Linear Controller Design: Limits of Performance
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Publisher: Prentice-Hall 1991
Number of pages: 426
This book is motivated by the development of high quality integrated sensors and actuators, powerful control processors that can implement complex control algorithms, and powerful computer hardware and software that can be used to design and analyze control systems. The intended audience includes the sophisticated industrial control engineer, and researchers and research students in control engineering.
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