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Modelling, State Space Analysis, Stability and Robustness The origins of this book go back more than twenty years when, funded by small grants from the European Union, the control theory groups from the universities of Bremen and Warwick set out to develop a course in nite dimensional systems t- ory suitable for students with a mathematical background, who had taken courses in Analysis, Linear Algebra and Di erential Equations. Various versions of the course were given to undergraduates at Bremen and Warwick and a set of lecture notes was produced entitled Introduction to Mathematical Systems Theory. As well as ourselves, the main contributors to these notes were Peter Crouch and Dietmar Salamon. Some years later we decided to expand the lecture notes into a textbook on mathematical systems theory. When we made this decision we were not very realistic about how long it would take us to complete the project. Mathematical control theory is a rather young discipline and its foundations are not as settled as those of more mature mathematical elds. Its basic principles and what is c- sidered to be its core are still changing under the in uence of new problems, new approaches and new currents of research. This complicated our decisions about the basic outline and the orientation of the book. During the period of our writing, problems of uncertainty and robustness, which had been forgotten for some time in modern control, gradually re-emerged and came to the foreground of control theory. Mathematical Systems Theory I: The origins of this book go back more than twenty years when, funded by small grants from the European Union, the control theory groups from the universities of Bremen and Warwick set out to develop a course in nite dimensional systems t- ory suitable for students with a mathematical background, who had taken courses in Analysis, Linear Algebra and Di erential Equations. Various versions of the course were given to undergraduates at Bremen and Warwick and a set of lecture notes was produced entitled Introduction to Mathematical Systems Theory. As well as ourselves, the main contributors to these notes were Peter Crouch and Dietmar Salamon. Some years later we decided to expand the lecture notes into a textbook on mathematical systems theory. When we made this decision we were not very realistic about how long it would take us to complete the project. Mathematical control theory is a rather young discipline and its foundations are not as settled as those of more mature mathematical elds. Its basic principles and what is c- sidered to be its core are still changing under the in uence of new problems, new approaches and new currents of research. This complicated our decisions about the basic outline and the orientation of the book. During the period of our writing, problems of uncertainty and robustness, which had been forgotten for some time in modern control, gradually re-emerged and came to the foreground of control theory. linear optimization linear systems modelling perturbation theory stability theory systems theory uncertain systems and robustness B Analysis Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory Systems Theory, Control Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control, Springer Berlin
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Modelling, State Space Analysis, Stability and Robustness The origins of this book go back more than twenty years when, funded by small grants from the European Union, the control theory groups from the universities of Bremen and Warwick set out to develop a course in nite dimensional systems t- ory suitable for students with a mathematical background, who had taken courses in Analysis, Linear Algebra and Di erential Equations. Various versions of the course were given to undergraduates at Bremen and Warwick and a set of lecture notes was produced entitled Introduction to Mathematical Systems Theory. As well as ourselves, the main contributors to these notes were Peter Crouch and Dietmar Salamon. Some years later we decided to expand the lecture notes into a textbook on mathematical systems theory. When we made this decision we were not very realistic about how long it would take us to complete the project. Mathematical control theory is a rather young discipline and its foundations are not as settled as those of more mature mathematical elds. Its basic principles and what is c- sidered to be its core are still changing under the in uence of new problems, new approaches and new currents of research. This complicated our decisions about the basic outline and the orientation of the book. During the period of our writing, problems of uncertainty and robustness, which had been forgotten for some time in modern control, gradually re-emerged and came to the foreground of control theory. Mathematical Systems Theory I: The origins of this book go back more than twenty years when, funded by small grants from the European Union, the control theory groups from the universities of Bremen and Warwick set out to develop a course in nite dimensional systems t- ory suitable for students with a mathematical background, who had taken courses in Analysis, Linear Algebra and Di erential Equations. Various versions of the course were given to undergraduates at Bremen and Warwick and a set of lecture notes was produced entitled Introduction to Mathematical Systems Theory. As well as ourselves, the main contributors to these notes were Peter Crouch and Dietmar Salamon. Some years later we decided to expand the lecture notes into a textbook on mathematical systems theory. When we made this decision we were not very realistic about how long it would take us to complete the project. Mathematical control theory is a rather young discipline and its foundations are not as settled as those of more mature mathematical elds. Its basic principles and what is c- sidered to be its core are still changing under the in uence of new problems, new approaches and new currents of research. This complicated our decisions about the basic outline and the orientation of the book. During the period of our writing, problems of uncertainty and robustness, which had been forgotten for some time in modern control, gradually re-emerged and came to the foreground of control theory. modelling perturbation theory systems theory linear systems linear optimization uncertain systems and robustness stability theory, Springer Berlin
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Modelling, State Space Analysis, Stability and Robustness This book presents the mathematical foundations of systems theory in a self-contained, comprehensive, detailed and mathematically rigorous way. This first volume is devoted to the analysis of dynamical systems, whereas the second volume will be devoted to control. It combines features of a detailed introductory textbook with that of a reference source. The book contains many examples and figures illustrating the text which help to bring out the intuitive ideas behind the mathematical constructions. It is accessible to mathematics students after two years of mathematics and graduate engineering students specializing in mathematical systems theory. The reader is gradually brought to the frontiers of research and on the way the required mathematical background material is developed with detailed proofs. As such the book will be useful for established researchers in systems theory as well as those just beginning in the field. Mathematical Systems Theory I: This book presents the mathematical foundations of systems theory in a self-contained, comprehensive, detailed and mathematically rigorous way. This first volume is devoted to the analysis of dynamical systems, whereas the second volume will be devoted to control. It combines features of a detailed introductory textbook with that of a reference source. The book contains many examples and figures illustrating the text which help to bring out the intuitive ideas behind the mathematical constructions. It is accessible to mathematics students after two years of mathematics and graduate engineering students specializing in mathematical systems theory. The reader is gradually brought to the frontiers of research and on the way the required mathematical background material is developed with detailed proofs. As such the book will be useful for established researchers in systems theory as well as those just beginning in the field. linear optimization linear systems modelling perturbation theory stability theory systems theory uncertain systems and robustness, Springer Berlin
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In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Springer Berlin, The origins of this book go back more than twenty years when, funded by small grants from the European Union, the control theory groups from the universities of Bremen and Warwick set out to develop a course in ?nite dimensional systems t- ory suitable for students with a mathematical background, who had taken courses in Analysis, Linear Algebra and Di?erential Equations. Various versions of the course were given to undergraduates at Bremen and Warwick and a set of lecture notes was produced entitled ?Introduction to Mathematical Systems Theory?. As well as ourselves, the main contributors to these notes were Peter Crouch and Dietmar Salamon. Some years later we decided to expand the lecture notes into a textbook on mathematical systems theory. When we made this decision we were not very realistic about how long it would take us to complete the project. Mathematical control theory is a rather young discipline and its foundations are not as settled as those of more mature mathematical ?elds. Its basic principles and what is c- sidered to be its core are still changing under the in?uence of new problems, new approaches and new currents of research. This complicated our decisions about the basic outline and the orientation of the book. During the period of our writing, problems of uncertainty and robustness, which had been forgotten for some time in ?modern control?, gradually re-emerged and came to the foreground of control theory. PC-PDF, 804 Seiten, XVI Seiten, 804 Seiten, [GR: 9626 - Nonbooks, PBS / Mathematik/Analysis], [SW: - Mathematische Analysis, allgemein], [DRM: GB], [Ausgabe: 2005][PU:Springer Berlin], [PU: Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg]
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