Robust Control Design Using H-∞ Methods (Communications and by Ian R. Petersen, Valery A. Ugrinovskii, Andrey V. Savkin

By Ian R. Petersen, Valery A. Ugrinovskii, Andrey V. Savkin

This is a unified choice of very important contemporary effects for the layout of sturdy controllers for doubtful structures, based on H8 keep an eye on idea or its stochastic counterpart, danger delicate keep an eye on thought. useful functions are used to demonstrate the tools throughout.

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