Linear System Theory and Design
Edition: 3rd 1998 (Revised)
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Description: This text is an extensive revision of the author's highly successful text, Linear Systems Theory and Design. In the third edition, the author is revising his formerly more theoretical approach to the topic of linear systems, choosing instead a more general approach that will appeal to a wider audience. A key feature of the revision is the incorporation of MATLAB throughout the text, with an emphasis on the ideas behind the computation and the interpretation of the results. The user-friendly approach to linear systems strikes a balance between theory and applications. The text is intended for undergraduate students of linear systems and multivariable system design.
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List price: $152.95
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/10/1998
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Linear Spaces and Linear Operators|
|Mathematical Descriptions of Systems|
|Linear Dynamical Equations and Impulse-Response Matrices|
|Controllability and Observability of Linear Dynamical Equations|
|Irreducible Realizations, Strict System Equivalence, and Identification|
|State Feedback and State Estimators|
|Stability of Linear Systems|
|Linear-Time Invariant Composite Systems: Characterization, Stability, and Designs|
|Analytic Functions of a Real Variable|
|Minimum Energy Control|
|Controllability after the Introduction of Sampling|
|Hermitian Forms and Singular Value Decomposition|
|On the Matrix Equation AM + MB = N|
|Polynomials and Polynomial Matrices|
|Poles and Zeros|