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Cover Emelyanov S.V. Selected Proceedings (to the 85th Anniversary): AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS WITH VARIABLE STRUCTURE. SYSTEM DESIGN OF AUTOMATION MEANS. BINARY SYSTEMS. NEW FEEDBACK TYPES
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39.9 EUR

Selected Proceedings (to the 85th Anniversary): AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS WITH VARIABLE STRUCTURE. SYSTEM DESIGN OF AUTOMATION MEANS. BINARY SYSTEMS. NEW FEEDBACK TYPES

URSS. 512 pp. (English). Hardcover. ISBN 978-5-396-00566-2.

 Summary

This publication contains selected works of an outstanding scientist, academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Stanislav Vasilyevich Emelyanov and gives a fairly complete impression of his work on control theory, mathematical systems theory and other related issues.

The publication includes works on the fundamental problems of the theory of feedback, which implement new trends in the theory and practice of automatic control. It presents in compact form the main principles of variable structure systems and binary automatic control systems, the theory of new feedback types. A special section is devoted to the problems of integrated automation, building automation hardware systems that are based on modern methods of control, design and operation of local automation.


 Contents

Biography: Milestones

I AutomaticControl Systems with Variable Structure

Уыртр 1. Introduction
 1.1.Automatic Control Problems
 1.2.Notion of Variable Structure
 1.3.Some Traits of Phase Spaces of Linear Dynamic Systems. Design Principles of VSSs
 1.4.Variable Structure Systems: An Overview
Уыртр 2. Controlof linear plants with fixed parameters
 2.1.Applying VSS Principles for Stabilization under Limited Information on System's State
 2.2.Applying VSS Principles for Automatic Control Systems Design under Bounded Gains in Controller Channels
 2.3.Modes in Variable Structure Systems
 2.4.Applying VSS Principles for Satisfying System Coordinates Constraints
 2.5.Forced Motions in VSSs
Уыртр 3. Controlof linear plants with variable parameters
 3.1.VSS Synthesis for Controlling Free Motion with Variable Parameters
Уыртр 4. VSSsfor controlling nonlinear plants
 4.1.On Specifics of Linear Controllers for Nonlinear Plants
 4.2.Control Synthesis in the Class of VSSs
Уыртр 5. VSSmethods for data acquisition
 5.1.Differentiator Design
 5.2.Variable Structure Filter as an Equivalent of Speedup Element
 5.3.Domain Extension for Sliding Mode

II Systemdesign of automation means

Уыртр 6. Designingthe structure and technical requirements to the complex of automation means based on VSCS
 6.1.The Procedure of Defining Objectives for Control Systems Design. The Structure of Technical Complex for the Lower Functional Level in Industrial Control Systems
 6.2.Analysis of Existing Industrial Automation Methods
 6.3.Design Principles for the Complex of Automation Means Based on VSCS
Уыртр 7. Universalunified variable structure system for industrial control
 7.1.Purposes and General Characteristics of the System
 7.2.Information Modules
 7.3.Data Processing Modules
 7.4.Actuating Modules
 7.5.Special Modules
 7.6.Technology and Design

III Binarysystems

Уыртр 8. Binaryautomatic control systems: definitions, design principles, block diagrams
 8.1.Key Notions and Definitions
  8.1.1.Block diagrams of control systems in classical control theory
  8.1.2.Block diagrams of adaptive control systems
  8.1.3.Notion of signal operator and binarity principle
  8.1.4.Generalized elements of binary dynamic systems
  8.1.5.New types of feedback couplings
 8.2.Control Principles and Control Problem under Uncertainties
  8.2.1.Using three control principles for solving control problems
  8.2.2.On control methods for uncertain dynamic systems
 8.3.Generalized Block Diagrams of Binary Automatic Control Systems
  8.3.1.The approach to binary automatic control systems design
  8.3.2.Binary automatic control systems with coordinate-operator feedback
  8.3.3.Binary automatic control systems with coordinate-operator feedback and operator feedback
  8.3.4.Binary automatic control systems with coordinate-operator feedback, operator feedback and operator-coordinate feedback

