOCAL MODEL PROBLEM -- CHARACTERIZATIONS OF INTERCONNECTED DECENTRALIZED SYSTEMS -- CONCLUSIONS -- NUMERICAL EXAMPLE: SOLUTION OF LOAD AND FREQUENCY CONTROL PROBLEM USING LOCAL MODELS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 5. MICROPROCESSORS IN REAL-TIME CONTROL -- INTRODUCTION -- CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TECHNOLOGY -- CURRENT CONTROL APPLICATIONS -- FUTURE TRENDS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 6. STATUS OF DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- FUNCTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS OF DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS -- DESIGN TECHNIQUES FOR DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 7. INTEGRAL CONTROL ACTION AND SEPARATED FEEDBACK CONTROL -- INTRODUCTION -- INTEGRATORS IN OPTIMAL STOCHASTIC CONTROL -- CASE STUDIES -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 8. SELFTUNING CASCADE CONTROL OF LINEAR AND NONLINEAR SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- SELFTUNING CASCADE CONTROL OF LINEAR SYSTEMS -- SELFTUING CASCADE CONTROL OF NONLINEAR SYSTEMS -- SIMULATION RESULTS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 9. INTERACTIVE BLOCKORIENTATED CONTROL BY MICROCOMPUTER -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONCEPT OF BLOCKÔRIENTATION -- IMPLEMENTATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES.

Chapter 10. DIGITALIZING EXISTING CONTINUOUS-DATA CONTROL SYSTEMS VIA "CONTINUOUS FREQUENCY MATCHING" -- INTRODUCTION -- DIGITAL CONTROLLER DESIGN VIA CONTINUOUS FREQUENCY MATCHING -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 11.ON THE STRUCTURE OF QUANTIZED-CONTROL QUANTIZED-OBSERVATION SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- PRELIMINARIES -- QUANTIZED CONTROL SYSTEM -- FURTHER DISCUSSIONS -- STATE OBSERVATION USING QUANTIZED OUTPUT INFORMATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 12. A TEST CASE FOR ADAPTIVE CONTROL:CAR STEERING -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THE CAR STEERING MODEL -- 3. ADAPTIVE REGULATORS -- 4. CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 13.ROBUST CONTROLLER DESIGN BY FREQUENCY- DEPENDENT COST FUNCTIONALS -- INTRODUCTION -- LINEAR-QUADRATIC-GAUSSIAN FORMULATION -- FREQUENCY SHAPING OF COST FUNCTIONALS -- FREQUENCY SHAPING IN STATE ESTIMATION -- EXAMPLES -- APPLICATION TO DIGITAL SYSTEMS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 14. DIGITAL COMPUTER CONTROL OF COMMUNICATION NETWORKS -- INTRODUCTION -- MODEL FORMULATION -- PROBLEM SOLUTION -- IMPLEMENTATION -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 15. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF MARKOV CHAINS:A SURVEY -- INTRODUCTION -- ADAPTIVE POLICIES -- MAX LIKELIHOOD -- MODIFIED MLE -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 16. CAD COVERING ALL PULSE TRANSFER FUNCTIONS ATTAINABLE BY LINEAR COMPENSATION -- INTRODUCTION -- CONTROLLED OBJECTS -- PULSE TRANSFER FUNCTION SATTAINABLE BY LINEAR COMPENSATION -- CONTROL STRATEGY -- CAD PROGRAM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapyrt 17. DESIGN OF DIGITAL STATE-FEEDBACK CONTROLLERS USING A CAD PACKAGE -- INTRODUCTION -- MATHEMATICAL FORMULATION OF THE PROBLEM -- CAD SOFTWARE -- APPLICATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 18. COMPUTER-AIDED-DESIGN OF MAGNETICALLY SUSPENDED VEHICLES -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. VEHICLE DYNAMICS:SIMPLIFIED EQUATIONS.

