- Control Systems
- Advanced Control Systems
- Control System Design Techniques
- Digital Control Systems
- Embedded Control System
- Automated Control Systems
- Non-linear Control Systems
- Optimal Control System
- Multivariable Control Systems
- Discrete Control Systems and Multi Variable Control
- Control and Electronic System Design
1. Control Systems
|1."Control Systems Engineering" by I J Nagrath and M Gopal|
“Control Systems: Engineering” Book Review: The book smoothly blends the basic ideas of discrete-time and continuous-time systems. It has 16 chapters that cover analyzing and designing control systems, creating PID controllers, using OPAMP compensating networks in industry, and modeling practical systems with different hardware. There are lots of real-world examples, a design exercise using root-locus technique, and a comparison table for long/lead compensators. It’s great for professionals and advanced students.
|2."Automatic Control Systems" by B C Kuo|
Book Review: This book focuses on applying control systems to real-world situations, and it weaves these applications throughout the text. It includes examples like the sun seeker system, liquid level control, dc motor control, and space vehicle payload control. The book also has many example problems that help readers understand the concepts of automatic control systems. Additionally, there are notes in the margins that highlight important points.
|3."Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems" by G F Franklin and A Emami-Naeini|
“Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems” Book Review: This book covers the history and recent progress in feedback control. It explains important ideas like stability, dynamic models and responses, digital control, tracking, nonlinear systems, and robustness in depth. It also includes case studies that demonstrate frequency-response design, root-locus design, and state-space design for control systems. The book is aimed at control engineers and students who want to learn more.
|4."Automatic Control Systems" by Farid Golnaraghi|
“Automatic Control Systems” Book Review: This book offers a complete overview of the essential ideas of Control Lab. It includes lots of examples and practice problems, and it uses both simulation (MATLAB/SIMLab) and hands-on experiments with LEGO robots (LEGO MINDSTORMS) to give readers real-world experience. There are also 10 online appendices that cover control lab, math basics, matrix theory, algebra, and difference equations. The book is perfect for both graduate and undergraduate students and for engineers who want to improve their skills.
|5."Control Systems" by Kumar A Anand|
“Control Systems” Book Review: This book uses MATLAB to explain the essential ideas of control systems. It includes many solved and unsolved problems to help readers analyze and control continuous-time systems. Each chapter ends with MATLAB programs and outputs like Root locus plots and Nyquist plots. There is also a separate chapter on digital control systems. The book is ideal for undergraduate students studying electronics and communication engineering, electrical engineering, telecommunication engineering, instrumentation engineering, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, as well as for AMIE and IETE students.
|6."Control Systems Engineering" by Norman S Nise|
“Control Systems Engineering” Book Review: This book highlights the fundamental aspects of control systems and explains the analysis and design process through practical examples, review questions, and numerical problems. It also includes 10 virtual experiments to help readers follow the design-simulate-prototype workflow. With numerous case studies included in this volume, it is an excellent resource for both students and practicing engineers.
|7."Problems and Solutions of Control Systems : With Essential Theory" by Jairath A K|
“Problems and Solutions of Control Systems with Essential Theory” Book Review: The book provides a thorough coverage of control systems, including techniques and solutions to address related issues. It consists of 12 chapters that cover essential topics such as mathematical models of control systems, physical systems, analysis in the time and frequency domains, and state-space analysis. Chapters dedicated to root locus and Bode plots are also included. The book covers other critical concepts such as stability, Routh stability criterion, and Nyquist stability criterion in depth.
|8."Control Systems : Theory and Applications" by Ghosh|
“Control Systems: Theory and Applications” Book Review: This book covers the basics of control system theory and its practical applications. It provides a comprehensive coverage of topics like nonlinear control systems, digital control systems, continuous-time and discrete-time systems, and more. The book offers a systematic analysis of frequency-domain and time-domain of control systems and briefly introduces the applications of fuzzy logic in control systems. It is designed for undergraduate students studying electrical, instrumentation, electronics and communication, and other engineering disciplines.
|9."Control Systems Engineering: Analysis and Design" by Norman S Nise|
“Control Systems Engineering” Book Review: This book explains the basic principles of control systems, with practical examples, review questions, and numerical problems. It includes 10 virtual experiments and MATLAB programs in each chapter to help with the design-simulate-prototype workflow. The book also features numerous case studies that make it suitable for both students and practicing engineers.
|10."Problems & Solutions In Control System Engineering" by Deepa|
“Problems & Solutions in Control System Engineering” Book Review: This book provides a practical and comprehensive approach to addressing a wide range of Control Systems problems. It consists of 16 chapters, beginning with an overview of automatic control systems and gradually progressing to feedback control theory and frequency domain tools used for control system design. Subsequent chapters provide solutions for non-linear systems, state space analysis problems, and discrete control systems. The book also covers the theoretical and practical aspects of designing control systems using the MATLAB toolbox, including solutions to the problems programmed within it. This book is suitable for both students and professionals.
|11."Control System Dynamics" by Robert N Clark|
“Control System Dynamics” Book Review: This book discusses control theory and its design, focusing on mechanical and electrical systems in state variable format. It covers topics such as classical control theory, digital control, nonlinear system analysis, and their application to problems in electromechanical and aerospace engineering. The book presents the material in a clear and concise manner, with over 230 problems and brief discussions accompanying each principle to aid students in better understanding the concepts.
2. Advanced Control Systems
|1."Modern Control Engineering" by K Ogata|
Book Review: This control engineering textbook is a valuable resource. It covers important topics in continuous-time control systems such as frequency response approach, root locus approach, and state space approach, all of which are necessary for analyzing and designing control systems. The book includes detailed instructions on solving computational problems with MATLAB. In addition, it provides numerous examples and problems that reinforce the concepts presented. This book is particularly useful for control systems engineers seeking to deepen their understanding of the subject.
|2."Discrete Time Control Systems" by K Ogata|
Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive coverage of control systems, featuring chapters on controllability, pole placement, observability, and optimal control. The presentation is streamlined for increased clarity and reader friendliness. It provides detailed discussions on important topics like Z Transform, polynomial equations, model matching control system design, and MATLAB for discrete time control systems. The book also covers vector matrix operations, plotting response curves, and system design based on quadratic optimal control. With many instructive examples and problems throughout, this book is a valuable resource for students and professionals.
|3."Digital Control and State Variable Methods" by Madan Gopal|
“Digital Control and State Variable Methods” Book Review: This book is an extensive resource on digital control and state variable methods. It covers Intelligent Control using Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines, Fuzzy Logic, Neuro-Fuzzy Systems, and Optimization through Genetic Algorithm. The book delves into Principles and Design in Transform Domain, including signal processing in digital control, models of digital control devices and systems, and design of digital control algorithms. It also covers state variable methods in automatic control for continuous time and sampled data systems, control system analysis using state variable methods, state variable analysis of digital control systems, pole placement design, and state observers.
