Basic Control Systems Engineering

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 450 pages
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This rigorous—yet accessible—book integrates frequent realistic examples throughout its presentation of control systems engineering. KEY TOPICS: By exploiting the remarkable capabilities of today's computers and programming techniques, the authors describe methodologies for reducing computational difficulties and improving insight into essential areas of study. Coverage reflects the needs of today's practicing engineers by including such topics as the simulation of commonly observed nonlinear phenomena and the design of discrete-event control systems.

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Contents

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION
13
TRANSFERFUNCTION MODELS
43
STATE MODELS
85
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About the author (1997)

Paul H. Lewis is professor of political science at Tulane University. His previous books include "The Crisis of Argentine Capitalism" and "Paraguay under Stroessner".

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