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Description Based on a streamlined presentation of the authors’ successful work Linear Systems, this textbook provides an introduction to systems theory with an emphasis on control. Initial chapters present necessary mathematical background material for a fundamental understanding of the dynamical behavior of systems. Each chapter includes helpful chapter lonear and guidelines for the reader, sysetms well as summaries, notes, references, and exercises at the end. The emphasis throughout is on time-invariant systems, both continuous- and discrete-time.
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The material presented is broad enough to give the reader a clear picture of the dynamical behavior of linear systems as well as their advantages and limitations. Fundamental results and topics essential to linear systems theory are emphasized. The emphasis is on time-invariant systems, both continuous- and discrete-time. Key features and topics: For full coverage of time-variant systems, the reader is encouraged to refer to the companion book Linear Systems, which contains more detailed descriptions and additional material, including all the proofs of the results presented here.
A Linear Systems Primer is geared towards first-year graduate and senior undergraduate students in a antsakli one-semester introductory course on systems and control. It may also serve as an excellent reference or self-study guide for electrical, mechanical, chemical, and aerospace engineers, applied mathematicians, and researchers working in control, communications, and signal processing.
A Linear Systems Primer
Also by the authors: Fundamental Results Controllability and Observability: Special Forms Internal and External Descriptions: Review Text From the reviews: With emphasis on topics and results that are fundamental to systems theory and control, the book strikes a balance between breadth and depth, and between basics concepts and tools and mathematical rigor.
The book is clearly written, and its presentation is transparent and smooth. It is an excellent textbook for a one-semester, first-year graduate-level course on linear systems theory. Indeed, I have adopted this book as the textbook for the linear systems course that I teach. The book is also a useful reference for researchers and engineering practitioners.
The authors are prominent and authoritative Topic coverage is broad, ranging from basics like system models, controllability, and observability, to state feedback and controllers with two degrees of freedom. Ten brief appendixes cover basic background material such as vector spaces and eigenvalues. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty.
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This primer is aimed essentially at course use, with an emphasis on key results and essential theory Each chapter ends with a useful ‘summary and highlights’ section and well-documented historical notes pointing back to the technical literature.
Linnear provides an introduction to system theory with an emphasis on control theory. The book is accompanied by many illustrative examples Review quote From the reviews: Book ratings by Goodreads.
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