|4."Modern Control Engineering" by Roy Choudhury|
Book Review: This textbook offers a clear and explicit presentation of the fundamental concepts related to the analysis of feedback control systems. It is a highly recommended resource for undergraduate students studying various branches of engineering, such as electrical, mechanical, and aeronautical. The book emphasizes the development of basic theory and includes numerous examples that reinforce this development. Additionally, the book provides software programs implemented using MATLAB, which aids in a better understanding of control system design.
|5."Advanced Control Systems Design" by Bernard Friedl|
“Advanced Control Systems Design” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive examination of advanced control systems design, focusing on modern controls at a high level. The importance of simulation and performance evaluation for effective design is emphasized throughout the text. The book provides insight into the techniques that engineers use to design control systems that work efficiently. Topics covered include qualitative behavior and stability theory, graphical methods for nonlinear stability, discrete time systems, adaptive control, and saturating and discontinuous control.
|6."Advanced Control Systems" by B N Sarkar|
“Advanced Control Systems” Book Review: This comprehensive book offers an in-depth overview of advanced control systems. It presents the fundamental concepts and design principles of advanced control systems in a clear and concise manner. The book covers various types of state-space modeling, including characteristic equations, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors, as well as design techniques for linear systems using pole placement. It provides detailed solutions to state equations, stability analysis, and design of nonlinear control systems. Additionally, it covers important topics like Routh’s criteria, Nyquist plot, Bode plot, Lyapunov’s and function methods. The book is suitable for undergraduate students pursuing courses in Electrical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering, and Electronics and Communication Engineering.
|7."Advanced Control for Constrained Processes and Systems" by Fabricio Garelli Hernan De Battista Ricardo J Mantz|
“Advanced Control for Constrained Processes and Systems” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive overview of advanced control techniques for constrained processes and systems. It presents recently proposed control strategies in a generalized framework that can effectively handle various types of constraints. The book introduces solutions based on reference conditioning concepts and supervisory loops that complement other control techniques. It provides a straightforward description of methods for dealing with system constraints and addresses multivariable constrained control problems aimed at improving systems and decoupling under different plant or controller constraints.
|8."Advanced Error Control Techniques for Data Storage Systems" by Kurtas Vasic|
“Advanced Error Control Techniques for Data Storage Systems” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive introduction to advanced error control techniques applied in data storage systems. Starting with the basics, the book discusses the theory and fundamental concepts behind error control codes, and then builds upon these concepts by examining modulation codes. Particular attention is given to run-length limited sequences, maximum transition run, and spectrum shaping codes. The book then delves into robust coding and decoding techniques that are essential for error correction and maintaining data integrity. Additionally, it covers popular coding and signal processing methods that are utilized in magnetic recording systems.
|9."PEM Fuel Cells with Bio-Ethanol Processor Systems" by Diego Feroldi|
“PEM Fuel Cells with Bio-Ethanol Processor Systems” Book Review: The book offers a comprehensive overview of bio-ethanol processor systems for PEM fuel cells, divided into two parts. The first part covers fuel cells, while the second part discusses hydrogen production plants from bioethanol for feeding PEM fuel cells. The book provides detailed analyses of modeling and simulation techniques, advanced control algorithms, and fault diagnosis methods. It offers an in-depth discussion of the potential issues in fuel cell systems and proposes advanced control algorithms to manage them effectively.
|10."Advanced Topics in Nonlinear Control Systems" by T P Leung|
“Advanced Topics in Nonlinear Control Systems” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive overview of advanced topics in nonlinear control systems, covering a range of important concepts such as phase-plane analysis, the function approach, and absolute stability. It includes modules related to optimal control, utilizing methods such as differential geometry and the differential algebra approach, as well as variable structural control and H-infinity control. The book aims to advance the development of automatic control science and technology and is designed to be a valuable resource for automation engineers, researchers, and operators in related fields.
|11."Schaum’s Outline of Feedback and Control Systems, 2nd Edition (Schaum's Outline Series)" by Joseph J Distefano|
“Schaum’s Outline of Feedback and Control Systems, 2nd Edition (Schaum’s Outline Series)” Book Review: This book offers a concise yet comprehensive overview of Schaum’s Outline of Feedback and Control Systems. It provides numerous real-world applications in areas such as biomedical engineering, robotics, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. The book presents a clear and easy-to-follow review of the fundamentals of feedback and control system theory. Its focus is on practical examples that are relevant to engineers, behavioral scientists, economists, mathematicians, and other professionals.
|12."Intelligent Control Systems: An Introduction with Examples" by Miklos Gerzson|
“Intelligent Control Systems: An Introduction with Examples” Book Review: This book highlights a book on intelligent control systems that covers the rapidly developing and interdisciplinary nature of the subject. It is composed of research papers that discuss the fundamentals and the general know-how of designing, implementing, and operating intelligent control systems. The book delves into how intelligent control systems emerged from artificial intelligence and computer-controlled systems as an interdisciplinary field. It includes a summary of the fundamentals of knowledge representation, reasoning, real-time control systems, and expert systems. The later part of the book focuses on the design, implementation, verification, and operation of real-time expert systems, using G2 as an example. The book is well-illustrated with several examples from the field of intelligent process control.
3. Control System Design Techniques
|1."Optimal Control Systems" by D Subbaram Naidu|
“Optimal Control Systems” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive overview of optimal control systems, incorporating step-by-step problem-solving procedures for each topic. It presents a balanced mix of theoretical and practical knowledge and covers essential topics such as discrete-time, continuous-time, and constrained optimal control systems. The book also establishes a link between modern optimal control and calculus of variations methods. Additionally, it features a summary table that includes exercises from each chapter and offers guidance on using MATLAB and SIMULINK software, including control system and symbolic math toolboxes. This book serves as a valuable reference for students during graduation and is ideal for engineering and science students and teachers alike.
|2."Control System Design" by Friedland B|
“Control System Design” Book Review: This book is for students and professionals in engineering. It explains state-space methods for control system design that can be used right away. It covers topics like feedback control, representing dynamic systems in state-space, and dynamics of linear systems. It also covers frequency-domain analysis, controllability and observability, and shaping the dynamic response. There are problems and examples to practice with. It has models from aerospace and instrumentation. This book also covers other topics like linear observers, compensator design, optimal control, random processes, and Kalman filters. There are examples from robotics, maritime operations, chemical process control, and energy systems.
|3."Control System Design" by Graham C Goodwin|
“Control System Design” Book Review: The author of this book draws from real-life experiences and provides case studies to illustrate concepts. The book is organized into 8 sections, covering topics such as signals and systems, SISO control, and MIMO systems. The examples in the book are executable in MATLAB. It covers an introduction to feedback and nonlinear control principles, SISO and MIMO control loop analysis, and various topics such as digital and hybrid control, SISO controller parameterization, and control design based on optimization. Additionally, the book discusses exploiting SISO techniques in MIMO control, design via optimal control techniques, and model predictive control.
|4."Robust Nonlinear Control Design: State-Space and Lyapunov Techniques (Modern Birkhäuser Classics)" by Randy Freeman and Petar V Kokotovic|
“Robust Nonlinear Control Design: State-Space and Lyapunov Techniques (Modern Birkhäuser Classics)” Book Review: This book explains Lyapunov design techniques for nonlinear systems. It is useful for both researchers and professionals as a source of new research topics or a reference guide. The book highlights significant concerns regarding large-signal robustness and performance, and it includes new information on these topics. The techniques presented in the book will help with designing nonlinear control systems.
