Nonlinear Systems: Dynamics and control
Describes the applications of nonlinear systems and control in engineering and other fields, drawing upon examples from robotics, power generation, chemical plants, space propulsion/vehicle control and considering mathematical modelling principles as the basis for nonlinear systems and control.
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MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOUNDATIONS
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