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 Summary
 One of the main goals of optimal control theory is to provide a theoretical basis for choosing an appropriate controller for whatever system is under consideration by the researcher or engineer. Two popular norms that have proved useful are known as H2 and H  infinity control. The first has been particularly applicable to problems arising in the aerospace industry. However, most industrial problems are badly modeled and the second norm proved to be more appropriate when the actual conditions of the problem did not conform to the stipulated conditions of the theory. This book takes the topic of Hinfinity control as a point of departure and pursues an improved controller design which has been suggested in the mainstream of robust control. Its main theme, minimum entropy control, provides a means of trading off some of the features of other control problems. The book is aimed at research workers in networking systems as well as those in operator theory and linear multivariable control. The use of stochastic methods makes the book also of importance to the circuits and systems community. CONTENTS: Preface • Introduction • Preliminaries • Induced Operator Norms • DiscreteTime Entropy • Connections With Related Optimal Control Problems • Minimum Entropy Control • ContinuousTime Entropy • A. Proof of Theorem • B. Proof of Theorem • Bibliography • Notation • Index
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Edition
 1st ed. 1997.
 Extent
 1 online resource (X, 189 p.)
 Note
 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
 Contents

 1 Introduction
 1.1 Optimal control problems
 1.2 Minimum entropy control
 1.3 The maximum entropy principle
 1.4 Extensions to timevarying systems
 1.5 Organization of the book
 2 Preliminaries
 2.1 Discretetime timevarying systems
 2.2 Statespace realizations
 2.3 Timereverse systems
 3 Induced Operator Norms
 3.1 Characterizations of the induced norm
 3.2 Timevarying hybrid systems
 3.3 Computational issues
 4 DiscreteTime Entropy
 4.1 Entropy of a discretetime timevarying system
 4.2 Properties
 4.3 Entropy and information theory
 4.4 Entropy of an anticausal system
 4.5 Entropy and the Wtransform
 4.6 Entropy of a nonlinear system
 5 Connections With Related Optimal Control Problems
 5.1 Relationship with H?control
 5.2 Relationship with H2 control
 5.3 Average cost functions
 5.4 Timevarying risksensitive control
 5.5 Problems defined on a finite horizon
 6 Minimum Entropy Control
 6.1 Problem statement
 6.2 Basic results
 6.3 Full information
 6.4 Full control
 6.5 Disturbance feedforward
 6.6 Output estimation
 6.7 Output feedback
 6.8 Stability concepts
 7 ContinuousTime Entropy
 7.1 Classes of systems considered
 7.2 Entropy of a continuoustime timevarying system
 7.3 Properties
 7.4 Connections with related optimal control problems
 7.5 Minimum entropy control
 A Proof of Theorem 6.5
 B Proof of Theorem 7.21
 Notation
 Isbn
 9781461219828
 Label
 Minimum Entropy Control for TimeVarying Systems
 Title
 Minimum Entropy Control for TimeVarying Systems
 Statement of responsibility
 by Marc A. Peters, Pablo Iglesias
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Summary
 One of the main goals of optimal control theory is to provide a theoretical basis for choosing an appropriate controller for whatever system is under consideration by the researcher or engineer. Two popular norms that have proved useful are known as H2 and H  infinity control. The first has been particularly applicable to problems arising in the aerospace industry. However, most industrial problems are badly modeled and the second norm proved to be more appropriate when the actual conditions of the problem did not conform to the stipulated conditions of the theory. This book takes the topic of Hinfinity control as a point of departure and pursues an improved controller design which has been suggested in the mainstream of robust control. Its main theme, minimum entropy control, provides a means of trading off some of the features of other control problems. The book is aimed at research workers in networking systems as well as those in operator theory and linear multivariable control. The use of stochastic methods makes the book also of importance to the circuits and systems community. CONTENTS: Preface • Introduction • Preliminaries • Induced Operator Norms • DiscreteTime Entropy • Connections With Related Optimal Control Problems • Minimum Entropy Control • ContinuousTime Entropy • A. Proof of Theorem • B. Proof of Theorem • Bibliography • Notation • Index
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 Iglesias, Pablo.
