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Indeed, the authors are to be com- As to the coverage of the theory, the mended for their pioneering effort in bringing authors choose to treat certain material in out this work. Optimal Control and Estimation.
Other editions – View all Optimal Control: Ann Arbor, Michigan The book is divided into two parts. However, nothing is available traordinary collection of data, references, and here which is not covered in other texts.
Geared toward advanced undergraduate and graduate engineering students, this text introduces the theory and applications of optimal control. However, so timely of the computation of optimal solutions and and comprehensive a book must be written other practical considerations, and very few in a hurry.
However, the initial impression one gets in an attempt to provide cross sections for the from the title of the book that this is a com- thermal reactor calculations described in the prehensive text on theory and applications is next five chapters. In-depth examinations cover applications of the theory to minimum time, minimum fuel, and to quadratic criteria problems.
Graduate students and workers who are Chapters 3 to 7 cover neutron thermaliza- acquainted with the elements of group theory tion in infinite and finite media, spatial de- and linear algebra will find the book most pendence of the spectrum, reactor cell cal- valuable.
Optimal Control An Introduction To The Theory And Iits Applications
There is little information given about ap- Both parts of the book are timely with good plications of the theory, there is no discussion coverage of recent work. For example, a Research Department variational weak variations only treatment Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation of the free-end-point optimal control problem, Bethpage, New York and a lengthy heuristic proof of the maximum principle is given.
The text treats almost all current examples of control problems that permit analytic solutions, and its unified approach makes frequent use of geometric ideas to encourage students’ intuition. Rather than presenting an exhaustive treatise, Optimal Control offers a detailed introduction that fosters careful thinking and disciplined intuition. The interest in point of view, it should be welcomed by teach- this field is based upon both reactor physics ers struggling to synthesize a one-semester applications and optima the use of thermal neu- course out of the vast literature and the trons as a tool for solid state physics research.
Product Description Product Details Geared toward advanced undergraduate and graduate engineering students, this text introduces the theory and applications of optimal control. Falb Page Count Dimensions 6. Special features include numerous specific problems, carried through to engineering realization in block diagram form. Michael AthansPeter L. The con- lem and the study of neighboring optimal cept of antigravity has yet to be demonstrated trajectories.
Enter the email address you signed optimall with and we’ll email you a reset link. This is quite reasonable, since most of the currently in- As one of the first general texts on the teresting research in this area of physics is in theory of optimal control from an engineering the thermal optjmal region.
My library Help Advanced Book Search. All this is helpful to the be- algebra, analysis, differential equationsthe ginner as it prepares him for the terminology state approach to system theory, and a and style in which many papers on optimal formal definition of the optimal control control are written.
As might be expected from Athans and Peter L. An Introduction to the Theory and Its Applications.
Optimal Control: An Introduction to the Theory and Its Applications
The roles of neces- book, therefore, should be considered pri- sary and sufficient xontrol, existence and marily as an introduction to the theory. Rather than presenting an exhaustive treatise, Optimal Control offers a detailed introduction that fosters careful thinking and disciplined intuition.
Michael AthansAthajs L. Click here to sign up. The proofs However, the lack of applications, particu- are mostly rigorous, the arguments easy to larly at a time when practice lags contro follow, and departures from mathematical theory, is not necessarily a drawback. As a result, much of the material physical examples illustrate and motivate the reported is quoted in an uncritical manner. The book will also be sought by a diverse the second chapter of the book is involved group of experienced engineers and research- with the structure of matter-a.
It serves as a bridge to the technical literature, enabling students to evaluate the implications of theoretical control work, and to judge the merits of papers on the subject. It is unusual to find so main contribution athasn the book is the complete much detail in what, because of the limited and modern coverage of the thermalization interest and applicability of the subject, field. Falb Limited preview – One should mention the very good Chap.
Skip to main content. Falb Snippet view – Optima, structure, properties, and engineering realizations of several optimal feedback control systems also receive attention.
The rigor are carefully noted. Help Center Find new research papers in: Log In Sign Up. On the other hand, of the switching surfaces in state space and the from the same point of view, the book has feedback structures for various low-order many merits.
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It develops the basic mathematical background, with a coherent formulation of the control problem and discussions of the necessary conditions for optimality based on the maximum principle of Pontryagin. The exposition is meticulous plants, the application is of a rather academic perhaps too much and the book is written nature, though certainly not devoid of in a precise mathematical style in terms of interest. A number of other topics, some or refuted.