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1.1 What is Control?
1.2 Open-Loop and Closed-Loop Control Systems
1.3 Other Classifications of Control Systems
1.4 On the Road to Control System Analysis and Design
2.2 Singularity Functions
2.3 Frequency Response
2,4 Laplace Transform and the Transfer Function
2.5 Response to Singularity Functions
2.6 Response to Arbitrary Inputs
2.7 Performance
2.8 Stability
2.9 Root-Locus Method
2.10 Nyquist Stability Criterion
2.11 Robustness
2.12 Closed-Loop Compensation Techniques for Single-Input, Single-Output Systems
2.12.1 Proportional-integral-derivative compensation
2.12.2 Lag, lead, and lead-lag compensation
3.1 The State-Space: Why Do I Need It?
3.2 Linear Transformation of State-Space Representations
3.3 System Characteristics from State-Space Representation
3.4 Special State-Space Representations: The Canonical Forms
3.5 Block Building in Linear, Time-Invariant State-Space
Solving the State-Equations
4.1 Solution of the Linear Time Invariant State Equations
4.2 Calculation of the State-Transition Matrix
4.3 Understanding the Stability Criteria through the State-Transition Matrix
4.4 Numerical Solution of Linear Time-Invariant State-Equations
4.5 Numerical Solution of Linear Time-Varying State-Equations
4.6 Numerical Solution of Nonlinear State-Equations
4.7 Simulating Control System Response with SIMULINK
Control System Design in State-Space
5.1 Design: Classical vs. Modern
5.2 Controllability
5.3 Pole-Placement Design Using Full-State Feedback
5.3.1 Pole-placement regulator design for single-input plants
5.3.2 Pole-placement regulator design for multi-input plants
5.3.3 Poke-placement regulator design for plants with noise
5.3.4 Pole-placement design of tracking systems
5.4 Observers, Observability, and Compensators
5.4.1 Pole-placement design of full-order observers and
5.4.2 Pole-placement design of reduced-order observers and compensators
5.4.3 Noise and robustness issues
Linear Optimal Control
6.1 The Optimal Control Problem
6.1.1 The general optimal control formulation for regulators
6.1.2 Optimal regulator gain matrix and the Riccati equation
6.2 Infinite-Time Linear Optimal Regulator Design
6.3 Optimal Control of Tracking Systems
6.4 Output Weighted Linear Optimal Control
6.5 Terminal Time Weighting: Solving the Matrix Riccati Equation
Kalman Filters
7.1 Stochastic Systems
7.2 Filtering of Random Signals
7.3 White Noise, and White Noise Filters
7.4 The Kalman Filter
7.5 Optimal (Linear/ Quadratic, Gaussian) Compensators
7.6 Robust Multivariable LOG Control: Loop Transfer Recovery
8.2 A/D Conversion and the z-Transform
8.5 Stability of Single-Input, Single-Output Digital Systems
8.6 Performance of Single-Input, Single-Output Digital Systems
8.8 State-Space Modeling of Multivariable Digital Systems
8.9 Solution of Linear Digital State-Equations
8.11 Linear Optimal Control of Digital Systems
9.1 Introduction
9.2 HOO Robust, Optimal Control
9.3 Structured Singular Value Synthesis for Robust Control
9.4 Time-Optimal Control with Pre-shaped Inputs
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