|5."Control Design Techniques in Power Electronics Devices (Power Systems)" by Hebertt Sira-Ramirez and Ramón Silva-Ortigoza|
“Control Design Techniques in Power Electronics Devices (Power Systems)” Book Review: This book explains control theories that are relevant to designing control units for switched power electronics devices, with a focus on DC-DC converters and supplies, as well as rectifiers and inverters with varying topologies. Multiple case studies and examples are used to demonstrate the process of designing controllers in both linear and nonlinear systems, with applications to the emerging field of power electronics.
|6."Multivariable Control System Design Techniques: Domininance and Direct Methods" by G F Bryant and L F Yeung|
“Multivariable Control System Design Techniques: Dominance and Direct Methods” Book Review: This book is written for engineering students specializing in chemical, process control, and mechanical engineering, and can also serve as a reference for researchers. The book delves into two key topics: dominance and the application of direct methods of matrix inversion to multivariable and sequential design problems. The book takes a practical approach to these topics, utilizing frequency domain-based techniques to analyze and design multivariable control systems, sequential design methodology, and analysis based on Gauss-Jordan concepts. The book provides new and exact sequential design and stability results, as well as frequency domain analogies of the direct methods of matrix inversion. It also explains procedures for obtaining and improving dominance criteria, covers optimum scaling and the use of parameterized pre-compensators, and includes an assignment of input/output optimum.
|7."RSM Simplified: Optimizing Processes Using Response Surface Methods for Design of Experiments" by Patrick J Whitcomb and Mark J Anderson|
“RSM Simplified: Optimizing Processes Using Response Surface Methods for Design of Experiments” Book Review: This book focuses on providing visual aids such as figures, charts, graphs, and checklists, rather than relying heavily on mathematical formulas. It includes numerous concise examples and exercises to test the reader’s comprehension. Additionally, the book utilizes the advanced Design-Expert version 7 software for Windows, which offers a 180-day trial. The software enables users to perform complex statistical computations and numerical optimization, and generate necessary 2D and 3D graphics.
|8."Modeling Techniques in Predictive Analytics with Python and R: A Guide to Data Science" by Thomas W Miller|
“Modeling Techniques in Predictive Analytics with Python and R: A Guide to Data Science” Book Review: This book is suitable for a diverse audience, ranging from managers and analysts to programmers and students. It contains numerous real-world business challenges and cases, covering a wide range of topics such as segmentation, brand positioning, product choice modeling, pricing research, finance, sports, web and text analytics, and social network analysis. The book emphasizes a clear understanding of the concepts and how to apply them. It includes model construction, explanatory variable subset selection, and validation, and explores data visualization and statistical graphics for evaluating model performance. The book employs Python language for applied statistics, statistical research, and predictive modeling. The theory is separated from the codes, making it easy to access or skip.
|9."Robust Control System Design: Advanced State Space Techniques" by Chia-Chi Tsui|
“Robust Control System Design: Advanced State Space Techniques” Book Review: This book discusses the critical loop transfer function and robustness properties of state/generalized state feedback control. It has been updated with new examples and exercises that illustrate the latest design concepts, approaches, and procedures. The examples demonstrate how state/generalized state feedback control can improve performance and robustness. The book uses robust stability measures to guide control designs and provides a balanced approach between performance and robustness by unifying state feedback control and static output feedback control.
|10."Expert Aided Control System Design (Advances in Industrial Control)" by Colin D Tebbutt|
“Expert Aided Control System Design (Advances in Industrial Control)” Book Review: This book focus on the intersection of artificial intelligence, design processes, and the skills of designers. It delves into the intelligent design tool and its relationship to creativity. The book explores the role of multivariable control system design in the field of artificial intelligence, as well as the research, testing, and design aspects of expertise systems. Additionally, it features comprehensive documentation on various design software applications.
|11."Linear Control System Analysis and Design: Conventional and Modern" by J D Azzo and C Houpis|
“Linear Control System Analysis and Design: Conventional and Modern” Book Review: This book is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students, self-educators and engineers. This book consists of the use of CAD programs with UG topics. It has the basic principles of feedback control essential to all specialty areas of engineering. The first part of the book includes an analysis of the fundamentals necessary for feedback control system analysis. The second part includes frequency response, coverage of root locus and state feedback techniques. The last part provides modern techniques useful to the systems design engineer. It covers a broad spectrum of applicable advanced design methods, such as eigenvalue and eigenstructure assignments and quantitative feedback theory (QFT). Additional software options are provided with ICECAP-PC and TOTAL-PC. There are many examples and end chapter exercises to practice.
4. Digital Control Systems
|1."Digital Control of Dynamic Systems" by G F Franklin|
|2."Computer Controlled Systems: Theory and Sesigh" by K J Astrom and B Wittenmark|
“Computer Controlled Systems: Theory and Sesigh” Book Review: This book presents the principles and techniques for designing computer-controlled systems using computational tools that can be implemented with simple paper-and-pencil calculations. It provides a thorough focus on the principles and concepts of control systems, supported by relevant examples. The book includes MATLAB macros and a solutions manual. The chapters are organized from a computer-oriented perspective, based on the system’s behavior at sampling instants. Additionally, it presents a process-oriented view of control system design and addresses the procedures for converting analog designs to digital control. The book concludes with advanced design methodologies and practical implementation issues.
|3."Digital Control Systems: Design, Identification and Implementation (Communications and Control Engineering)" by Ioan Doré Landau and Gianluca Zito|
“Digital Control Systems Design, Identification and Implementation (Communications and Control Engineering)” Book Review: The book is an invaluable resource for graduate students enrolled in digital control courses. With the increasing association of books with software and online resources, teaching methods in control discipline are undergoing a radical change. This book takes this into account and offers readers an opportunity to learn the fundamental techniques of computer-based control. It is also a valuable resource for practicing engineers seeking to enhance their skills in this area by providing them with efficient and well-coordinated methods for the design and implementation of computer-based controllers. The book covers a wide range of topics, including controller design methods such as robust pole placement, long-range predictive control, state space, digital PID, and system identification techniques. Additionally, it provides an overview of recent methodological developments in control design and system identification, driven by real-world applications.
|4."Digital Control System Analysis and Design" by Charles L Phillips and Troy Nagle|
“Digital Control System Analysis and Design” Book Review: This book is suitable for students who are taking a senior-level course in digital or discrete-time controls for one semester or two quarters. The book features a combination of MATLAB software and new descriptions on various topics. It includes concise MATLAB programs and examples for students to practice and enhance their skills. The book provides a brief introduction to simple physical systems in the early chapters and builds on them for more advanced material later on. In addition, the book contains 400 problems and 130 worked examples for students to practice their understanding.
