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- KurzbeschreibungFor both their theoretical and practical impact, time-delay systems <br>have been an enduring theme in the study of differential equations, <br>stochastic processes, game theory, and systems theory. The subject has <br>broad applications to a number of areas, including mechanical, <br>electrical and chemical engineering, mathematics, biology, and <br>economics. <br> This book is a self-contained, coherent presentation of the <br>background and progress of the stability of time-delay systems. <br>Focusing on techniques, tools, and advances in numerical methods and <br>optimization algorithms, the authors develop material, which up until <br>now, has been scattered in technical journals and conference <br>proceedings. Special emphasis is placed on systems with uncertainty <br>and stability criteria which can be computationally implemented. <br> Features and Topics: Systematic and comprehensive coverage of <br>robust stability for time-delay systems, including time-domain and <br>frequency-domain approaches Stability criteria formulated using <br>linear matrix inequalities (LMI), providing a powerful toolbox for <br>practicing engineers Strong stability conditions developed to <br>provide a solid basis for design of feedback control and filtering <br>Balance of intuition and rigor, stressing concepts rather than <br>technical details Emphasis on comparisons and connections among <br>various approaches Mathematical prerequisites integrated within each <br>chapter, with more elementary material covered in two appendices <br> Requiring only basic knowledge of linear systems and Lyapunov <br>stability theory, 'Stability of Time-Delay Systems' will be accessible <br>to a broad audience of researchers, professional engineers, and <br>graduate students. It may be used for self-study or as a reference; <br>portions of the text may be used in advanced graduate courses and <br>seminars.
- AutorJie Chen,Keqin Gu,Vladimir L. Kharitonov
- SerieCE - Control Engineering
- VerlagBirkhauser Boston Inc
- FormatGebundene Ausgabe
- Seiten356 Seiten
- Gewicht655 g
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