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5 Free eBooks On Robust Control

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Robust Control as a part of the control theory deals with the uncertainty in the controller design. The robust control methods are specially designed to work in uncertain parameters and disturbances. Learn more about the theory with these free ebooks. Happy reading.

  1. Challenges and Paradigms in Applied Robust Control

Author: Andrzej Bartoszewicz

Publisher: InTech, 2011

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This book brings out the challenges and paradigms present in the field of the applied robust control design together with its implementations. It also carries a vast range of applications including the H-infinity, the sliding mode, the robust PID, the fault tolerant based control systems and much more.

2. Recent Advances in Robust Control: Novel Approaches and Design Methods

Author: Andreas Mueller

Publisher: InTech, 2011

The text provides an excellent overview of recent application examples and the theoretical developments. The book is a must read for the researchers and engineers looking for recent advances in the field of robotics and mechatronics.

3. Robust Control: Theory and Applications

Author: Andrzej Bartoszewicz

Publisher: InTech, 2011

This brilliant read brings out the vast range of most modern updates in the field of theoretical and application studies in analysis and design of robust control system. Amongst the many interesting topics, few are robust PID, sliding mode, H-infinity, fuzzy, fault tolerant and QFT control systems.

4. Robust Adaptive Control

Author: Petros A. Ioannou, Jing Sun

Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR, 1995

The book is a comprehensive guide to adaptive control of continuous-time systems. It highlights the designing and analyzing techniques for adaptive systems in form of tutorials. It covers the models for stability, parameter identifiers, dynamic systems etc.

5. Robust Control: The Parametric Approach

Author: S. P. Bhattacharyya, H. Chapellat, L. H. Keel

Publisher: Prentice Hall, 1995

This book presents a integrated approach to robust stability theory. It explains both the linear and nonlinear systems together with providing a self sufficient and complete account of the results available in the area of robust control under parametric uncertainty.


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