This study of the nonlinear output regulation problem embraces local as well as global cases, covering such aspects as controller design and practical implementation issues.
From the reviews:
"The authors treat the problem of output regulation for a nonlinear control system...[they] develop a global approach to output regulation along familiar lines....I found the book to be ambitious and rigorous, tackling some hard conceptual issues." --IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATIC CONTROL
Publisher: Birkhauser Boston Inc
Number of pages: 172
Weight: 980 g
Dimensions: 235 x 156 x 12 mm
Edition: 2006 ed.
"The book is one of the first systematic studies on the nonlinear output regulating problem that embraces both the local and global solvability analysis, covering such aspects as solvability conditions, controller design, and practical implementation issues...In addition to being an excellent reference for the uniform output regulation problem, the book has a tutorial value on convergent systems. The work will be of interest to control engineers to control engineers, theorists, and students, and may be used as a textbook for a graduate course on nonlinear control." -Zentralblatt MATH
"In this book...the authors treat the problem of output regulation for a nonlinear control system...The authors' starting point is that the three fundamental issues that need to be addressed are regularity of solutions to the closed-loop system, uniform convergence of solutions (initialized in an appropriate set) and asymptotic output zeroing. The use of italics for these three properties are those of the authors. This is not only reasonable, but smart...Beginning with their own formulation of these basic ideas, which is a nontrivial undertaking, the authors develop a global approach to output regulation along familiar lines...I found the book to be ambitious and rigorous, tackling some hard conceptual issues in a distinguishable way that the authors have made their own." -IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
"In summary, the book is well-written and presents a fresh perspective to the problem of output regulation. The book is not intended to be a general treatment on nonlinear output regulation but rather aims to present a different and original way of approaching the problem by means of the convergence tool. In this respect the book is a valuable addition to the theory of nonlinear output regulation and definitely recommended to researchers working in this field...In many parts of the book it is clear the intention of the authors to fill the gap between theory and practice, by providing practical design guidelines and by addressing implementation issues. In this respect the text is definitely recommended not only to academic researchers but also to industrial engineers working in the field of nonlinear control design." -Intl. J. Robust and Nonlinear Control
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