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The Wikibook of automatic Control Systems And Control Systems Engineering With Classical and Modern Techniques And Advanced Concepts Page 2 of 209 Control Systems/Print version - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks 10/30/2006 http://en.wikibooks.org/w/index.php?title=Control_Systems/Print_version&printable=yes
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Table of Contents Current Status: Preface This book will discuss the topic of Control Systems, which is an interdisciplinary engineering topic. Methods considered here will consist of both "Classical" control methods, and "Modern" control methods. Also, discretely sampled systems (digital/computer systems) will be considered in parallel with the more common analog methods. This book will not focus on any single engineering discipline (electrical, mechanical, chemical, etc), although readers should have a solid foundation in the fundamentals of at least one discipline. This book will require prior knowledge of linear algebra, integral and differential calculus, and at least some exposure to ordinary differential equations. In addition, a prior knowledge of integral transforms, specifically the Laplace and Z transforms will be very beneficial. Also, prior knowledge of the Fourier Transform will shed more light on certain subjects. Wikibooks with information on calculus topics or transformation topics required for this book will be listed below: ± Calculus ± Linear Algebra ± Signals and Systems ± Digital Signal Processing Table of Contents Special Pages Controls Introduction ± Introduction ± System Identification ± Digital and Analog ± System Metrics This book is a wiki , and is therefore open to be edited by anybody. Feel free to help out and contribute to this book in any way. Print Version : Print version () Warning: Print version is over 200 pages long as of 19 Oct, 2006. Cover Page : Cover Page All Pages : Page Listing Search This Book : Search this book (google) (http://www.google.com/custom? sa=Google+Search&domains=en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Control_Systems&sitesearch=en.wikibooks Page 3 of 209 Control Systems/Print version - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks 10/30/2006 http://en.wikibooks.org/w/index.php?title=Control_Systems/Print_version&printable=yes
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± System Modeling Classical Control Methods ± Transforms ± Transfer Functions ± Sampled Data Systems ± System Delays ± Poles and Zeros Modern Control Methods ± State-Space Equations ± Linear System Solutions ± Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors ± Standard Forms ± MIMO Systems ± Realizations System Representation ± Gain ± Block Diagrams ± Feedback Loops ± Signal Flow Diagrams ± Bode Plots ± Nichols Charts Stability ± Stability ± Routh-Hurwitz Criterion ± Root Locus ± Nyquist Stability Criterion ± State-Space Stability Controllers and Compensators ± Controllability and Observability ± System Specifications ± Controllers ± Compensators ± State Machines Optimal Control ± Cost Functions ± Pontryagin's maximum principle ± Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation ± Linear-Quadratic Gaussian Control ±
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