Adaptive Control: Stability, Convergence and Robustness

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Courier Corporation, 2011 - Technology & Engineering - 381 pages
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With a focus on linear, continuous time, single-input, single-output systems, this volume surveys the major results and techniques of analysis in the field of adaptive control. The authors offer a clear, conceptual presentation of adaptive methods, enabling a critical evaluation of these techniques and suggesting avenues of further development.
A brief historical overview of adaptive control is followed by a review of mathematical preliminaries and the development of several adaptive identification algorithms. Succeeding chapters examine averaging techniques, the robustness of adaptive schemes, and advanced topics — including the use of prior information and multivariable adaptive control — followed by a concise introduction to the control of a class of nonlinear systems. The treatment is largely self-contained, assuming only some graduate-level background in basic control systems and in linear systems theory.
 

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Contents

Preliminaries
17
viii
45
Convergence
71
and Identification Algorithms
82
Adaptive Control
99
Parameter Convergence Using Averaging Techniques
158
Robustness
209
of Excitation
219
Advanced Topics in Identification and Adaptive Control
257
Input Error Scheme
290
Systems
294
Conclusions
324
References
359
Index
373
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Sastry, University of California, Berkeley.

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