Three Decades of Mathematical System Theory A Collection of Surveys at the Occasion of the 50th Birthday of Jan C. Willems
The field of modern mathematical system theory has its origins in the work of R.E. Kalman in the late fifties. It came to a rapid development in the early sixties, and has seen a continuing and still growing stream of contributions in the years that followed. Today, it stands as a wellestablished d...
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Language:  English 
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Berlin, Heidelberg
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
1989, 1989

Edition:  1st ed. 1989 
Series:  Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences

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Collection:  Springer Book Archives 2004  Collection details see MPG.ReNa 
Table of Contents:
 The cascade structure in system theory
 Smooth dynamical systems which realize arithmetical and logical operations
 Pole assignment by output feedback
 Zeros, poles and modules in linear system theory
 Representations of infinitedimensional systems
 Symmetric modeling in system identification
 Elements of factorization theory from a polynomial point of view
 A state space approach to H ? optimal control
 Decentralized control of large scale systems
 State space approach to the classical interpolation problem and its applications
 Generalized statespace systems and proper stable matrix fractions
 Scattering theory, unitary dilations and Gaussian processes
 On the theory of nonlinear control systems
 Aggregation of linear systems in a completely deterministic framework
 Linear system representations
 Optimal Control
 System theory and mechanics
 The impact of the singular value decomposition in system theory, signal processing, and circuit theory
 Stochastic realization problems
 Robust stabilization of uncertain dynamic systems
 On the control of discreteevent systems