|5."Digital Control Systems (The Oxford Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering)" by Benjamin C Kuo|
“Digital Control Systems (The Oxford Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering)” Book Review: This book is for students in college. It has both theory and practical parts. It talks about digital control systems and expects students to already know about matrix algebra and differential equations. The book also covers Laplace transforms and the basic principles of continuous-data control systems.
|6."Digital Control Engineering, Second Edition: Analysis and Design" by M Sami Fadali and Antonio Visioli|
“Digital Control Engineering, Second Edition: Analysis and Design” Book Review: This book is suitable for new and graduate students in electrical, chemical, or mechanical engineering. It offers a good balance of theory and practical applications. The book covers the basics and practical applications of digital control engineering. It emphasizes engineering design and includes many Matlab applications and examples. It discusses the analysis and design of digitally controlled systems and their application in various fields.
|7."Feedback Control Systems Demystified: Volume 1 Designing PID Controllers" by Jack W Lewis|
“Feedback Control Systems Demystified: Volume 1 Designing PID Controllers” Book Review: The book uses unique teaching methods, starting with physical elements such as electrical, mechanical, fluid, and thermal components. It covers setting gains for PID controllers using computer-enhanced root locus plotters and combining elements to represent real-life systems. Workbooks and their solutions are provided for practice. More complex systems are modeled by combining two energy storage elements, and the concepts of root locus plots and complex variables are explained using a computer-enhanced root locus plotter. A case study is included to demonstrate how these models apply to real-life control systems, using a DC motor driven conveyor system.
|8."The Digital Zone System: Taking Control from Capture to Print" by Robert Fisher|
“The Digital Zone System: Taking Control from Capture to Print” Book Review: This book is a reference for editing digital images with a higher level of control than before. It explains Adam’s original Zone System and how it relates to current digital processes such as Expose to the Right (ETTR) and high dynamic range imaging (HDRI). The book covers topics like converting images to black and white, using the Digital Zone System for color image editing, and tone mapping HDR images. It also provides brief discussions on printing, color management, setting up Photoshop, and exposure for digital images. The book presents step-by-step procedures with examples that show the advantages of the Digital Zone System over commonly used digital editing methods.
|9."Electric Motors and Control Systems" by Frank D. Petruzella|
“Electric Motors and Control Systems” Book Review: The book offers quizzes with MCQs, true or false, and completion-type questions. It also provides hands-on assignments on motor installation. The book includes the Constructor motor control simulation software that offers 45 preconstructed simulated motor control circuits using NEMA and IEC symbols. The practical assignments aim to test and troubleshoot the motor control circuits.
|10."Analog and Digital Control System Design: Transfer-Function, State-Space, and Algebraic Methods" by Chi-Tsong Chen|
“Analog and Digital Control System Design: Transfer-Function, State-Space, and Algebraic Methods” Book Review: This book focuses on linear control systems concepts rather than computational mechanics. It covers modern and traditional procedures, including topics such as design criteria, problem formulation, various design methods, physical constraints, and compensator implementation. The book also addresses challenges in developing block diagrams, such as noise, disturbances, and plant perturbations. It develops state feedback and state estimators using state variable equations and transfer functions, allowing for easy comparison between the two topics. The book incorporates MATLAB problems and solutions throughout.
5. Embedded Control System
|1."Applied Control Theory for Embedded Systems" by Tim Wescott|
Book Review: This book provides practical examples for designing working systems, along with mathematical background. It’s designed for engineers who don’t have a complete understanding of mathematics or high-level operating theory. The book explains the basics of control theory in an embedded environment, and how to apply control theorems without complex mathematics. It also covers the latest concepts in control systems using embedded digital controllers.
|2."Handbook of Networked and Embedded Control Systems" by Varsakelis H|
“Handbook of Networked and Embedded Control Systems” Book Review: The main focus of this book is networked and embedded control systems. It provides comprehensive information on embedded and networked control systems for interested readers. It covers topics such as special-purpose computer hardware, real-time control, and modifications in operating systems. The book is organized systematically and provides extensive coverage, making it useful for learning and reference. The book is designed to be like a handbook for researchers and practitioners, and it contains up-to-date results in the theory of embedded control.
|3."Software Frameworks and Embedded Control Systems" by A Pasetti Alessandro Pasetti Springer-Verlag|
“Software Frameworks and Embedded Control Systems” Book Review: The book offers a basic introduction to embedded control systems and software frameworks. It explains the various technologies of software frameworks and their significance as a software reuse technique in various domains. It also explores the challenges of applying software frameworks in embedded systems, mostly due to limited CPU capacity and memory resources. Additionally, the book describes how object-oriented software frameworks can be used in embedded control systems.
|4."Distributed Embedded Control Systems: Improving Dependability with Coherent Design" by Matja Colnaric and Domen Verber|
“Distributed Embedded Control Systems: Improving Dependability with Coherent Design” Book Review: The book offers a comprehensive account of distributed embedded control systems, with a focus on enhancing dependability through coherent design. It features over 100 examples and a practical prototype to illustrate the concepts presented. The text delves into the various domains involved in designing an integrated distributed embedded computer control system, covering system and hardware architectures, programming issues, and desired properties. Additionally, the book explores basic language subsets, object-oriented methodology, and language support for hardware and software specifications.
|5."Taming Heterogeneity and Complexity of Embedded Control" by Lamnabhi|
“Taming Heterogeneity and Complexity of Embedded Control” Book Review: The book gives a detailed explanation on how to manage the complexity of embedded control systems. Its purpose is to encourage sharing of ideas and experiences in this area and to strengthen scientific connections in the field of controlling nonlinear and hybrid systems. The book covers the subject in great detail, but is written in simple language that is easy to understand. It is intended for students, teachers, and professionals in various technology and science fields.
|6."Next Generation Design and Verification Methodologies for Distributed Embedded Control Systems" by P Sampath and S Ramesh|
“Next Generation Design and Verification Methodologies for Distributed Embedded Control Systems” Book Review: The book presents a basic introduction to the latest design and verification methods for distributed embedded control systems. It gathers leading experts in this field to showcase their groundbreaking work. The book explores strategies for handling the growing complexity of embedded control systems and covers diverse topics such as formal specification and verification of distributed and heterogeneous systems, modeling language semantics, and more. The book also covers model-based specification and testing, formal component-based development, software product line engineering, automatic code generation for distributed embedded systems, and other related topics.
|7."Reconfigurable Embedded Control Systems" by Hanisch|
“Reconfigurable Embedded Control Systems” Book Review: The book offers a comprehensive overview of reconfigurable embedded control systems, including their applications in promoting flexibility and agility in system development. It delves into the challenges associated with this area of research, covering topics such as static and dynamic reconfigurations, multi-agent architectures, component-based approaches, modeling, and verification. Additionally, the book covers diverse topics such as architecture description languages, distributed reconfigurable architectures, real-time and low power scheduling, and more.
|8."Embedded Control Systems in C / C++" by Ledin Jim|
“Embedded Control Systems in C / C++” Book Review: The book offers a basic introduction to embedded control systems, with the goal of helping readers implement proven design techniques without needing advanced mathematics knowledge. It takes a step-by-step approach, presenting various control system design techniques suited for readers with different levels of experience in embedded control systems. The author assumes that the reader has a basic understanding of C/C++. The book is primarily intended for students and teachers in various fields of engineering and technology.
