Here is the listing of Best reference books on Discrete Data and Digital Control.
|1. “Discrete Data Control Systems” by B.C. Kuo
Book Review: This book is useful for students, professional engineers as well as scientists. The book presents the state space methods for applications in order to control system design. The topics in the book include feedback control, state space representation of dynamic systems, linear system dynamics, frequency domain analysis, controllability and observability and dynamic response shaping. The examples given in the book shows how state space methods are used in several representative applications . There are many homework problems in the book and the book also contains models which are drawn from aerospace and inertial instrumentation. The other examples in the book are derived from chemical process control, robotics and energy systems.
|2. “Digital Control Engineering” by M. Gopal
Book Review: Focusing on the use of microprocessor technology in process control, this book offers a clear presentation of digital control concepts, always keeping their practical use in mind. By fortifying standard coverage of the subject with a computer-aided design package and practical case studies, this book serves as a valuable hands-on reference and text. Case studies include a microprocessor-based position control system, a microprocessor-based temperature control system and the microprocessor control of a manipulator arm. Chapter coverage includes sampling and reconstruction, transform design of digital controls, state space analysis of sampled-data systems, stepping motors and their interfacing to microprocessors, and more.
|3. “Digital Control of Dynamic Systems” by G.F. Franklin and J.D. Powell
Book Review: This well-respected, market-leading text discusses the use of digital computers in the real-time control of dynamic systems. The emphasis is on the design of digital controls that achieve good dynamic response and small errors while using signals that are sampled in time and quantized in amplitude. Both classical and modern control methods are described and applied to illustrative examples. The strengths and limitations of each method are explored to help the reader develop solid designs with the least effort. Two new chapters have been added to the third edition offering a review of feedback control systems and an overview of digital control systems. Updated to be fully compatible with MATLAB versions 4 and 5, the text thoroughly integrates MATLAB statements and problems to offer readers a complete design picture. The new edition contains up-to-date material on state-space design and twice as many end- of-chapter problems to give students more opportunities to practice the material.
|4. “Digital Control Applications Illustrated with MATLAB” by by Hemchandra Madhusudan Shertukde|
|5. “Discrete-Time Models for Communication Systems Including ATM ” by Herwig Bruneel Byung G Kim|
|6. “Quantitative Measure for Discrete Event Supervisory Control” by Asok Ray|
|7. “Discrete-Event Modeling and Simulation : A Practitioner’s Approach” by Wainer|
|8. “Discrete-Event Modeling and Simulation: Theory and Applications” by Gabriel A. Wainer, Pieter J. Mosterman|
|9. “Introduction to Discrete-time Signals and Systems” by Robert I. Damper|
|10. “Digital Control Engineering: Analysis And Design” by M. Sami Fadali, Antonio Visioli|
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