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System Structure and Control 1992.

By: Strejc, V.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.IFAC Postprint Volume: Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (510 p.).ISBN: 9781483297927.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: System Structure and Control 1992Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; System Structure and Control; Copyright Page; IFAC WORKSHOP ON SYSTEM STRUCTURE AND CONTROL; Table of Contents; CHAPTER 1.SOME REMARKS ON A NEW CHARACTERIZATION OFLINEAR CONTROLLABILITY; 1 Introduction; 2 A short review of the module-theoretic approach; 3 On Willems' trajectory characterization of controllability; 4 On Brunovsky's canonical form; References; CHAPTER 2. THE DIRECT (INVERSE) NYQUIST ARRAY AND QUANTITATIVE FEEDBACK THEORY APPROACHES TO MULTIVARIABLE FEEDBACK DESIGN : A STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT FOR 2-INPUT 2-OUTPUT SYSTEMS; Abstract; 1. INTRODUCTION
2. REVIEW OF INDIVIDUAL CHANNEL DESIGN3. THE DIRECT (INVERSE) NYQUIST ARRAY; 4. QUANTITATIVE FEEDBACK THEORY; 5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 3. FEEDBACK REALIZATION OF OPEN LOOP DIAGONALIZERS; 1. INTRODUCTION; 3. PRELIMINARY RESULTS; 4. MAIN RESULTS; 5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4.POLYNOMIAL FORMULATION OF MORGAN'S PROBLEM; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; PROBLEM FORMULATION; NECESSARY CONDITIONS FOR DECOUPLING; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 5.FIXED DEGREE SOLUTIONS OF POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; EXISTENCE CONDITIONS; PARAMETRIZATION; CONCLUSIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
REFERENCESCHAPTER 6.FREE END-POINT LINEAR-QUADRATIC CONTROL SUBJECT TO IMPLICIT CONTINUOUS-TIME SYSTEMS: NECESSARY AND SUFFICIENT CONDITIONS FOR SOLVABILITY; Abstract; 1. Introduction and preliminaries; 2. Main results; References; CHAPTER 7. STRICTLY DOUBLY COPRIME FACTORIZATIONS RELATED TO REDUCED ORDER OBSERVERS; Abstract; Introduction; Nomenclature; Preliminaries; Strictly doubly coprime factorizations; All stabilizing compensators related to reduced-order observers; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 8. GENERALIZED BEZOUTIAN FOR DISCRETE-TIME LINEAR PERIODIC SYSTEMS; Abstract.
INTRODUCTIONREALIZATIONS OF PERIODIC RATIONAL MATRICES; PERIODIC GENERALIZED BEZOUTIAN; MINIMAL REALIZATIONS. PERIODIC BEZOUTIAN AND HANKEL MATRICES; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 9.Equivalence Transformations of Rational Matrices; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Structure of Rational Matrices in ΩÇC; 3. Equivalence of Matrices in ΩCCU {∞}; 4. Conclusions; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 10. ROBUST He ATTENUATION OF INPUT / OUTPUT COUPLINGS FOR LINEAR SYSTEMS; Abstract; 1 - INTRODUCTION AND PROBLEM STATEMENT; 2 - PRELIMINARY RESULTS; 3 - ROBUSTNESS AND ATTENUATION OF INPUT - OUTPUT COUPLINGS; 4 - REFERENCES
CHAPTER 11.STATE-SPACE STRUCTURES FOR ARMA MODELSINTRODUCTION; SYSTEM DEFINITION; STATE-SPACE MODEL I; STATE-SPACE MODEL II; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 12.On the derivation of a state-space model of a periodic process described by difference equations; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Preliminaries and notations; 3. A time-invariant characterization of ω-periodic systems and models; 4. System equivalence; 5. References; CHAPTER 13. GENERALIZED RICCATI EQUATION AND SPECTRAL FACTORIZATION FOR DISCRETE-TIME DESCRIPTOR SYSTEM; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; DESCRIPTOR SYSTEM; SPECTRAL FACTORIZATION
SOLUTION OF GENERALIZED ALGEBRAIC RICCATI EQUATION
Summary: Provides a useful reference source on system structure and control. Covers, linear systems, nonlinear systems, robust control, implicit system, chaotic systems, singular and time-varying systems.
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Front Cover; System Structure and Control; Copyright Page; IFAC WORKSHOP ON SYSTEM STRUCTURE AND CONTROL; Table of Contents; CHAPTER 1.SOME REMARKS ON A NEW CHARACTERIZATION OFLINEAR CONTROLLABILITY; 1 Introduction; 2 A short review of the module-theoretic approach; 3 On Willems' trajectory characterization of controllability; 4 On Brunovsky's canonical form; References; CHAPTER 2. THE DIRECT (INVERSE) NYQUIST ARRAY AND QUANTITATIVE FEEDBACK THEORY APPROACHES TO MULTIVARIABLE FEEDBACK DESIGN : A STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT FOR 2-INPUT 2-OUTPUT SYSTEMS; Abstract; 1. INTRODUCTION