6. Automated Control Systems
|1."Automatic Control Systems" by Farid Golnaraghi and Benjamin C Kuo|
“Automatic Control Systems” Book Review: The book offers a contemporary, practical introduction to the fundamentals of control systems. It features innovative virtual labs that simulate physical systems, enhancing problem-solving skills. The book introduces the concept of Control Lab, which encompasses two types of experiments: SIMLab and LEGOLab. The book also includes numerous solved examples, making it suitable for students seeking practical knowledge of the subject and practicing engineers seeking a comprehensive self-study resource.
|2."Control Systems: Theory and Applications" by Smarajit Ghosh|
“Control Systems: Theory and Applications” Book Review: The book offers a comprehensive coverage of the subject, spanning from conventional to modern control concepts. It includes topics such as nonlinear control, digital control systems, and fuzzy logic implementations. The book places emphasis on pedagogy, with a focus on helping readers understand the subject matter. Additionally, the book features numerous end-of-chapter exercises to help readers reinforce their understanding of the material.
|3."Automatic Control Systems (With Matlab Programs)" by S Hasan Saeed|
“Automatic Control Systems (With Matlab Programs)” Book Review: The book covers a range of topics, including Input-Output Relationship, Frequency Domain Analysis, Control System Components, and MATLAB Programs. It also covers concepts such as Time Domain Analysis, Error Analysis, and The Laplace Transforms. In addition, the book includes Stability Theory, Compensation methodologies, and State Space Analysis of Control Systems, among others. The book provides numerous Miscellaneous Problems, Objective Type Questions, Model Test Papers, and Previous Years Question Papers.
|4."Control Systems Engineering" by I J Nagrath and Madan Gopal|
“Control Systems Engineering” Book Review: The book is suitable for both undergraduate and postgraduate level students. It provides a comprehensive analysis of both continuous-time and discrete-time systems. The text emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of the subject, and includes illustrations from various engineering courses to explain fundamental system concepts. The book covers topics such as mathematical models of physical systems, control systems and components, stability concepts, algebraic criteria, and much more.
|5."Automatic Control Systems" by George J Thaler|
“Automatic Control Systems” Book Review: This book covers the essential aspects of control systems, including accuracy, stability, and dynamic response. It also explains graphical techniques for constructing frequency response curves and root loci. It is an ideal introductory text for beginners in linear feedback control theory. The book is comprehensive and easy to follow, making it accessible for students to solve problems with minimal effort.
|6."Automatic Control Systems: Basic Analysis and Design" by William A Wolovich|
“Automatic Control Systems: Basic Analysis and Design” Book Review: This book aims to teach students the methods to achieve optimal design. It combines classical and modern approaches and systematically presents all the fundamental knowledge required to achieve the best possible design, emphasizing on flexibility. The book covers all relevant control topics in a clear pedagogical sequence, starting with the equivalence of system descriptions, followed by performance goals and tests, and ending with new and innovative design methods to achieve the goals regardless of the system description.
|7."Automatic Control Systems: Including MATLAB" by Anoop K Jairath and S Palani|
“Automatic Control Systems: Including MATLAB” Book Review: The book provides clear explanations of concepts with ample numerical illustrations. It emphasizes and presents direct techniques for solving problems instead of indirect methods. The text covers time and frequency domain approaches for analyzing and designing linear control systems using state space and transfer function models of physical systems. It also includes short and long problems with solutions at the end of each chapter, as well as MATLAB programs for state space modeling and analysis.
|8."Electrical Machines And Automatic Control System" by Ambikapathy A|
“Electrical Machines And Automatic Control System” Book Review: The book provides a concise and fundamental overview of electrical machines and control systems. It covers various topics related to the construction and operation of electrical machines, along with the methods and techniques used in control systems. The book emphasizes the understanding of different types of plots, such as bode plots and root locus plots. It also includes a variety of numerical problems with solutions for each concept, making it a useful resource for students and practitioners in the field.
|9."Electrical Machines and Automatic Control" by J P Navani|
“Electrical Machines and Automatic Control” Book Review: This book covers a range of topics in electrical engineering including Single Phase Transformer, Three Phase Transformer And Autotransfer, Alternator and Synchronous Motor. Additionally, it provides an introduction to Control System, DC Motor, Three Phase Induction Motor And Servo Motor as well as Signals and Transfer Function. It also includes other important topics such as Modeling of Mechanical System, Stability, Frequency Response Analysis, Root Locus Techniques and more.
|10."Control Systems Engineering" by Norman S Nise|
“Control Systems Engineering” Book Review: This practical book is suitable for engineers and includes multiple case studies and a comprehensive approach. The text provides direct and thorough descriptions and contains real-world illustrations to signify the analysis and design procedure. The book also includes handy understanding evaluation exercises, various in-chapter illustrations, and assessment problems. It covers the latest versions of MATLAB, the Symbolic Math Toolbox, and MATLAB’s graphical user interface (GUI) tools, as well as the Control System Toolbox and Simulink.
|11."Fuzzy Reasoning in Information, Decision and Control Systems (Intelligent Systems, Control and Automation: Science and Engineering)" by S G Tzafestas and Anastasios N Venetsanopoulos|
“Fuzzy Reasoning in Information, Decision and Control Systems (Intelligent Systems, Control and Automation: Science and Engineering)” Book Review: This book provides a detailed explanation of fuzzy reasoning techniques and their application in information, decision, and control systems. The book covers fundamental concepts and advanced topics such as fuzzy decision-making, fuzzy clustering, and fuzzy neural networks. It also includes case studies and practical examples to illustrate the concepts discussed. The authors, S G Tzafestas and Anastasios N Venetsanopoulos, have done an excellent job of making the book accessible to readers with different levels of knowledge and experience in fuzzy logic and control systems.
7. Non-linear Control Systems
|1."Modern Control Principles and Applications" by J C Hsu and A U Meyer|
“Modern Control Principles and Applications” Book Review: The focus of this book is on stability and performance of automatic control specifically for nonlinear systems. It explores modern control theories that aid in determining stability for various classes of nonlinear systems, and demonstrates how to apply these theories to real-world problems. With its coverage of recent developments in control theory, this book serves as a valuable resource for both qualified undergraduates and first-year graduate students.
|2."Nonlinear systems" by M Vidyasagar|
Book Review: This book explores the progress in applying differential geometric methods to nonlinear analysis while also covering fundamental techniques. It showcases how nonlinear control systems respond to different circumstances, offering a range of nonlinear techniques and methods employed in linear control theory. Additionally, the book contains chapters on lyapunov stability, input-output stability, and differential geometric control theory. To enhance the reader’s comprehension, the book includes a set of problems for self-evaluation.
|3."Nonlinear System Theory: Functional Analysis Approach" by J M Holtzman|
|4."Robust Nonlinear Control Systems Design: Application to Nonlinear Processes" by Taufiq Firmansyah and Yudi Samyudia|
“Robust Nonlinear Control Systems Design: Application to Nonlinear Processes” Book Review: The presented book offers a design framework for control systems operating in nonlinear regions during set point changes or disturbance rejections. Implementation of this proposal significantly enhances the robustness of the models utilized in designing the controllers. It is a valuable reference for researchers, scientists, professionals, and students alike.
