Pole Assignment for Uncertain Systems
Research Studies Press, 1999 - 237 Seiten
& Quot;Pole assignment for uncertain systems is a book where many existing as well as new pole assignment methods are described using a common notation and a clear yet efficient language. The problem considered has two strands. First, classical pole assignment problem, and especially, obtaining parametric general solutions to this problem in a computer algebra framework is treated. Secondly, given a general parametric solution to the pole assignment problem, finding robust compensators that D-Stabilise the closed-loop system is considered. A summary of post-Kharitonov results together with how to apply these results to the pole assignment problem for uncertain systems are given to this end. & quot;--BOOK JACKET.
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