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by Zoran R. Novakovic

eBook The Principle of Self-Support in Control Systems (Studies in Automation and Control, Vol 8) epub
  • ISBN: 0444894500
  • Author: Zoran R. Novakovic
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd (June 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 268 pages
  • ePUB size: 1270 kb
  • FB2 size 1880 kb
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Start by marking The Principle of Self-Support in Control Systems as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. by Zoran R. Novakovic. This book introduces a new and radically different conceptual framework for the consideration of control problems and cybernetics in general. It is intended not only to provide answers but to pose new questions as well.

Studies in Automation and Control, Vol . Format Hardback 268 pages.

Studies in Automation and Control, Vol 8. English. A comprehensive methodology is introduced in the book for the solution of control problems in a way that is both mathematically clear and simple to implement.

This book introduces a new and radically different conceptual framework for the consideration of control problems and cybernetics in general

This book introduces a new and radically different conceptual framework for the consideration of control problems and cybernetics in general.

The control signal is thus in some way self-supported. 1988 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. This overcomes the problem of most existing control methodologies which first evaluate a model of the robot dynamics and then incorporate elements of that model in a control law. This increases computational complexity. cle{Novakovic1991ThePO, title {The principle of self-support in robot control synthesis}, author {Zoran R. Novakovic}, journal {IEEE Trans. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics}, year {1991}, volume {21}, pages {206-220} }. Zoran R. NovakoviC, The principle of self-support

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The fields of systems, control and information processing are closely related to th.

The fields of systems, control and information processing are closely related to the. 2 science of cybernetics. Cybernetics attempts to understand the behavior of the system in nature. Degree programme in Automation Engineering Course descriptions of the courses for exchange students, 2014-2015 Autumn 7630 Application Programming Students know the basis of systems application. A Study of Speed Control of PMDC Motor Using Auto-tuning of PID Controller through LabVIEW Priyanka Rajput and Dr. Tripathi Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Ajay Kumar Garg.

Chapters contribute to diverse facets of automation and control. The volume is organized in four parts according to the main subjects, regarding the recent advances in this field of engineering.

Computer simulation is not possible at this stage because of lack of data. Small model systems are used for these purposes. One of them is called growth chamber and is used for cultivation of plants in a closed environment. Possibility of automation of such a facility is considered. It is necessary to increase the accuracy of measurements and to reduce the impact of human factors on the course of the experiment.

This book introduces a new and radically different conceptual framework for the consideration of control problems and cybernetics in general. It is intended not only to provide answers but to pose new questions as well. A comprehensive methodology is introduced in the book for the solution of control problems in a way that is both mathematically clear and simple to implement. The basic idea used in obtaining these features is a kind of autonomy which has been given to the control's "self", formulated in the Principle of self-support(PSS). In many cases variable "control" can no longer be considered as a "master" of a control system. The book demonstrates how it is now possible to create the simplest control algorithm that represents a universal law, namely the fundamental formula. A number of practical algorithms, based on that formula are presented. Thus opening up to the reader a large field of possible variations and creative innovations. PSS is intended as a key link in obtaining simple ways of achieving a more unified view of diversified areas of modern science. Guiding researchers to rely upon the self-supporting nature of each variable and system.
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