Discrete-Time Control System Design with Applications
Rabbath, C.A., Léchevin, N.
2014, XVII, 171 p. 105 illus., 20 illus. in color.
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This book presents practical techniques of discrete-time control system design. In general, the design techniques lead to low-order dynamic compensators that ensure satisfactory closed-loop performance for a wide range of sampling rates. The theory is given in the form of theorems, lemmas, and propositions. The design of the control systems is presented as step-by-step procedures and algorithms. The proposed feedback control schemes are applied to well-known dynamic system models.
This book also discusses:
Closed-loop performance of generic models of mobile robot and airborne pursuer dynamic systems under discrete-time feedback control with limited computing capabilities
Concepts of discrete-time models and sampled-data models of continuous-time systems, for both single- and dual-rate operation
Local versus global digital redesign
Optimal, closed-loop digital redesign methods
Plant input mapping design
Generalized holds and samplers for use in feedback control loops,
Numerical simulation of fixed-point arithmetic implementation
Flatness-based discrete-time control
The effect of the sampling or control update rate on closed-loop performance
Delta and shift operators
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Digital Control - Discrete-time Models of Continuous-time Systems - Flight Control Systems - Mobile robots - Small aircraft systems