Control Systems Engineering, Volume 1

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Wiley, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 983 pages
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Emphasizing the practical application of control systems engineering, the new Fourth Edition shows how to analyze and design real-world feedback control systems. Readers learn how to create control systems that support today's advanced technology and apply the latest computer methods to the analysis and design of control systems.
* A methodology with clearly defined steps is presented for each type of design problem.
* Continuous design examples give a realistic view of each stage in the control systems design process.
* A complete tutorial on using MATLAB Version 5 in designing control systems prepares readers to use this important software tool.

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Best book ever seen for control systems..explaining the concepts in a very clear cut manner

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Contents

Introduction
1
Modeling in the Frequency Domain
37
Modeling in the Time Domain
127
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About the author (2004)

Norman S. Nise teaches in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. In addition to being the author of "Control Systems Engineering," Professor Nise has contributed to the CRC publications "The Engineering Handbook, The Control Handbook," and "The Electrical Engineering Handbook,

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