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Adaptive Dual Control

Theory and Applications

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Benefits

  • First book providing a complete exposition on the dual control problem from the inception in the early 1960s to the present state of the art

  • Demonstrates how the performance of adaptive controllers can be improved significantly using the dual effect

Book

Part of the Lecture Notes in Control and Information Science book series (LNCIS, volume 302)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 1-5
  3. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 6-13
  4. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 14-32
  5. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 33-54
  6. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 55-61
  7. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 62-74
  8. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 75-84
  9. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 85-104
  10. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 119-129
  11. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 148-159
  12. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 160-165
  13. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 166-205
  14. Nikolai M. Filatov, Heinz Unbehauen
    Pages 206-206
  15. Back Matter

About this book

Introduction

This monograph demonstrates how the performance of various well-known adaptive controllers can be improved significantly using the dual effect. The modifications to incorporate dual control are realized separately and independently of the main adaptive controller without complicating the algorithms. A new bicriterial approach for dual control is developed and applied to various types of popular linear and nonlinear adaptive controllers. Practical applications of the designed controllers to several real-time problems are presented. This monograph is the first book providing a complete exposition on the dual control problem from the inception in the early 1960s to the present state of the art aiming at students and researchers in adaptive control as well as design engineers in industry.

Keywords

Adaptive Control Dual Control Dual Control Methods Dual Controller MATLAB algorithms bicriterial synthesis method control convergence and stability direct and indirect adaptation stability system identification

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Reviews

From the reviews:

"The principal aim of this book is to show how to improve the performance of various well-known adaptive controllers using dual adaptive controllers. … The authors suggest that their book is directed toward practicing design engineers as well as both undergraduate and graduate students of adaptive real-time control." (William J. Satzer jun., Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1061 (12), 2005)