2. REVIEW OF INDIVIDUAL CHANNEL DESIGN3. THE DIRECT (INVERSE) NYQUIST ARRAY; 4. QUANTITATIVE FEEDBACK THEORY; 5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 3. FEEDBACK REALIZATION OF OPEN LOOP DIAGONALIZERS; 1. INTRODUCTION; 3. PRELIMINARY RESULTS; 4. MAIN RESULTS; 5. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4.POLYNOMIAL FORMULATION OF MORGAN'S PROBLEM; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; PROBLEM FORMULATION; NECESSARY CONDITIONS FOR DECOUPLING; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 5.FIXED DEGREE SOLUTIONS OF POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; EXISTENCE CONDITIONS; PARAMETRIZATION; CONCLUSIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

REFERENCESCHAPTER 6.FREE END-POINT LINEAR-QUADRATIC CONTROL SUBJECT TO IMPLICIT CONTINUOUS-TIME SYSTEMS: NECESSARY AND SUFFICIENT CONDITIONS FOR SOLVABILITY; Abstract; 1. Introduction and preliminaries; 2. Main results; References; CHAPTER 7. STRICTLY DOUBLY COPRIME FACTORIZATIONS RELATED TO REDUCED ORDER OBSERVERS; Abstract; Introduction; Nomenclature; Preliminaries; Strictly doubly coprime factorizations; All stabilizing compensators related to reduced-order observers; Conclusions; References; CHAPTER 8. GENERALIZED BEZOUTIAN FOR DISCRETE-TIME LINEAR PERIODIC SYSTEMS; Abstract.

INTRODUCTIONREALIZATIONS OF PERIODIC RATIONAL MATRICES; PERIODIC GENERALIZED BEZOUTIAN; MINIMAL REALIZATIONS. PERIODIC BEZOUTIAN AND HANKEL MATRICES; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 9.Equivalence Transformations of Rational Matrices; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Structure of Rational Matrices in ΩÇC; 3. Equivalence of Matrices in ΩCCU {∞}; 4. Conclusions; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 10. ROBUST He ATTENUATION OF INPUT / OUTPUT COUPLINGS FOR LINEAR SYSTEMS; Abstract; 1 - INTRODUCTION AND PROBLEM STATEMENT; 2 - PRELIMINARY RESULTS; 3 - ROBUSTNESS AND ATTENUATION OF INPUT - OUTPUT COUPLINGS; 4 - REFERENCES

CHAPTER 11.STATE-SPACE STRUCTURES FOR ARMA MODELSINTRODUCTION; SYSTEM DEFINITION; STATE-SPACE MODEL I; STATE-SPACE MODEL II; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 12.On the derivation of a state-space model of a periodic process described by difference equations; Abstract; 1. Introduction; 2. Preliminaries and notations; 3. A time-invariant characterization of ω-periodic systems and models; 4. System equivalence; 5. References; CHAPTER 13. GENERALIZED RICCATI EQUATION AND SPECTRAL FACTORIZATION FOR DISCRETE-TIME DESCRIPTOR SYSTEM; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; DESCRIPTOR SYSTEM; SPECTRAL FACTORIZATION

SOLUTION OF GENERALIZED ALGEBRAIC RICCATI EQUATION

Provides a useful reference source on system structure and control. Covers, linear systems, nonlinear systems, robust control, implicit system, chaotic systems, singular and time-varying systems.

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