There are lots of great material on Systems Theory subject in the internet, buts its always a challenge to figure out a ready list of top books on Systems Theory that one can refer to immediately. Even though online materials are good, but nothing can beat the depth of coverage that a book can offer. Hence, we researched the list of Systems Theory books which are used by students worldwide and came up with top 10 Book Recommendations on Systems Theory subject. These books can be used as a great starting point for anyone studying Systems Theory and can also be used as a ready reference for Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate programs.
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Here is the full list of best reference books on Systems Theory.
|1. “Finite Dimensional Vector Spaces” by P. Halmos
Book Review: This book combines the concepts of algebra and geometry to discuss the three dimensional area wherein the vectors can be plotted. The book provides an introduction to linear algebra that deals with vectors and vector spaces. The book very nicely demonstrates how linear algebra is used in the fields of natural and social sciences apart from mathematics for studying weather problems, traffic flow, electronic circuits and population genetics.
|2. “Elementary Topics in Differential Geometry” by J.A. Thorpe
Book Review: This book provides an introduction to linear algebra thereby also teaches the concepts of differential equations and multivariate calculus. This book helps the students in understanding spaces of many dimensions. The chapters included in the book are finite dimensional vector spaces, measure theory, ergodic theory and Hilbert spaces. This book is suitable for the courses at the junior level and provides attention to 2 dimensional surfaces rather than the surfaces of arbitrary dimension.
|3. “Ordinary Differential Equations” by V. Arnold|
|4. “A Comprehensive Introduction to Differential Geometry Vol. I” by M. Spivak|
|5. ” Principles of Modern Wireless Communication Systems Theory and Practice ” by by Aditya K. Jagannatham|
|6. “Switchgear Protection and Power Systems : Theory, Practice and Solved Problems” by Sunil S. Rao|
|7. “Electric Energy Systems Theory” by Olle Elgerd|
|8. “Dynamic Impulse Systems: Theory and Applications” by A N Sesekin S T Zavalishchin Sesekin Zavalishchin|
|9. “MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: THEORY AND PRACTICE” by CHRYSSOLOURIS GEORGE|
|10. “HANDBOOK OF HYBRID SYSTEMS CONTROL: THEORY, TOOLS AND APPLICATIONS” by Franoise Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue Edited By Jan Lunze|
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