Discrete Time Systems
by Mario Alberto Jordan
Publisher: InTech 2011
Number of pages: 526
This book attempts to give a scope in the wide area of Discrete-Time Systems. Their contents are grouped conveniently in sections according to significant areas, namely Filtering, Fixed and Adaptive Control Systems, Stability Problems and Miscellaneous Applications.
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