This text is aimed at senior-level engineering students and can also used by graduate students and practising engineers whose experience has been limited to continuous-time theory and want to see how discrete-time systems are designed and/or have only seen classical design tools and want to learn modern state-space design. The increasing use of digital technology in control and signal processing increases the importance of analysis and synthesis tools for discrete-time sytems. The appropriate tool for studying state-space models of discrete-time systems is linear algebra. Although most students take a course in linear algebra, they are not usually exposed to advanced engineering applications in such a course. The material found in this text equips students to analyze and design discrete-time (digital) systems and shows how linear algebra and state-space system theory are used to design digital control systems.
Specifications of Digital Control
|Author||Richard J. Vaccaro|
|Number Of Pages||480|
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