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Decentralized Control of Complex Systems (Dover Books on Electrical Engineering)by Dragoslav D Siljak
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Complex systems require fast control action in response to local input, and perturbations dictate the use of decentralized information and control structures. This much-cited reference book explores the approaches to synthesizing control laws under decentralized information structure constraints.
Starting with a graph-theoretic framework for structural modeling of complex systems, the text presents results related to robust stabilization via decentralized state feedback. Subsequent chapters explore optimization, output feedback, the manipulative power of graphs, overlapping decompositions and the underlying inclusion principle, and reliability design. Notes and references supplement each chapter, and the appendix provides a helpful range of efficient graph algorithms.
This book explores optimization, output feedback, manipulative power of graphs, overlapping decompositions and the underlying inclusion principle, and reliability design. An appendix provides efficient graph algorithms. 1991 edition.
The interconnection of computer subsystems presents a unique variety of control problems. This heavily cited reference book provides a graph-theoretic framework for structural modeling of complex systems and explores stabilization, optimization, output feedback, and static and dynamic controllers. Additional topics include overlapping decompositions and reliability design. An extensive appendix provides graph algorithms. 1991 edition.
Table of Contents
1. Structured Systems
4. Estimation and Control
5. Output Control
6. Hierarchical LBT Decomposition
7. Nested Epsilon Decompositions
8. Overlapping Decompositions
9. Reliable Control
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