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Predictor Feedback for Delay Systems : Implementations and Approximations (Hardcover) (Iasson Karafyllis
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This monograph presents a complete theory of the application of predictor feedback to time-invariant, uncertain systems with constant input delays and/or measurement delays. The issue of implementation of predictor feedback for linear and nonlinear systems and approximation of predictor mapping is examined in detail, along with robustness issues for control systems under predictor feedback.While the emphasis is on theoretical topics, numerous illustrative examples are also presented and analyzed in detail. Frequent problems with a practical character but with tremendous theoretical consequences are studied, including sampled measurements, uncertain sampling schedules, delayed and corrupt measurements, uncertain models, perturbations in delays, and inputs applied with zero-order hold. A chapter devoted to the application of predictor feedback to chemostats shows how the provided results can solve practical problems. Additionally, the large number of explicit formulas given throughout the book can help the control practitioner apply the theory to a large number of control problems that involve input and/or measurement delays.
Researchers working on global stabilization problems for time-delay systems will find this monograph of interest, while graduate students of systems and control can also gain insights and a more complete understanding of modern nonlinear methods used for nonlinear delay systems.
Genre: Science, Technology
Series Title: Systems & Control: Foundations & Applications
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Author: Iasson Karafyllis & Miroslav Krstic
Street Date: March 13, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-35-1506
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