**Adaptive Control: Stability, Convergence, and Robustness**

by Shankar Sastry, Marc Bodson

**Publisher**: Prentice Hall 1994**ISBN/ASIN**: 0130043265**ISBN-13**: 9780130043269**Number of pages**: 378

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The objective of this book is to give the major results, techniques of analysis and new directions of research in adaptive systems. The authors give a clear, conceptual presentation of adaptive methods, to enable a critical evaluation of these techniques and suggest avenues of further development. The book presents deterministic theory of identification and adaptive control. The focus is on linear, continuous time, single-input single output systems.

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