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Author Schröder, Dierk
Title Intelligent Observer and Control Design for Nonlinear Systems [electronic resource] / edited by Dierk Schröder
Imprint Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2000
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Descript 1 online resource (xiii, 339 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
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Note Introduction -- Control Aspects -- Motion Control -- Learning in Control Engineering -- Nonlinear Function Approximators -- Systematic Intelligent Observer Design -- Identification of Separable Nonlinearities -- Identification and Compensation of Friction; Detection and Identification of Backlash -- Identification of Isolated Nonlinearities in Rolling Mills -- Input-Output Linearization: an Introduction -- Stable Model Reference Neurocontrol -- Dynamic Neural Network Compositions -- Further Strategies for Nonlinear Control with Neural Networks -- List of Figures -- Index
Control theory of nonlinear systems, in which either the linear part is known but the relevant nonlinearities in place, kind or parameters are unknown, or both the linear and the nonlinear parts are partially or even most unknown, is a new, demanding and highly interesting field. This book treats the problem by focussing on the role of learning. Intelligent learning techniques are able to determine the unknown components of nonlinear systems. These processes are always stable and convergent. The methods presented can be used both on-line and off-line. They have applications in mechatronics, hydraulics and combustion engines
Link Print version: 9783642083464
Subject Engineering
Systems theory
Vibration
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