Here is the listing of Best reference books on Large Scale Systems.
|1. “Robust Control” by S. P. Bhattacharyya, H. Chappelat, L. H. Keel
Book Review: This book is very important in the analysis and design of control systems and presents a unique approach to robust stability theory that includes both linear and nonlinear systems. The control system design application is demonstrated with numerous examples including MATLAB software. The topics covered in the book include generalized kharitonov theorem, disk polynomial theory, extremal properties of interval systems, real parametric stability margin calculation and many more. This book is very useful for electrical, mechanical, nuclear, chemical and aerospace engineers.
|2. “Robust and Optimal Control” by Kemin Zhou, John C. Doyle, Keith Glover
Book Review: The book provides complete coverage of various concepts related to robust and optimal control. It explains how one sets up a problem, uncertainty model introduction, weights, performance norms and many more. The book provides detailed information on topics like riccati equations, m theory, loop shaping, controller reduction, LFT form problem formulation and many more. The book also focuses on the concepts like state space, control theory and includes many background results on linear systems and deals with the theory and application of riccati equations and model reduction.
|3. “Large Scale Systems Modelling” by Mohammad Jamshidi
Book Review: This book deals with the past and present trends of various areas like fuzzy logic, neural networks and genetic algorithms with a special attention on computer assisted problem solving. The major topics included in the book are modeling and model reduction, aggregation, perturbation, balance aggregation, system identification, structural properties like stability, controllability and observability. The book also deals with the hierarchical control, decentralized control and optimum control theory of control systems. The book contains chapters on fuzzy set theory, fuzzy mathematics and fuzzy control systems.
|4. “Modern Control Systems Theory” by M. Gopal
Book Review: This book covers the recent developments in LSI technology and availability of inexpensive microprocessors, memory chips and analog to digital converters. The topics presented in the book are relevant to the analysis and design of computer controlled systems. The book summarizes the theoretical and practical aspects of transform domain and state space design algorithms. The book also describes the background to many current approaches to self-tuning control and discusses the basic characteristics of stepping motors and their associated drives. The book also contains case studies on microprocessor based control.
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