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a Bourlès, Henri

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a Linear TimeVarying Systems
h Elektronische Ressource
b AlgebraicAnalytic Approach
c by Henri Bourlès, Bogdan Marinescu

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a 1st ed. 2011

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a Berlin, Heidelberg
b Springer Berlin Heidelberg
c 2011, 2011

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a XXVI, 638 p. 32 illus
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a Part I Mathematical tools  Part II Algebraic Theory of Linear Systems  Part III Applications  Part IV Complements

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a Control, Robotics, Automation

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a Control theory

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a Systems Theory, Control

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a System theory

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a Control engineering

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a Robotics

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a Automation

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a Marinescu, Bogdan
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a Springer eBooks 2005

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a Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences

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a 10.1007/9783642197277

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a The aim of this book is to propose a new approach to analysis and control of linear timevarying systems. These systems are defined in an intrinsic way, i.e., not by a particular representation (e.g., a transfer matrix or a statespace form) but as they are actually. The system equations, derived, e.g., from the laws of physics, are gathered to form an intrinsic mathematical object, namely a finitely presented module over a ring of operators. This is strongly connected with the engineering point of view, according to which a system is not a specific set of equations but an object of the material world which can be described by equivalent sets of equations. This viewpoint makes it possible to formulate and solve efficiently several key problems of the theory of control in the case of linear timevarying systems. The solutions are based on algebraic analysis. This book, written for engineers, is also useful for mathematicians since it shows how algebraic analysis can be applied to solve engineering problems. Henri Bourlès is a Professor and holds the industrial automation chair at the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers in France. He has been teaching automation for over 20 years in engineering and graduate schools. Bogdan Marinescu is currently research engineer at the French Transmission System Operator (RTE) and Associate Professor at SATIEEcole Normale Supérieure de Cachan.
