Modern Control Theory

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Prentice Hall, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 653 pages
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Brogan's revision of this text briefly reviews modelling and classical linear control in the transform domain, then develops the linear algebra/matrix theory needed for state variable analysis. It also studies dynamical systems and their fundamental properties, design methods of pole-placement/observers and optimal control theory.

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HIGHLIGHTS OF CLASSICAL CONTROL THEORY
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STATE VARIABLES AND THE STATE SPACE DESCRIPTION
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v3 5 Interconnection of Subsystems
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