Here is the listing of Best reference books on Linear Systems.
|1. “Linear System Theory and Design” by Chi-Tsong Chen
Book Review: This book strikes a right balance between theory and applications of the linear system theory and design. The book uses simple and efficient methods to develop results and design procedures that the students can easily deploy. This book is suitable for graduate and undergraduate courses in the field of linear systems and multivariable system design. The book contains chapters on state space equations and their real time processing, rational transfer functions and the history and overview of linear system theory and design.
|2. “Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems and an Introduction to Chaos” by Morris W. Hirsch, Robert L. Devaney and Stephen Smale
Book Review: This is a suitable textbook for graduate and undergraduate course for people involved in differential equations. The book also provides theoretical approach to dynamical systems thereby allowing the students to develop mathematical skills in order to analyze various types of differential equations that arise. The author also provides many exercises and examples by introducing linear systems of differential equations. The book also contains updated material and expanded application that is used in applied studies.
|3. “Linear State-Space Control Systems” by Robert L. Williams III and Douglas A Lawrence
Book Review: This book provides introduction to state space methods that is needed for analysis and design of linear control systems and is very useful for practicing engineers and researchers as well as for students in the advanced study of systems and control theory. The book starts with the introduction to state space methods. The book also provides a rigorous mathematical treatment of the fundamental concepts and theoretical results. The book contains chapters on state space fundamentals, controllability, observability, stability, minimal realizations, optimal control and many more.
|4. “Analysis and Design of Descriptor Linear Systems” by Guang-Ren Duan|
|5. “Well-Posed Linear Systems” by Olof Staffans|
|6. “Time-Varying Discrete Linear Systems” by Halanay Ionescu|
|7. “Max-Linear Systems: Theory and Algorithms” by Butkovi|
|8. “Stability and Stabilization of Linear Systems with Saturating Actuators” by Sophie Tarbouriech|
|9. “Fundamentals of Linear Systems for Physical Scientists and Engineers” by Puri|
|10. “Linear Systems and Operators in Hilbert Space” by Paul A. Fuhrmann|
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