Adaptive Control Systems

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Newnes, May 10, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 352 pages
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Adaptive control is no longer just an important theoretical field of study, but is also providing solutions to real-world problems. Adaptive techniques will transform the world of control. The leading world practitioners of adaptive control have contributed to this handbook which is the most important work yet in this field. Not only are techniques described in theory, but detailed control algorithms are given, making this a practical cookbook of adaptive control for both control professionals and practising engineers.

The book presents the most advanced techniques and algorithms of adaptive control. These include various robust techniques, performance enhancement techniques, techniques with less a-priori knowledge, nonlinear adaptive control techniques and intelligent adaptive techniques. Each technique described has been developed to provide a practical solution to a real-life problem. This volume will therefore not only advance the field of adaptive control as an area of study, but will also show how the potential of this technology can be realised and offer significant benefits.

Practical cookbook of adaptive control
Contains important research

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3 Adaptive variable structure control
4 Indirect adaptive periodic control
the method of localization
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7 Active identification for control of discretetime uncertain nonlinear systems
8 Optimal adaptive tracking for nonlinear systems
9 Stable adaptive systems in the presence of nonlinear parametrization
10 Adaptive inverse for actuator compensation
11 Stable multiinput multioutput adaptive fuzzyneural control
12 Adaptive robust control scheme with an application to PM synchronous motors

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Feng, University of New South Wales, Australia; Senior member of IEEE.

Lozano, Universite de Technologie de Compeigne.

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