IV Newfeedback types

Preface
Уыртр 9. Theoryof new feedback types: general postulates
 9.1.Introductory Remarks
 9.2.Basic Notions
  9.2.1.Signal operator
  9.2.2.Types of dynamic plants
  9.2.3.Binary operation
  9.2.4.Types of controllers
  9.2.5.New feedback types
 9.3.Structural Synthesis of Binary Systems
  9.3.1.Stabilization problem
  9.3.2.Nonlinear feedback as a tool of uncertainties suppression
  9.3.3.Filtering problems
Уыртр 10. Theory of coordinate-operator feedback
 10.1.Stabilization of Second-order Plants with Unknown Parameters and External Disturbances
  10.1.1.The scalar transform principle and plant's equation in error space
  10.1.2.Several remarks on problem statement and its generalization
  10.1.3.The coordinate-operator phase space
 10.2.CO-algorithms of Stabilization
  10.2.1.Direct compensation
  10.2.2.Asymptotic estimation or indirect measurement of O-disturbance
  10.2.3.Compensation of wave O-disturbance
  10.2.4.Relay CO-stabilization
  10.2.5.Robustness remark for relay CO-feedback systems
  10.2.6.Linear CO-algorithms of stabilization
  10.2.7.Relay-integral CO-algorithm of stabilization
Уыртр 11. High-order sliding modes
 11.1.Some Background on Sliding Mode Theory
  11.1.1.Sliding equations
  11.1.2.On sliding equation invariance with respect to disturbances meeting the matching condition
  11.1.3.Real sliding equations
  11.1.4.Remark on sliding order
 11.2.Second-order Sliding Algorithms
  11.2.1.Asymptotic second-order sliding algorithms
  11.2.2.Discontinuous asymptotic second-order sliding algorithms
  11.2.3.Finite second-order sliding algorithms: Linear feedback
  11.2.4.Finite second-order sliding algorithms: Relay feedback
  11.2.5.Twisting algorithm
 11.3.Finite Output Stabilization
Уыртр 12. Theoryof operator feedback
 12.1.On the Purposes of Operator Feedback
 12.2.Motion Equations in the Coordinate-operator Space
 12.3.Static Operator Feedback
  12.3.1.Static operator feedback and static coordinate-operator feedback
  12.3.2.Static operator feedback and dynamic coordinate-operator feedback
  12.3.3.Inertial coordinate-operator feedback
  12.3.4.Inertial-relay coordinate-operator feedback
  12.3.5.Inertial-relay coordinate-operator feedback under unknown control parameter
  12.3.6.Integral-relay coordinate-operator feedback
Уыртр 13. Theory of operator-coordinate feedback
 13.1.Dynamic Statism and Operator-coordinate Feedback
 13.2.Motion Equations for Operator-coordinate Plant
 13.3.Static OC-controller
 13.4.Integral OC-controller
 13.5.Basic Properties and Features of Binary Stabilization Systems with Different Feedback Types
 13.6.Discontinuous OC-feedback
  13.6.1.Integral-relay OC-controller
  13.6.2.Second-order sliding modes in OC-loop
Уыртр 14. Constraints, physical foundations ofcompensation and forced motion stabilizationin binary systems
 14.1.Constraints of Operator Variable
 14.2.On Global Behavior of Binary Systems
 14.3.Physical Foundations of Uncertainty Compensation
 14.4.On Compensation of Coordinate Disturbance
Уыртр 15. Signaldifferentiation
 15.1.Statement of Differentiation Problem
  15.1.1.Filtering
  15.1.2.RC-chain
  15.1.3.Discrete-difference approximations
 15.2.Tracking Differentiators
  15.2.1.Linear differentiator
  15.2.2.Relay differentiator
  15.2.3.Variable structure differentiator
 15.3.Asymptotic Binary Tracking Differentiator
 15.4.Finite Binary Differentiator
 15.5.Nonstandard Differentiators
  15.5.1.Differentiator with "small" discontinuity amplitude
  15.5.2.Nonstandard binary differentiator
  15.5.3.Discrete simulation results for nonstandard binary differentiator
Уыртр 16. Suboptimalstabilization ofuncertain plants
 16.1.Statement of Optimal Stabilization Problem
 16.2.Optimal Stabilization Problem under Uncertainties: An Example
 16.3.Optimal Stabilization "in the Mean"
 16.4.Minimax Optimal Stabilization
 16.5.Stabilization Based on a Reference Model and Deep Error Feedback
 16.6.Stabilization by Binary Control Methods
  16.6.1.Variable structure system
  16.6.2.Binary stabilization with integral CO-feedback
  16.6.3.Stabilization by second-order sliding mode
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