3, CONTROL OF A MAGNETICALLY SUSPENDED VEHICLE -- 4, DESIGN CRITERIA -- 5. VEHICLE DYNAMICS: GENERALIZED EQUATIONS -- 6. MULTIVARIABLE CONTROLLER DESIGN -- 7. CONCLUSION -- 8. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- 9. REFERENCES -- Chapter 19. ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF A NONLINEAR SYSTEM -- INTRODUCTION -- 2 .LINEAR SYSTEM: DYNAMICS AND CONTROL [3) -- 3.NONLINEAR SYSTEM: LINEAR FEEDBACK CONTROL. -- 4. MODEL-REFERENCE ADAPTIVE CONTROL [5,6] -- 5. ADAPTIVE STATE FEEDBACK CONTROL -- 6. MICROPROCESSOR SIMULATION -- 7.CONCLUDING COMMENTS -- 8. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -- 9. REFERENCES -- 10. SYSTEM PARAMETERS -- Chapter 20..A SIMPLE CONTROL LANGUAGE FORMICROPROCESSORS AND ITS APPLICATIONS -- INTRODUCTION -- SOME DETAILS OF THE LANGUAGE -- REAL TIME FEATURES -- ASPECTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION -- SOME APPLICATIO -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 21.MULTIPROCESSORS FOR POWER SYSTEMS-SOME PROGRAMMING AND RESEARCH ISSUES -- POWER SYSTEMS -- ONGOING WORK - A BRIEF CRITIQUE -- THE Cm* MULTIPROCESSOR -- SOME PARALLEL PROGRAMMING ISSUES -- MODELS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 22. A SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE FOR DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEMS -- 1.INTRODUCTION -- 2. DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEMS -- 3. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION -- 4. APPLICATION PROGRAMMING -- 5. CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 23. REAL TIME ANALYSIS OF MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL SYSTEM -- INTRODUCTION -- DIGITAL CONTROL LOOP IMPLEMENTATION -- HARDWARE ERROR CONTRIBUTORS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 24. MULTIPROCESSOR SYSTEM FOR THE CONTROL OF ANALOGOUS AND DIGITAL SIGNALS -- INTRODUCTION -- DEMANDS FOR REALISATION -- DEMANDS -- MULTIPROCESSOR SYSTEMS -- MASTER COMPUTER -- SLAVE PROCESSOR -- UNIVERSAL APPLICATION -- Chapter 25. THEORETICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN DISCRETETIME CONTROL -- INTRODUCTION -- OPTIMAL CONTROL -- RICCATI EQUATION -- CONTROLLABILITY, STABILITY, AND ROBUSTNESS.

DEADBEAT AND MINIMUM-TIME SYSTEMS -- SAMPLING, QUANTIZATION, AND MICROPROCESSOR IMPLEMENTATION -- STOCHASTIC SYSTEMS -- GENERAL -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 26. OPTIMAL CONTROL OF DISCRETE SYSTEM WITH DELAY IN CONTROL AND IN ITS DERIVATIVE -- INTRODUCTION -- DISCRETE LINEAR TRACKING PROBLEM -- CONTROLLABILITY -- QUADRATIC LINEAR REGULATOR PROBLEMS -- OPTIMISATION -- SOLUTION OF THE TRACKING AND RICCATI EQUATION -- EXPRESSIONS FOR CONTROL INPUTS -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 27. OBSERVABILITY AND DEAD-BEAT OBSERVERS FOR DISCRETE-TIME LINEAR SYSTEMS WITH UNKNOWN INPUTS -- INTRODUCTION -- UNOBSERVABLE SUBSPACE -- OBSERVABILITY -- DEAD-BEAT OBSERVER -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENT -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX -- Chapter 28. A SINGULAR PERTURBATION METHOD FOR BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS IN DISCRETE SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- PROBLEM STATEMENT -- BASIC PRINCIPLE OF TΗΕ METHOD -- DEVELOPMENT OF THE METHOD -- CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSION -- ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE- -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REEERENCES -- Chapter 29. SIMULATION AND CONTROL OF DISCRETE GENERALIZED STATE SPACE SYSTEMS -- 1.INTRODUCTION -- 2. BACKGROUND DEVELOPMENT -- 3.MAIN RESULTS -- 4. CONCLUDING REMARKS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 30. CONTROL OF WATER RESOURCE SYSTEM FOR HYDROPOWER SCHEDULING -- INTRODUCTION -- SYSTEM DESCRIPTION AND MODELING -- CONTROL STRATEGY -- REFERENCES -- RESULTS OF SIMULATION STUDIES -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 31. SIMULTANEOUS MULTIPLE DATA TRANSMISSION BY USING DELAYED PSEUDO RANDOM SIGNALS -- INTRODUCTION -- PRINCIPLE OF SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION OF SIGNALS -- FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- EXPERIMENTAL APPARATUS -- Chapter 32. APPLICATION OF OBSERVERS TO INSTRUMENT FAILURE DETECTION1 -- INTRODUCTION -- SURVEY ON IFD SCHEMES -- SENSITIVITY STUDY OF CLARK'S SIMPLIFIED IFD SCHEME.

