Introduction to Feedback Control
- Binding: Hardcover
- Publisher: Academic Pr
- Publish date: 12/01/2000
Feedback control, as a concept, is founded on the idea that a system (any system, be it a human body or an engine thermostat) gathers information through a variety of methods and responds to it, based on the information that is collected. From an engineering standpoint, feedback control is present in every aspect of modern life, from simple household thermostats to the complex devices that maintain the position of communications satellites.
Kirsten A. Morris provides her readers with a rigorous introduction to input/output, controller-design for linear systems. All her explanations and most examples are single-input, single-output for ease of comprehension. Readers are assumed to have knowledge of linear ordinary differential equations and complex variables
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