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A Course in H-infinity Control Theory

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A Course in H-infinity Control Theory
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 0387170693
ISBN-13: 9780387170695
Number of pages: 166

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This book gives an elementary treatment of linear control theory with an H-infinity optimality criterion. The systems are all linear, timeinvariant, and finite-dimensional and they operate in continuous time. The book has been used in a one-semester graduate course.

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