Newly-published; “Analysis and Synthesis of Polynomial Discrete-time Systems”

Newly-published; “Analysis and Synthesis of Polynomial Discrete-time Systems”

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Analysis and Synthesis of Polynomial Discrete-time Systems: An SOS Approach by Mohd Shakir Md Saat, Sing Kiong Nguang and Alireza Nasiri deals with the application of Sum of Squares techniques in solving specific control and filtering problems that can be useful to solve advanced control problems, both on the theoretical side and on the practical side.
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Two types of controllers, state feedback controller and output feedback controller, along with topics surrounding the nonlinear filter and the H-infinity performance criteria are explored. The book also proposes a solution to global stabilization of discrete-time systems.

 

Aimed a readership including researchers working in the fields of control theories. electrical and electronic engineers; engineers who have to consider a control application as part of their projects; and at process control engineers, the text;

 

– Presents recent developments of the Sum of Squares approach in control of Polynomial Discrete-time Systems

– Includes numerical and practical examples to illustrate how design methodologies can be applied

– Provides a methodology for robust output controller design with an H-infinity performance index for polynomial discrete-time systems

– Offers tools for the analysis and design of control processes where the process can be represented in polynomial form

– Uses the Sum of Squares method for solving controller and filter design problems, and

– Provides MATLAB code and simulation files of all illustrated examples.

 

The Authors are variously with Universities in Malaysia, New Zealand and Iran; more information at the link below.

 

The book is published under the Butterworth-Heinemann identity of Elsevier, as print or e-book, at €91.80 / £80.75 / $127.50.

 

More information; www.elsevier.com/books/isbn/9780081019016

 

 

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