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Delay Systems : From Theory to Numerics and Applications

By: Vyhlídal, Tomáš.
Contributor(s): Lafay, Jean-François | Sipahi, Rifat.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Advances in Delays and Dynamics: Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2013Description: 1 online resource (417 p.).ISBN: 9783319016955.Subject(s): Materials | Time delay systemsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Delay Systems : From Theory to Numerics and ApplicationsDDC classification: 620 LOC classification: TJ213Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Preface; Acronyms; Part I Stability Analysis and Control Design; Necessary Stability Conditions for One Delay Systems: A Lyapunov Matrix Approach; 1 Introduction; 2 Preliminaries; 2.1 Theoretical Framework; 2.2 Auxiliary Results; 3 Necessary Conditions; 4 Illustrative Example and Additional Considerations; References; Control of Linear Delay Systems: An Approach without Explicit Predictions; 1 Introduction; 2 Controllability Properties; 3 Remarks on Modules over the Ring K[δ ]; 4 Prediction-Free Control; 4.1 Conditions in the Commensurate Case; 4.2 Conditions in the Incommensurate Case
4.3 Control Design5 Example: A Heat Accumulator; 5.1 Control via the Jacket Temperature T0; 5.2 Control via the Inlet Temperature Tin; 5.3 Two Control Inputs; References; New Integral Inequality and Its Application to Time-Delay Systems; 1 Introduction; 2 Preliminaries; 2.1 Jensen's Inequality; 2.2 Different Wirtinger Inequalities; 3 Application of the Wirtinger's Inequalities; 4 Appropriate Inequalities for Robust Stability Analysis; 5 Application to the Stability Analysis of Time-Delay Systems; 5.1 Systems with Constant and Known Delay
5.2 Systems with Constant and Unknown Delay: Delay Range Stability5.3 Examples; 6 Conclusions; References; A Matrix Technique for Robust Controller Design for Discrete-Time Time-Delayed Systems; 1 Introduction; 2 The Problem Statement; 3 Robust Stability Analysis; 4 Dominant Pole Assignment; 5 Example Case Studies; 6 Conclusion and Discussion; References; Dominant Trio of Poles Assignment in Delayed PID Control Loop; 1 Introduction; 2 Selecting the Candidate Group of Dominant Poles; 3 Three Pole Dominant Placement in Delayed PID Feedback Loop; 3.1 Ultimate Frequency Assessment
4 Argument Increment Based Check to Prove the Dominance5 Relative Damping Optimization in the PID Parameter Setting; 5.1 Damping Optimization; 5.2 Example 1 - Controlling Second Order System; 5.3 Example 2 - Controlling Third Order System; 6 Concluding Remarks; References; Stability of Systems with State Delay Subjected to Digital Control; 1 Introduction; 2 Semi-discretization; 2.1 One-Point Methods; 2.2 Two-Point Methods; 3 Example: The Delayed Oscillator; 4 Example: Application to Turning Processes; 5 Conclusions; References; Part II Networks and Graphs
Control Design for Teleoperation over Unreliable Networks: A Predictor-Based Approach1 Introduction; 2 A Delay Formulation for Teleoperation Problems; 3 Force-Reflecting Emulator Control Scheme; 3.1 System Description and Problem Formulation; 3.2 Problem 1: Local Controller Design; 3.3 Problem 2: Master-Emulator Synchronization; 3.4 Problem 3: Slave-Emulator Synchronization; 3.5 Global Stability and Performance Analysis; 3.6 Tracking in Abrupt Changing Motion; 3.7 Tracking in Wall Contact Motion; 4 Conclusions; References
Graph Laplacian Design of a LTI Consensus System for the Largest Delay Margin: Case Studies
Summary: This volume is the first of the new series Advances in Dynamics and Delays. It offers the latest advances in the research of analyzing and controlling dynamical systems with delays, which arise in many real-world problems. The contributions in this series are a collection across various disciplines, encompassing engineering, physics, biology, and economics, and some are extensions of those presented at the IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control) conferences since 2011. The series is categorized in five parts covering the main themes of the contributions:·         Stabilit
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Preface; Acronyms; Part I Stability Analysis and Control Design; Necessary Stability Conditions for One Delay Systems: A Lyapunov Matrix Approach; 1 Introduction; 2 Preliminaries; 2.1 Theoretical Framework; 2.2 Auxiliary Results; 3 Necessary Conditions; 4 Illustrative Example and Additional Considerations; References; Control of Linear Delay Systems: An Approach without Explicit Predictions; 1 Introduction; 2 Controllability Properties; 3 Remarks on Modules over the Ring K[δ ]; 4 Prediction-Free Control; 4.1 Conditions in the Commensurate Case; 4.2 Conditions in the Incommensurate Case

4.3 Control Design5 Example: A Heat Accumulator; 5.1 Control via the Jacket Temperature T0; 5.2 Control via the Inlet Temperature Tin; 5.3 Two Control Inputs; References; New Integral Inequality and Its Application to Time-Delay Systems; 1 Introduction; 2 Preliminaries; 2.1 Jensen's Inequality; 2.2 Different Wirtinger Inequalities; 3 Application of the Wirtinger's Inequalities; 4 Appropriate Inequalities for Robust Stability Analysis; 5 Application to the Stability Analysis of Time-Delay Systems; 5.1 Systems with Constant and Known Delay

5.2 Systems with Constant and Unknown Delay: Delay Range Stability5.3 Examples; 6 Conclusions; References; A Matrix Technique for Robust Controller Design for Discrete-Time Time-Delayed Systems; 1 Introduction; 2 The Problem Statement; 3 Robust Stability Analysis; 4 Dominant Pole Assignment; 5 Example Case Studies; 6 Conclusion and Discussion; References; Dominant Trio of Poles Assignment in Delayed PID Control Loop; 1 Introduction; 2 Selecting the Candidate Group of Dominant Poles; 3 Three Pole Dominant Placement in Delayed PID Feedback Loop; 3.1 Ultimate Frequency Assessment

4 Argument Increment Based Check to Prove the Dominance5 Relative Damping Optimization in the PID Parameter Setting; 5.1 Damping Optimization; 5.2 Example 1 - Controlling Second Order System; 5.3 Example 2 - Controlling Third Order System; 6 Concluding Remarks; References; Stability of Systems with State Delay Subjected to Digital Control; 1 Introduction; 2 Semi-discretization; 2.1 One-Point Methods; 2.2 Two-Point Methods; 3 Example: The Delayed Oscillator; 4 Example: Application to Turning Processes; 5 Conclusions; References; Part II Networks and Graphs

Control Design for Teleoperation over Unreliable Networks: A Predictor-Based Approach1 Introduction; 2 A Delay Formulation for Teleoperation Problems; 3 Force-Reflecting Emulator Control Scheme; 3.1 System Description and Problem Formulation; 3.2 Problem 1: Local Controller Design; 3.3 Problem 2: Master-Emulator Synchronization; 3.4 Problem 3: Slave-Emulator Synchronization; 3.5 Global Stability and Performance Analysis; 3.6 Tracking in Abrupt Changing Motion; 3.7 Tracking in Wall Contact Motion; 4 Conclusions; References

Graph Laplacian Design of a LTI Consensus System for the Largest Delay Margin: Case Studies

This volume is the first of the new series Advances in Dynamics and Delays. It offers the latest advances in the research of analyzing and controlling dynamical systems with delays, which arise in many real-world problems. The contributions in this series are a collection across various disciplines, encompassing engineering, physics, biology, and economics, and some are extensions of those presented at the IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control) conferences since 2011. The series is categorized in five parts covering the main themes of the contributions:·         Stabilit

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