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A succinct and rigorous introduction to linear and multivariable system design. Striking a balance between theory and applications, Linear System Theory and Design, Fourth Edition, uses simple and efficient methods to develop results and design procedures that students can readily employ.
Ideal for advanced undergraduate courses and first-year graduate courses in linear systems and multivariable system design, it is also a helpful resource for practicing engineers. His book is concise, brief, and to the point. It is very informative and engaging.
Simply perfect for an engineering textbook. Baz, University of Maryland, College Park. Lionel Craver, Darrell C. Schroder, and Anthony J. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. We have identified that you are visiting this website from Germany, a country which this website does not serve.
Please visit global. Please note that textbooks and other products described on this site may not be available outside the USA. US Higher Education Not for profit. All for education. Skip to main content. Search Start Search. Go directly to our online catalogue. New to this Edition All examples using MATLAB have been updated using the Ra version Chapter 1 provides a brief history and overview of the subject Chapter 2 has been restructured in order to discuss four types of equations and to give reasons for focusing on rational transfer functions and state-space equations Chapter 4 includes a new section on SISO realizations and expanded discussions of computer computation and real-time processing of state-space equations Chapter 7 includes a new section on complete characterization.
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Table of Contents Preface 1. Introduction 1. Overview 2. Mathematical Descriptions of Systems 2. Introduction 2. Causality, Lumpedness, and Time-Invariance 2. Linear Time-Varying Systems 2. Mechanical and Hydraulic Systems 2. Proper Rational Transfer Functions 2. Concluding Remarks 3. Linear Algebra 3. Introduction 3.
Basis, Representation, and Orthonormalization 3. Linear Algebraic Equations 3. Similarity Transformation 3. Diagonal Form and Jordan Form 3. Functions of a Square Matrix 3. Lyapunov Equation 3. Some Useful Formula 3. Quadratic Form and Positive Definiteness 3. Singular Value Decomposition 3. Norms of Matrices 4. State-Space Solutions and Realizations 4. Introduction 4. Equivalent State Equations 4.
Realizations 4. Equivalent Time-Varying Equations 4. Time-Varying Realizations 5. Stability 5. Introduction 5. Discrete-Time Case 5. Internal Stability 5. Lyapunov Theorem 5. Stability of LTV Systems 6. Controllability and Observability 6. Introduction 6. Controllability 6. Observability 6. Canonical Decomposition 6. Conditions in Jordan-Form Equations 6. Discrete-Time State-Space Equations 6. Controllability After Sampling 6.
Minimal Realizations and Coprime Fractions 7. Introduction 7. Implications of Coprimeness 7. Computing Coprime Fractions 7. Balanced Realization 7. Realizations from Markov Parameters 7. Degree of Transfer Matrices 7. Minimal Realizations- Matrix Case 7. Matrix Polynomial Fractions 7. Realization from Matrix Coprime Fractions 7.
Realizations from Matrix Markov Parameters 7. Concluding Remarks 8. State Feedback and State Estimators 8. Introduction 8. State Feedback 8. Regulation and Tracking 8. State Estimator 8. Feedback from Estimated States 8. State feedback--MIMO case 8. Pole Placement and Model Matching 9. Introduction 9. Preliminary--Matching Coefficients 9. Unity-Feedback Configuration-Pole Placement 9. Implementable Transfer Functions 9. Teaching Resources Companion website at www.
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