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Digital Control Using Digital Signal Processing

by Farzad Nekoogar, Gene Morarity, Gene Moriarty

ISBN 0130891037 / 9780130891037 / 0-13-089103-7
Publisher Prentice Hall
Language English
Edition Hardcover
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08910-2 Use computer-aided engineering software to design DSPs for digital control systems. DSPs can be used to implement controllers designed with classical frequency-domain techniques as well as more contemporary state-variable methods. Computer-aided analysis and design tools bring the whole process up to date. Digital Control Using Digital Signal Processing provides complete coverage of the field, including: * Full, up-to-date coverage of digital controls analysis and design. * The role of DSPs in implementing digital controllers. * Integration of MATLAB(R) and MATRIX(R) and other CAE software packages in analysis and design. * An extensive variety of examples and study problems. Digital Control Using Digital Signal Processing begins with a review of digital control systems and their design. Basic mathematical concepts are presented early, including difference equations, the z-transform and state-variable methods, leading to a thorough treatment of classical compensator design. The fundamentals of digital signal processors are then applied to digital control systems. The latest state-space techniques are covered, including pole placement, state estimation, and optimal linear quadratic regulation. Advanced topics include chaos in nonlinear control systems and fuzzy logic control. Eight appendices provide practical information about useful formulas, software tools, and sample programs. Practicing engineers will find Digital Control Using Digital Signal Processing an invaluable resource, as will upper-division and graduate students. Some background in linear systems theory and linear algebra is required. Familiarity with CAE, MATLAB, and MATRIXx software packages will aid in implementing the analysis and design discussed here. [via]