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Linear Multivariable Control is for graduate students specializing in control, engineering scientists engaged in control systems research and development, and mathematicians with some previous acquaintance with control problems. It presents a unified approach to the structural synthesis of multivariable control systems that are linear, time-invariant, and of finite dynamic order. Emphasizing a geometric rather than a computational approach, the author describes intuitive and economical methods for handling synthesis. He then applies these methods to two control problems of long-standing interest: regulation and non interaction. Routine numerical examples are placed among the exercises at the end of each chapter. Each of the major synthesis problems treated theoretically is then complemented by a skeleton procedure for, and numerical illustrations of the required computation.
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