NEW TRENDS IN OPTIMAL FILTERING AND CONTROL FOR POLYNOMIAL AND TIME DELAY SYSTEMS

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New Trends In Optimal Filtering And Control For Polynomial And Time Delay Systems

Author : Michael Basin
ISBN : 9783540708025
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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0. 1 Introduction Although the general optimal solution of the ?ltering problem for nonlinear state and observation equations confused with white Gaussian noises is given by the Kushner equation for the conditional density of an unobserved state with respect to obser- tions (see [48] or [41], Theorem 6. 5, formula (6. 79) or [70], Subsection 5. 10. 5, formula (5. 10. 23)), there are a very few known examples of nonlinear systems where the Ku- ner equation can be reduced to a ?nite-dimensional closed system of ?ltering eq- tions for a certain number of lower conditional moments. The most famous result, the Kalman-Bucy ?lter [42], is related to the case of linear state and observation equations, where only two moments, the estimate itself and its variance, form a closed system of ?ltering equations. However, the optimal nonlinear ?nite-dimensional ?lter can be - tained in some other cases, if, for example, the state vector can take only a ?nite number of admissible states [91] or if the observation equation is linear and the drift term in the 2 2 state equation satis?es the Riccati equation df /dx + f = x (see [15]). The complete classi?cation of the “general situation” cases (this means that there are no special - sumptions on the structure of state and observation equations and the initial conditions), where the optimal nonlinear ?nite-dimensional ?lter exists, is given in [95].
Category: Technology & Engineering

Time Delay Systems Methods Applications And New Trends

Author : Rifat Sipahi
ISBN : 9783642252204
Genre : Computers
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This volume is concerned with the control and dynamics of time delay systems; a research field with at least six-decade long history that has been very active especially in the past two decades. In parallel to the new challenges emerging from engineering, physics, mathematics, and economics, the volume covers several new directions including topology induced stability, large-scale interconnected systems, roles of networks in stability, and new trends in predictor-based control and consensus dynamics. The associated applications/problems are described by highly complex models, and require solving inverse problems as well as the development of new theories, mathematical tools, numerically-tractable algorithms for real-time control. The volume, which is targeted to present these developments in this rapidly evolving field, captures a careful selection of the most recent papers contributed by experts and collected under five parts: (i) Methodology: From Retarded to Neutral Continuous Delay Models, (ii) Systems, Signals and Applications, (iii): Numerical Methods, (iv) Predictor-based Control and Compensation, and (v) Networked Control Systems and Multi-agent Systems.
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Advances In Sliding Mode Control

Author : B Bandyopadhyay
ISBN : 9783642369865
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The sliding mode control paradigm has become a mature technique for the design of robust controllers for a wide class of systems including nonlinear, uncertain and time-delayed systems. This book is a collection of plenary and invited talks delivered at the 12th IEEE International Workshop on Variable Structure System held at the Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India in January 2012. After the workshop, these researchers were invited to develop book chapters for this edited collection in order to reflect the latest results and open research questions in the area. The contributed chapters have been organized by the editors to reflect the various themes of sliding mode control which are the current areas of theoretical research and applications focus; namely articulation of the fundamental underpinning theory of the sliding mode design paradigm, sliding modes for decentralized system representations, control of time-delay systems, the higher order sliding mode concept, results applicable to nonlinear and underactuated systems, sliding mode observers, discrete sliding mode control together with cutting edge research contributions in the application of the sliding mode concept to real world problems. This book provides the reader with a clear and complete picture of the current trends in Variable Structure Systems and Sliding Mode Control Theory.
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Stochastic Systems

Author : Vladimir Semenovich Pugachev
ISBN : 9810247427
Genre : Mathematics
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General theory and basic methods of linear and nonlinear stocastic systems (StS), based on the equations for characteristic functions and functionals.Special attention is paid to methods based on canonical expansions and integral canonical represntations.
Category: Mathematics

Mathematical Reviews

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ISBN : UVA:X006195255
Genre : Mathematics
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European Control Conference 1995

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Proceedings of the European Control Conference 1995, Rome, Italy 5-8 September 1995
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