Linear System Theory and Design

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Oxford University Press, 1984 - Mathematics - 662 pages
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Uses simple and efficient methods to develop results and design procedures, thus creating a non-exhaustive approach to presenting the material; Enables the reader to employ the results to carry out design. Thus, most results are discussed with an eye toward numerical computation; All design procedures in the text can be carried out using any software package that includes singular-value decomposition, and the solution of linear algebraic equations and the Lyapunov equation; All examples are developed for numerical computation and are illustrated using MATLAB, the most widely available software package.

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