By Panos J. Antsaklis

ISBN-10: 0817644601

ISBN-13: 9780817644604

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Based on a streamlined presentation of the authors' profitable paintings Linear structures, this textbook offers an creation to structures idea with an emphasis on keep an eye on. the cloth offered is large sufficient to provide the reader a transparent photograph of the dynamical habit of linear platforms in addition to their benefits and boundaries. basic effects and subject matters necessary to linear structures conception are emphasised. The emphasis is on time-invariant structures, either non-stop- and discrete-time.

Key good points and topics:

* Notes, references, workouts, and a precis and highlights part on the finish of every chapter.

* accomplished index and solutions to chose workouts on the finish of the book.

* helpful mathematical historical past fabric incorporated in an appendix.

* important directions for the reader within the preface.

* 3 middle chapters guiding the reader to a very good knowing of the dynamical habit of systems.

* unique insurance of inner and exterior method descriptions, together with country variable, impulse reaction and move functionality, polynomial matrix, and fractional representations.

* rationalization of balance, controllability, observability, and realizations with an emphasis on primary results.

* designated dialogue of state-feedback, state-estimation, and eigenvalue assignment.

* Emphasis on time-invariant platforms, either non-stop- and discrete-time. For complete insurance of time-variant platforms, the reader is inspired to consult the significant other booklet Linear platforms, which incorporates extra special descriptions and extra fabric, together with the entire proofs of the implications provided here.

* options handbook on hand to teachers upon adoption of the text.

A Linear platforms Primer is geared in the direction of first-year graduate and senior undergraduate scholars in a standard one-semester introductory path on platforms and regulate. it could actually additionally function a great reference or self-study consultant for electric, mechanical, chemical, and aerospace engineers, utilized mathematicians, and researchers operating on top of things, communications, and sign processing.

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10. 11, a point mass M is moving in a circular path about the axis of rotation normal to a constant gravitational ﬁeld (this is called the simple pendulum problem). Here l is the radius of the circular path, g is the gravitational acceleration, and θ denotes the angle of deﬂection measured from the vertical. Use the Hamiltonian formulation of dynamical systems described above to derive a system of ﬁrst-order ordinary diﬀerential equations that characterize this system. Verify your answer by using Newton’s second law of motion to derive the same system of equations.

52) about the solution φ. 52), about a given solution φ, is frequently used as a means of approximating a nonlinear process by a linear one (in the vicinity of φ). 52)], we will show under what conditions it makes sense to deduce qualitative properties of a nonlinear process from its linearization. 58), say, φ(t) = x0 for all t ∈ R. 60) δx δx →0 and A denotes the Jacobian ∂f ∂x (x0 ). 58) about the solution φ(t) ≡ x0 . 6 Systems of Linear First-Order Ordinary Diﬀerential Equations 23 where f : R × D1 × D2 → Rn and D1 ⊂ Rn , D2 ⊂ Rm are some domains.

5 Existence, Uniqueness, and Dependence on Parameters of Solutions 17 gravitational acceleration g, and the mass. The symbol x denotes the angle of deﬂection measured from the vertical. The present model is called a simple pendulum. 7. 34) can be represented by the system of ﬁrst-order ordinary diﬀerential equations given by x˙ 1 = x2 , x˙ 2 = −f (x1 )x2 − g(x1 ). 38) are given by x1 (0) and x2 (0). 12). 5. 39). Hence, no solution exists for this initial-value problem (in the sense deﬁned in this chapter).

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