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Digital Control System Design (Oxford Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering)by Gene H. Hostetter
Synopses & Reviews
Building on Gene Hosetter's lucid and highly-praised writing style, almost a third of the material in this Second Edition has been added since the lsat edition, bringing Dr. Hosetetter's classic text in to the present as a state-of-the-art, completely up-to-date, design-oriented digital control systems text. It begins with an overview of classical digital system control design, and develops the principles of regulation, tracking, Kalman filtering, and stochastic control. The stronger emphasis on design also satisfies ABET recommendations for Electrical Engineering curricula. The approach favors applied relevance over the abstract, while still exploring new ideas. Design examples are given throughout each chapter, with at least one major practical problem explained and solved.
Book News Annotation:
A revised and expanded edition of the text originally written by the late Gene H. Hostetter and published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in 1988. A design-oriented digital control systems text intended for use in two academic courses at the advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate levels and for reference by practicing engineers in industry. The text is suitable for both electrical and mechanical engineering programs.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Table of Contents
1. Discrete-Time Systems and Z-Transformations
2. State Space Description of Dynamic Systems
3. Discrete-Time Obeservation, Control, and Feedback
4. Digital Observers and Regulator Design
5. Digital Tracking System Design
6. Digital Control Of Continuous-Time Systems
7. Stochastic Systems and Recursive Estimation
Elements of Linear Algebra.
Review of Selected Topics from the Theory of Probability and Stochasitic Processes.
Basic Results for Linear Minimum Mean Square Error Estimation.
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