|5."Nonlinear Control Systems" by A Isidori|
Book Review: The book focuses on the fundamentals of the theory of nonlinear control systems, emphasizing the differential geometric approach. It serves as an excellent graduate-level textbook and reference material for scientists and researchers working on the analysis and design of feedback systems. The author’s extensive experience gained at various universities informs the book’s content. Additionally, the book contains chapters at an elementary level.
|6."Nonlinear Control Systems and Power System Dynamics" by Qiang Lu Shengwei Mei Yuanzhang Sun Mei Lu Sun|
“Nonlinear Control Systems and Power System Dynamics” Book Review: The book extensively covers the application of nonlinear control theory to electric power systems, using both the differential geometric approach and the nonlinear robust control method. It includes mathematical proofs and formulas for deriving nonlinear control laws of power systems. The book also discusses the implementation of nonlinear control theory for practical engineering control designs using microprocessors. With numerous examples and exercises, it is an ideal reference for advanced level courses, engineers, and researchers interested in applying modern nonlinear control theory to practical engineering control designs.
|7."Algebraic Methods For Nonlinear Control Systems" by Conte Giuseppe Moog Claude H Perdon Anna Maria|
“Algebraic Methods for Nonlinear Control Systems” Book Review: This book is about a way to control systems that aren’t straight forward to control. It talks about how to make controlling these systems easier by using something called linear algebra. The book also explains different problems that can come up when trying to control these systems and how to solve them. It’s a good book for people who are studying or researching control systems. There are also lots of practice problems and examples to help you learn.
|8."Bio inspired adaptive control of nonlinear systems" by McKee Michael MD Frcs (C)|
“Bio Inspired Adaptive Control of Nonlinear Systems” Book Review: This book suggests using a genetic algorithm (GA) to adjust a fuzzy logic controller. The GA aims to find the right controller coefficients that minimize the tracking error and control effort. Unlike traditional methods, this approach allows the control system to learn the characteristics of the nonlinear system in real-time. The book also provides guidance on how to tune the membership functions and rulebase parameters to optimize the controller, with most of this work done offline. It is recommended for readers interested in using modern methods to optimize control systems.
|9."Operator-Based Nonlinear Control Systems: Designs and Applications" by Mingcong Deng|
“Operator-Based Nonlinear Control Systems: Design and Applications” Book Review: This book is about non-linear systems and how to model them as operator-based plants. It explains how to obtain their robust right coprime factorization and how to use smart actuators to ensure stability and performance. The book also examines uncertain non-linearity and emphasizes the operator-theoretic approach. It provides many examples on the application of this approach to network controlled systems. Additionally, it covers topics such as nonlinear feedback control for large-scale systems, distributed control systems, tracking issues, and fault detection issues in nonlinear control systems. The book explores applications of the operator-theoretic approach and discusses future research directions. It is suitable for students and professionals in control theory engineering and applied mathematics.
|10."Systems and Control: An Introduction to Linear, Sampled & Non-Linear Systems (Advanced Series in Electrical & Computer Engineering)" by Terry Dougherty|
“Systems and Control: An Introduction to Linear, Sampled & Non-Linear Systems (Advanced Series in Electrical & Computer Engineering)” Book Review: This book is an introduction to systems and control. It covers the basics of linear, sampled, and non-linear systems, and explores topics such as dynamically equivalent systems, block diagrams for system description, Routh root loci, frequency response techniques, system performance, the tracking problem, nonlinear systems, and the phase plane problem. The book includes many real-world examples to help readers better understand the material. It is aimed at students, teachers, and professionals in the field of electrical and computer engineering.
8. Optimal Control System
|1."Optimal Control Theory: An Introduction" by D E Kirk|
“Optimal Control Theory: An Introduction” Book Review: This book is an extensive guide on optimal control theory, which is about making processes more efficient by minimizing costs and maximizing returns. It covers three critical aspects of the theory: dynamic programming, numerical techniques for trajectory optimization, and Pontryagin’s minimum principle. The book emphasizes the importance of describing systems and evaluating their performances. It also discusses the calculus of variations and how it is used in conjunction with Pontryagin’s minimum principle to determine optimal controls and trajectories through iterative numerical techniques.
|2."Singular Perturbation Analysis of Discrete Control Systems" by Desineni S Naidu|
“Singular Perturbation Analysis of Discrete Control Systems” Book Review: This book explains singular perturbation analysis of discrete control systems in detail. It discusses how singular perturbation can be represented as difference equations in the classical form. It covers the modelling and analysis of singularly perturbed difference equations in the state space form, including singularly perturbed nonlinear difference equations and closed-loop discrete optimal control problems. The book also addresses three-time scale difference equations with applications to open-loop optimal control problems.
|3."Optimal Control: An Introduction to the Theory with Applications" by Leslie M Hocking|
“Optimal Control: An Introduction to the Theory with Applications” Book Review: This book offers an introductory overview of optimal control, including its theory and applications. It focuses on systems that evolve over time and are commonly found in nature. It explains how to model the behavior of such systems using mathematics and how to control their behavior through interventions using controls. The book also covers the theory of optimal control, which aims to determine controls that minimize the cost of a direct system along a given trajectory or allow it to reach a given point in its state space.
|4."Nonlinear and Optimal Control Systems" by Thomas L Vincent and Walter J Grantham|
“Nonlinear and Optimal Control Systems” Book Review: This book offers an in-depth overview of nonlinear and optimal control systems. It introduces the reader to analysis techniques that are utilized in designing nonlinear and optimal feedback control systems, with a strong emphasis on the fundamental topics of stability, controllability, and optimality, as well as the corresponding geometry associated with these topics. The book includes several examples and a range of exercises in each module.
|5."Optimal Control" by Leonid T. Aschepkov and Dmitriy V Dolgy|
“Optimal Control” Book Review: This book offers a thorough exploration of optimal control, encompassing both linear and nonlinear systems. It delves into the problem of determining the necessary and sufficient conditions for optimal processes. The first section of the book presents the theory of linear control systems based on the separation theorem and the concept of reachability set. It covers topics such as the closure of a reachability set in the class of piecewise continuous controls, observability, controllability, identification, performance, and terminal control. The second section of the book is dedicated to nonlinear control systems.
|6."Optimal Control and System Theory in Dynamic Economic Analysis" by Masanao Aoki|
“Optimal Control and System Theory in Dynamic Economic Analysis” Book Review: This book presents a comprehensive overview of optimal control and system theory, specifically in the context of dynamic economic analysis. It covers various key topics such as linear control systems, the separation theorem, reachability set, closure of reachability set, controllability, performance, and more. The book includes numerous examples that aim to aid students in understanding these complex subjects. Its target audience includes students, teachers, and professionals from various fields of technology and science.
|7."Applied Optimal Control: Optimization, Estimation and Control" by Jr. Arthur E Bryson and Yu-Chi Ho|
“Applied Optimal Control: Optimization, Estimation and Control” Book Review: This book is about complicated systems and how to analyze and design them. It’s easy to understand, with clear explanations and helpful diagrams. There are lots of examples and problems to help you learn, and references and tests to help you practice. It’s a good book for engineers, mathematicians, and students who want to learn more about complex systems.
|8."Dynamic Programming & Optimal Control" by Dimitri P Bertsekas|
“Dynamic Programming & Optimal Control” Book Review: The book explains the algorithmic approach to dynamic programming, which is useful for optimal control. It covers topics such as Markovian decision problems, planning, serial decision making under uncertainty, and discrete or combinatorial optimization. The focus is on fundamental concepts and unifying themes. The book provides many examples and applications from various fields like engineering and operations research. It includes illustrations, solved examples, and exercises.
