Panos J. Antsaklis's A Linear Systems Primer PDF

By Panos J. Antsaklis

ISBN-10: 0817644601

ISBN-13: 9780817644604

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Based on a streamlined presentation of the authors' winning paintings Linear platforms, this textbook presents an advent to platforms thought with an emphasis on keep watch over. the fabric offered is huge adequate to provide the reader a transparent photograph of the dynamical habit of linear structures in addition to their benefits and barriers. primary effects and issues necessary to linear platforms concept are emphasised. The emphasis is on time-invariant platforms, either non-stop- and discrete-time.
Key positive factors and topics:
* Notes, references, workouts, and a precis and highlights part on the finish of every chapter.
* entire index and solutions to chose routines on the finish of the book.
* worthwhile mathematical historical past fabric incorporated in an appendix.
* beneficial instructions for the reader within the preface.
* 3 middle chapters guiding the reader to a very good knowing of the dynamical habit of systems.
* precise insurance of inner and exterior process descriptions, together with country variable, impulse reaction and move functionality, polynomial matrix, and fractional representations.
* rationalization of balance, controllability, observability, and realizations with an emphasis on primary results.
* distinct dialogue of state-feedback, state-estimation, and eigenvalue assignment.
* Emphasis on time-invariant platforms, either non-stop- and discrete-time. For complete assurance of time-variant structures, the reader is inspired to consult the better half ebook Linear platforms, which includes extra distinctive descriptions and extra fabric, together with all of the proofs of the implications provided here.
* strategies handbook to be had to teachers upon adoption of the text.
A Linear structures Primer is geared in the direction of first-year graduate and senior undergraduate scholars in a standard one-semester introductory path on platforms and keep watch over. it will probably additionally function a very good reference or self-study consultant for electric, mechanical, chemical, and aerospace engineers, utilized mathematicians, and researchers operating on top of things, communications, and sign processing.

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Fn (·)), u(k)T = (u1 (k), . . , um (k)), y(k)T = (y1 (k), . . , yp (k)), and g(·)T = (g1 (·), . . 13a) y(k) = g(k, x(k), u(k)). 13b) Throughout this section we will assume that f : Z × Rn × Rm → Rn and g : Z × Rn × Rm → Rp . Since f is a function, for given k0 , x(k0 ) = x0 , and for given u(k), k = k0 , k0 + 1, . . 13a) possesses a unique solution x(k) that exists for all k = k0 , k0 + 1, . . Furthermore, under these conditions, y(k) is uniquely defined for k = k0 , k0 + 1, . . 1)], k0 denotes initial time, k denotes time, u(k) denotes the system input (evaluated at time k), y(k) denotes the system output or system response (evaluated at time k), x(k) characterizes the state (evaluated at time k), xi (k), i = 1, .

The function f (t, x) = A(t)x + g(t) is continuous in (t, x), and moreover, for any compact subinterval J0 ⊂ J, there is an L0 ≥ 0 such that f (t, x) − f (t, y) 1 = A(t)(x − y) 1≤ A(t) 1 x−y 1 n ≤ max |aij (t)| i=1 1≤j≤n x−y 1≤ L0 x−y 1 for all (t, x), (t, y) ∈ J0 ×Rn , where L0 is defined in the obvious way. Therefore, f satisfies a Lipschitz condition on J0 × Rn . 9). 13). Since this argument holds for any compact subinterval J0 ⊂ J, the solutions exist and are unique for all t ∈ J. 14 modified for the case where A and g do not depend on any parameters λ).

57) References • • 33 Existence and uniqueness of solutions of x˙ = A(t)x + g(t). 20. 80) t0 the Peano–Baker series. In the time-invariant case x˙ = Ax, ∞ φ(t, t0 , x0 ) = I + k=1 Ak (t − t0 )k x0 k! 84) = eA(t−t0 ) x0 , where ∞ eA = I + k=1 Ak . k! 10 Notes For a classic reference on ordinary differential equations, see Coddington and Levinson [3]. Other excellent sources include Brauer and Nohel [2], Hartman [4], and Simmons [7]. Our treatment of ordinary differential equations in this chapter was greatly influenced by Miller and Michel [6].

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