 Series statement
 Systems & Control: Foundations & Applications,
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 Thermodynamics
 Mathematics
 Thermodynamics
 Mathematics, general
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 Minimum Entropy Control for TimeVarying Systems, by Marc A. Peters, Pablo Iglesias, (electronic resource)
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 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
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 mixed
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 Contents
 1 Introduction  1.1 Optimal control problems  1.2 Minimum entropy control  1.3 The maximum entropy principle  1.4 Extensions to timevarying systems  1.5 Organization of the book  2 Preliminaries  2.1 Discretetime timevarying systems  2.2 Statespace realizations  2.3 Timereverse systems  3 Induced Operator Norms  3.1 Characterizations of the induced norm  3.2 Timevarying hybrid systems  3.3 Computational issues  4 DiscreteTime Entropy  4.1 Entropy of a discretetime timevarying system  4.2 Properties  4.3 Entropy and information theory  4.4 Entropy of an anticausal system  4.5 Entropy and the Wtransform  4.6 Entropy of a nonlinear system  5 Connections With Related Optimal Control Problems  5.1 Relationship with H?control  5.2 Relationship with H2 control  5.3 Average cost functions  5.4 Timevarying risksensitive control  5.5 Problems defined on a finite horizon  6 Minimum Entropy Control  6.1 Problem statement  6.2 Basic results  6.3 Full information  6.4 Full control  6.5 Disturbance feedforward  6.6 Output estimation  6.7 Output feedback  6.8 Stability concepts  7 ContinuousTime Entropy  7.1 Classes of systems considered  7.2 Entropy of a continuoustime timevarying system  7.3 Properties  7.4 Connections with related optimal control problems  7.5 Minimum entropy control  A Proof of Theorem 6.5  B Proof of Theorem 7.21  Notation
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 1st ed. 1997.
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 Minimum Entropy Control for TimeVarying Systems, by Marc A. Peters, Pablo Iglesias, (electronic resource)
 Note
 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
 Antecedent source
 mixed
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Color
 not applicable
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

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 Contents
 1 Introduction  1.1 Optimal control problems  1.2 Minimum entropy control  1.3 The maximum entropy principle  1.4 Extensions to timevarying systems  1.5 Organization of the book  2 Preliminaries  2.1 Discretetime timevarying systems  2.2 Statespace realizations  2.3 Timereverse systems  3 Induced Operator Norms  3.1 Characterizations of the induced norm  3.2 Timevarying hybrid systems  3.3 Computational issues  4 DiscreteTime Entropy  4.1 Entropy of a discretetime timevarying system  4.2 Properties  4.3 Entropy and information theory  4.4 Entropy of an anticausal system  4.5 Entropy and the Wtransform  4.6 Entropy of a nonlinear system  5 Connections With Related Optimal Control Problems  5.1 Relationship with H?control  5.2 Relationship with H2 control  5.3 Average cost functions  5.4 Timevarying risksensitive control  5.5 Problems defined on a finite horizon  6 Minimum Entropy Control  6.1 Problem statement  6.2 Basic results  6.3 Full information  6.4 Full control  6.5 Disturbance feedforward  6.6 Output estimation  6.7 Output feedback  6.8 Stability concepts  7 ContinuousTime Entropy  7.1 Classes of systems considered  7.2 Entropy of a continuoustime timevarying system  7.3 Properties  7.4 Connections with related optimal control problems  7.5 Minimum entropy control  A Proof of Theorem 6.5  B Proof of Theorem 7.21  Notation
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Edition
 1st ed. 1997.
 Extent
 1 online resource (X, 189 p.)
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
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 Isbn
 9781461219828
 Level of compression
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 Media category
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