9. Multivariable Control Systems
|1."Linear System Theory and Design" by C T Chen|
Book Review: This book has a great combination of theory and practical applications for learning about linear system theory and design. It has easy-to-follow methods that show how to design and get results quickly and effectively, which helps students a lot. This book is ideal for students studying linear systems and multivariable system design in graduate and undergraduate courses, and also useful for practicing engineers.
|2."Fundamentals of Linear State Space Systems" by John Bay|
Book Review: The book shows that state space methods are not well-developed and there is a lack of focus on teaching them. The author uses vector space analysis to provide a useful sequential development of the concepts, which is beneficial for graduate students. The book starts by explaining vectors and spaces and then moves on to cover the geometric properties of linear operators. It also includes chapters on stability, controllability, observability, state feedback, observers, and Kalman filters.
|3."Linear System Theory" by Wilson Rugh|
Book Review: This book explains the fundamental principles of linear systems theory thoroughly, considering both continuous time and discrete time linear systems. It is an ideal textbook for students who are studying in this field. The book includes various chapters, such as time-varying linear systems, linear and matrix algebra, Laplace and Z transforms, elementary differential equations, and concepts and methodologies of continuous and discrete time. It is suitable for both graduate and undergraduate courses.
|4."Distributed Fuzzy Control of Multivariable Systems" by A E Gegov Alexander Gegov Gegov|
“Distributed Fuzzy Control of Multivariable Systems” Book Review: This book explains the basics of fuzzy control theory and includes recent findings on expanding fuzzy control theory for multivariable and large systems. The book also shows that the number of fuzzy relations (on-line computations) can be reduced, which makes real-time control implementation easier. The book provides numerical examples, solved problems, and two case studies in a structured method-algorithm-example format. This book is useful for graduate students and researchers in applied mathematics, informatics, and industrial engineering.
|5."Multivariable Computer-controlled Systems: A Transfer Function Approach" by Efim N Rosenwasser and Bernhard P Lampe|
“Multivariable Computer-Controlled Systems: A Transfer Function Approach” Book Review: This book explains the concept of time-dependence in parametric transfer function methods and extends it to parametric transfer matrix for MIMO sampled-data systems. The book introduces basic algebra, polynomials, and rational matrices that will be used throughout the book. The book analyzes several control problems so that readers can understand topics like eigenvalue assignment and the use of z- and zeta-transforms in discrete systems in later chapters. It also provides a detailed discussion of stability, parametric discrete-time models, stochastic methods, H2 optimization, L2 design, and other frequency methods for investigating MIMO sampled-data systems. This book is suitable for researchers in automatic control, development engineers working with advanced control technology, mathematical control theorists, and graduate students studying advanced methods of computer-based control.
|6."Multivariable System Identification for Process Control" by Yucai Zhu Y Zhu|
“Multivariable System Identification for Process Control” Book Review: This book offers practical solutions to problems in identifying industrial processes based on scientific principles. It provides a comprehensive overview of identification algorithms, preceded by an explanation of experimental design. Through examples and case studies, the book shows how process identification can be a powerful and efficient tool for industrial applications, bridging the gap between theory and practice. Each method is presented in its own chapter or section, and illustrated with simulation examples and case studies from industry. The book also includes MATLAB m-files to facilitate learning and application of identification in a computing environment.
|7."Identification of Multivariable Industrial Processes: for Simulation, Diagnosis and Control" by Yucai Zhu and Ton Backx|
“Identification of Multivariable Industrial Processes for Simulation, Diagnosis and Control” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive approach to multivariable industrial process identification, integrating modern systems and control theory with practical industrial applications. Drawing on over a decade of research and industry experience, the book covers key topics such as selecting the appropriate model structure, designing experiments, estimating parameters, and determining error bounds for the transfer function. Real-world case studies are included to help readers better understand the theoretical concepts and models presented.
|8."MULTIVARIABLE CONTROL SYSTEMS" by Albertos|
“Multivariable Control Systems” Book Review: This book is designed for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students and provides a comprehensive coverage of control design with a focus on practical implementation. The book covers both systems (plant) and signals (disturbances) and uses MATLAB code to implement design and evaluate control systems. The book takes a step-by-step approach to cover the entire process of multivariable control design, from setting objectives to arriving at complete design solutions. This book is useful for practicing control engineers, as well as final-year undergraduates, and Master’s or Ph.D. students starting their research.
10. Discrete Control Systems and Multi Variable Control
|1."Multivariable Feedback Control: Analysis and Design, 2ed (WILEY-Interscience)" by Ian Postlethwaite and Sigurd Skogestad|
“Multivariable Feedback Control: Analysis and Design, 2ed (WILEY-Interscience)” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive guide to the analysis and design of robust multivariable control for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students. It covers essential topics such as model uncertainty, multivariable systems, robustness, and model reduction in great detail. An overview of controller design techniques is also included, along with advanced topics such as interactions between design and control, decentralized control, and control structures. The book features numerous illustrations and solved examples to aid in understanding the concepts presented. It is an excellent reference for students studying linear control courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
|2."Multivariable Control: New Concepts and Tools" by S G Tzafestas|
“Multivariable Control: New Concepts and Tools” Book Review: This book is aimed at senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students as a foundation for linear systems theory, including linear operator theory and Laplace transformation. It covers elegant analysis and synthesis techniques used in control system design, including simple loop control systems and high-order systems with multiple loops. Multivariable control theory is addressed using optimal control, algebraic, and frequency domain control approaches. The book also includes a linear quadratic control system cell.
|3."Structural Analysis and Design of Multivariable Control Systems: An Algebraic Approach (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences)" by Leang-San Shieh and Yih T Tsay|
“Structural Analysis and Design of Multivariable Control Systems: An Algebraic Approach (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences)” Book Review: This book is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students with a background in modern control theory. It provides a comprehensive coverage of algebraic and systems theory for structural analysis, including state space representations and matrix fraction descriptions. Additionally, it covers latent structures, solvents, divisors, and spectral factors of the nonsingular characteristic matrix. The book features applications in model reduction, pole assignment design, modal control design for multivariable systems, and illustrations of parallel realizations and cascade realizations of multiport networks.
