Discrete-Time Control Systems, 2/E
Katsuhiko Ogata, University of Minnesota
2nd, illustrated (2009)
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- restructures content to be flexible enough to fit many different course needs:
- Chs. 1-6 provide self-contained coverage for a one-quarter course (without having to omit sections).
- Chs. 1-8 provide coverage for a full-semester course.
- In-depth discussions of selected topics (such as Z transform, and pole placement when the control signal was a vector quantity) have been moved to optional Appendices.
- discusses in detail the theoretical background for designing control systems.
- offers a greatly expanded treatment of the pole placement design with minimum-order observer by means of state space approach (Ch. 6) and polynomial equations approach (Ch. 7).
- features a new chapter on the polynomial equations approach to the control systems design — as an alternative to the design of control systems via pole placement with minimum-order observers. Includes the design of model matching control systems.
- emphasizes the usefulness of MATLAB for studying discrete-time control systems — showing how to use MATLAB optimally to obtain numerical solutions that involve various types of vector-matrix operations, plotting response curves, and system design based on quadratic optimal control.
- presents many instructive examples and worked-out problems throughout the entire text.
2. The z Transform.
3. z Plane Analysis of Discrete-Time Systems.
4. Design of Discrete-Time Control Systems by Conventional Methods.
5. State Space Analysis.
6. Pole Placement and Observer Design.
7. Polynomial Equations Approach to Control Systems Design.
8. Quadratic Optimal Control.
Appendix A. Vector-Matrix Analysis.
Appendix B. z Transforms Theory.
Appendix C. Pole Placement Design with Vector Control.