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Adaptive Systems in Control and Signal Processing 1983

Proceedings of the IFAC Workshop, San Francisco, USA, 20–22 June 1983

Book1984

Edited by:

I.D. LANDAU, M. TOMIZUKA and D.M. AUSLANDER

Adaptive Systems in Control and Signal Processing 1983

Proceedings of the IFAC Workshop, San Francisco, USA, 20–22 June 1983

Book1984

 

Cover for Adaptive Systems in Control and Signal Processing 1983

Edited by:

I.D. LANDAU, M. TOMIZUKA and D.M. AUSLANDER

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Lev Davidovich Landau won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1962 and was a Nobel Laureate at the Academy of Sciences in Moscow.

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Adaptive Systems in Control and Signal Processing 1983 is a compendium of papers presented at the International Federation of Automatic Control in San Francisco on June 20-22, 1983. One paper addresses the results through comparative alternative algorithms in adaptive control of linear time invariant and time varying systems. Another paper presents a method in computer simulation of a wide range of stable plants to achieve an alternative approach in designing an adaptive control system. The book also compares the stability and the sensitivity approach involving the design of model-reference adaptive systems. The authors involved explain that the sensitivity concept determines the "dynamic speed of adaptation," while the stability concept focuses on finding a linear compensator for any deviant signal. One paper proposes an indirect adaptive control algorithm for MIMO square full rank minimum phase systems, while another paper discusses the application of the discrete time multivariable adaptive control system, to non-minimum phase plants with an unknown dead time. This book can prove valuable to engineers and researchers of electrical, computer, and mechanical engineering. It can also be helpful for technicians and students dealing with automatic control and telecontrol.

Adaptive Systems in Control and Signal Processing 1983 is a compendium of papers presented at the International Federation of Automatic Control in San Francisco on June 20-22, 1983. One paper addresses the results through comparative alternative algorithms in adaptive control of linear time invariant and time varying systems. Another paper presents a method in computer simulation of a wide range of stable plants to achieve an alternative approach in designing an adaptive control system. The book also compares the stability and the sensitivity approach involving the design of model-reference adaptive systems. The authors involved explain that the sensitivity concept determines the "dynamic speed of adaptation," while the stability concept focuses on finding a linear compensator for any deviant signal. One paper proposes an indirect adaptive control algorithm for MIMO square full rank minimum phase systems, while another paper discusses the application of the discrete time multivariable adaptive control system, to non-minimum phase plants with an unknown dead time. This book can prove valuable to engineers and researchers of electrical, computer, and mechanical engineering. It can also be helpful for technicians and students dealing with automatic control and telecontrol.

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978-0-08-030565-3

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English

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1984

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Copyright © 1984 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Pergamon

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I.D. LANDAU

Laboratoire d'Automatique de Grenoble, France

M. TOMIZUKA

University of California, USA

D.M. AUSLANDER

University of California, USA