|4."Multivariable Control a Graph-theoretic Approach (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences)" by Kurt Reinschke and Kurt J Reinschke|
“Multivariable Control a Graph-theoretic Approach (Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences)” Book Review: This book is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students with a background in modern control theory. The book presents a graph-theoretic approach to the analysis and synthesis of linear time-invariant control systems. It covers topics such as appropriate state enumeration for large-scale systems, structural controllability and observability, pole assignment, disturbance rejection, noninteracting control, and pole assignability. Additionally, it includes discussions on decentralized control and output under structural constraints, as well as dynamic compensators.
|5."Digital Control Systems: Volume 2: Stochastic Control, Multivariable Control, Adaptive Control, Applications" by Rolf Isermann|
“Digital Control Systems: Volume 2: Stochastic Control, Multivariable Control, Adaptive Control, Applications” Book Review: This book is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students with a background in modern control theory. It covers the large-scale integration of semiconductors and their impact on cost-effective digital processors and data storage devices. The book explains the first microprocessors and includes an overview of large-scale integrated semiconductor memory units and input/output modules.
|6."Mono- and Multivariable Control and Estimation: Linear, Quadratic and LMI Methods (Mathematical Engineering)" by Eric Ostertag|
“Mono- and Multivariable Control and Estimation: Linear, Quadratic and LMI Methods (Mathematical Engineering)” Book Review: This book is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students with a background in modern control theory. It covers various design methods for state-feedback control laws and observers for continuous-time and discrete-time systems, including both mono and multivariable systems. Linear design methods with decoupling strategies and general formulas for multivariable controllers are discussed. Additionally, the book includes quadratic optimization methods like LQC, LQG, and LMI for solving linear and quadratic problems.
|7."Discrete-Time Control Systems" by Ogata|
“Discrete-Time Control Systems” Book Review: This book is intended for both undergraduate and postgraduate students and provides an extensive coverage of discrete-time control systems. It presents fundamental concepts in a straightforward manner, avoiding complex mathematical arguments. The book includes a comprehensive explanation of state observer design, quadratic optimal control, and pole placement. The state-space approach and polynomial equations approach are also discussed in detail.
|8."Feedback Control (Advanced Textbooks in Control and Signal Processing)" by Stephen J Dodds|
“Feedback Control (Advanced Textbooks in Control and Signal Processing)” Book Review: This book is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate engineering students with a background in modern control theory. It covers both model-based linear and nonlinear control systems, along with robust control based on sliding modes. Detailed mathematical derivations for feedback control are provided in a self-contained manner, and ample use of diagrams aids conceptual explanations. The book assumes knowledge of ordinary linear differential equations, Laplace transforms, transfer functions, poles and zeros. It also includes introductory material on root locus and frequency response analysis, as well as feedback control.
|9."The Essentials of Linear State–Space Systems" by J Dwight Aplevich|
“The Essentials of Linear State–Space Systems” Book Review: This book is intended for both undergraduate and postgraduate students and covers the design of feedback control, power system dynamics, communications, and signal processing. Throughout the book, theory is intermixed with examples to aid comprehension. In addition, the book serves as an introduction, motivator, and extension of the main text. It includes several important topics and encourages logical thinking.
11. Control and Electronic System Design
|1."Control Systems: Principles and Design" by M Gopal|
Control Systems Principles and Design” Book Review: This book is intended for advanced undergraduate students and provides a balanced approach that includes the frequency-response, root locus, and state-variable methods. It provides a solid foundation in key engineering subjects for students of all backgrounds. The book covers control engineering comprehensively, with an emphasis on both analysis and design, mathematical concepts, practical applications, and theoretical principles. It equips students to analyze and design continuous-time control systems, which are essential for industrial practice. In addition, the book uses MATLAB and real-world problems and examples to cover practical aspects of the topic.
|2."Control System Design: An Introduction to State-Space Methods" by Bernard Friedland|
“Control System Design An Introduction to State-Space Methods” Book Review: The book caters to students, engineers, and scientists and offers an introduction to state-space methods applicable to control system design. It covers topics including feedback control, state-space representation of dynamic systems and linear systems’ dynamics, frequency-domain analysis, controllability and observability, and dynamic response shaping. The book also provides examples that demonstrate how state-space methods can be used effectively in various applications. It is suitable for those who need methods to achieve results and those who are more interested in utilizing results than proving them.
|3."Flight Control Systems: Practical issues in design and implementation: 57 (Control, Robotics and Sensors)" by Roger W Pratt|
“Flight Control Systems Practical issues in design and implementation 57 (Control, Robotics and Sensors)” Book Review: This book is ideal for postgraduate students in strategic or applied research and practicing engineers who are new to the aviation industry. It provides a comprehensive guide to modern flight control methods for fixed-wing aircraft and features contributions from an international group of experts from industry. The book covers the fundamentals of flight control systems design and offers insights into the latest control methods used in modern aircraft. Additionally, it aims to bridge the gap between academic research and real-world applications in the field.
|4."Control System Analysis and Design" by A K Tripathi|
“Control System Analysis and Design” Book Review: The book is intended for undergraduate students studying Electronics, Electrical, Electronics and Communication, Electronics and Instrumentation, and Mechanical Engineering. It provides an overview of Control System Analysis and Design, enabling readers to enter the world of modern technological advancements with ease. The book is also relevant to competitive examinations. It includes numerous solved examples to assist readers in understanding complex concepts, and multiple-choice questions at the end of each chapter to allow readers to evaluate their understanding of the material.
|5."Linear Control Systems: Modeling, Analysis, and Design" by James R Rowland|
“Linear Control Systems Modeling, Analysis, and Design” Book Review: The book is intended for advanced undergraduate students in electrical engineering. It presents both component and system models, and covers time response, root locus, and frequency response methods using Bode diagrams and the Nyquist criterion. In addition, the book provides an overview of classical design by series compensation and state variable design using introductory concepts from optimal control theory. The book offers an integrated approach to linear control system modeling, analysis, and design. It also includes a large number of solved problems accompanied by photographs.
|6."Modern Control Systems Theory" by M Gopal|
Book Review: This book discusses the advancements in LSI technology and the availability of affordable microprocessors, memory chips, and analog to digital converters. The topics covered in the book are significant for analyzing and designing computer-controlled systems. It provides a concise overview of both theoretical and practical aspects of transform domain and state space design algorithms. Furthermore, the book delves into the fundamental principles of self-tuning control approaches and covers the key features of stepping motors and their drives. Several case studies on microprocessor-based control are included in the book.
|7."Physiological Control Systems: Analysis, Simulation, and Estimation (IEEE Press Series on Biomedical Engineering)" by Michael C K Khoo|
“Physiological Control Systems: Analysis, Simulation, and Estimation (IEEE Press Series on Biomedical Engineering)” Book Review: This book is intended for both undergraduates and biomedical scientists, providing a comprehensive introduction to control theory, systems analysis, and model identification. It covers classical control theory and its application to physiological systems, as well as contemporary topics and methodologies that are shaping bioengineering research. The book includes recent developments in system identification, optimal control, and nonlinear dynamical analysis, offering readers the most up-to-date information in the field.