LEADER 00000cam a2200397 i 4500 008 130321t20132013flua b 001 0 eng 010 2013008825 019 822667956a822893956 020 9781466587519 q(hardback) 020 1466587512 q(hardback) 035 .b53721767 040 DLCbengerdacDLCdYDXdOCLCOdYDXCPdBTCTAdUKMGBdTTU dOCLCFdCaONFJC 042 pcc 050 00 TS157b.G78 2013 082 00 658.5223 100 1 Gruĭich, L. T.q(Li͡ubomir Tikhomira),0http://id.loc.gov/ authorities/names/n84159748eauthor. 245 10 Tracking control of linear systems /cLyubomir T. Gruyitch. 264 1 Boca Raton :bCRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group,c[2013] 264 4 c©2013. 300 xviii, 405 pages :billustrations ;c24 cm 336 text2rdacontent 337 unmediated2rdamedia 338 volume2rdacarrier 504 Includes bibliographical references (pages 311337) and indexes. 505 0 pt. 1. On control systems classic fundamentals. Introduction  Control systems  System regimes  Transfer function matrix G (s) pt. 2. Novel system fundamental: full transfer function matrix F (s). Problem statement  Nondegenerate matrices Full transfer function matri F (s)  pt. 3. Novel control theories: tracking and trackability. Tracking theory  Trackability theory  pt. 4. Novel tracking control synthesis. Linear tracking control (LITC)  Lyapunov tracking control (LTC)  Natural tracking control (NTC)  NTC versus LTC  pt. 5. Conclusion. On F (s)  On tracking and trackability  On tracking control  Recommendation  pt. 6. Appendixes. A. Notation  B. From IO system to ISO system  C. From ISO system to IO System  D. Proof of theorem 64  E. Proof of theorem 67  F. Proof of theorem 72  G. Proof of theorem 91  H. Proof of theorem 102 (Basic lLemma)  I. Proof of theorem 116  J. Proof of theorem 142  K. Proof of theorem 145  L. Proof of theorem 149. 520 "The book addresses its content to control and systems science and engineering professors, researchers, Ph. D. and graduate students, designers, as well as to applied mathematicians and researchers and engineers dealing with dynamics and linear mathematical modeling of technical plants and processes. The primary purpose of control is to force the behavior in an unpredictable environment (under the actions of unknown and possibly immeasurable disturbances and unpredictable, hence most probably non zero, initial conditions). This means that a kind of tracking is the key property that should characterize the control system. Surprisingly, the tracking theory has not been well developed. It is the stability theory that has been dominating. However, stability and tracking are mutually independent. The book sets up the fundamentals of the tracking theory for the control systems. Various tracking properties defined in the book express different tracking qualities"cProvided by publisher. 650 0 Production control.0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/ subjects/sh85107211 650 0 Linear control systems.0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/ subjects/sh94000860 650 0 Automatic tracking.0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/ subjects/sh85010114 907 .b53721767 945 658.5 GRUYd15i31290028050524lmbenVendor Interface Record 984 VUb.b53721767cheld 990 MARCIVE MELB 201906 990 Uploaded to LA VUB.D279 24/10/14 aci
