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H2 Optimal Control 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0134897820
ISBN-10: 013489782X
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This presents a state-of-the-art view of H2 optimal control theory and the various design methods associated with it. It deals with the most general H2 optimal control problem, a crucial component of multivariable control theory; investigates thoroughly every aspect of the H2 optimal control problem; and emphasizes the control engeineer's point of view throughout--i.e., identifies and solves issues and problems that a control engineer faces in arriving at a practically acceptable design. For practicing engineers in industry, and can be used in graduate courses in the departments of aeronautics, astronautics, applied mathematics, chemical engineering, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering.

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