ROBUST OBSERVER SCHEME (ROS) FOR IFD -- IFD OF A NUCLEAR POWER STATION VIA ROS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 33. MODELLING AND MAINTENANCE OF DETERIORATING SENSORS FOR FILTERING -- INTRODUCTION -- MODELLING OF DETERIORATION AND MAINTENANCE -- OPTIMAL MAINTENANCE P0LÏCY (MODEL I) -- OPTIMAL MAINTENANCE POLICY (MODAL II) -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 34. A ROBUST DIGITAL-ANALOG CONTROL STRATEGY FOR ENSURING RAPID RESPONSE -- PONSE AND ZERO TRACKING ERROR -- INTRODUCTION -- THE CONTROLLER STRUCTURE -- ALTERNATIVE CONTROLLER STRUCTURES -- EXAMPLE -- CONCLUSIONS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 35. NEW METHODS OF CONTROLLING NONLINEAR SYSTEM REPRESENTED BY DISCRETE VOLTERRA FUNCTIONAL SERIES -- INTRODUCTION -- THEORETICAL ANALYSIS -- DESIGN OF CONTROL SYSTEM FOR MATHEMATICAL MODEL -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 36. CONTROL METHOD OF BIPED LOCOMOTION GIVING ASYMPTOTIC STABILITY OF TRAJECTORY -- INTRODUCTION -- EQUATIONS OF MOTION FOR A BIPED MODEL -- CONTROL METHOD -- MORPHOLOGICAL DISCUSSION -- SIMULATION -- BIPEDAL WALKING MACHINE "BIPMAN" -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- APPENDIX 2 -- Chapter 37.NEW UNBIASED METHODS FOR NARROWBAND SPECTRAL ESTIMATION -- INTRODUCTION -- FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS -- IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NOTCH FILTER -- TOEPLITZ APPROXIMATION FORMULATION -- SVD TOEPLITZ APPROXIMATION METHOD -- SIMULATION RESULTS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 38. MAP DETECTION AND ESTIMATION OF SEISMIC REFLECTION COEFFICIENTS -- I. INTRODUCTION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 39. AN ADAPTIVE PATTERN RECOGNITION SCHEME WITH APPLICATION IN MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS -- INTRODUCTION -- PATTERN RECOGNITION IN MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS -- A MULTISTAGE DECISION MAKING MODEL -- LEARNING THE PROBABILITY THRESHOLD -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 40. D-STEP AHEAD PREDICTION IN LATTICE ANDLADDER FORM -- I. INTRODUCTION.

II. THE BASIC LATTICE STRUCTURE.

Theory and Application of Digital Control contains the proceedings of the IFAC Symposium held at New Delhi, India on January 5-7, 1982. This book particularly presents the texts of the five plenary talks and the 110 papers of the symposium. This book organizes the papers into 109 chapters, with nearly one-third of the papers focus on digital control, particularly, software and hardware of control using microcomputers; computer-aided design; and adaptive control and modeling for digital control. Another set of papers deal with several applications of digital control techniques in solving interesting problems of socio economic systems, electrical power systems, bio systems, and artificial satellites. The reader will benefit hugely from the topics in this book that span several important theoretical and applied areas of the fast-changing topic of digital control.

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