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Main Design of Embedded Robust Control Systems Using MATLAB®/Simulink®

Design of Embedded Robust Control Systems Using MATLAB®/Simulink®

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This book explores the implementation of MATLAB(R) and Simulink(R) in the development of embedded robust control systems. Robust control theory allows for changes in a system whilst maintaining stability and performance. Applications of this technique are very important for dependable embedded systems, making technologies such as drones and other autonomous systems with sophisticated embedded controllers and systems relatively common-place.

Three extended case studies are developed in depth: embedded control of a tank physical model; robust control of a miniature helicopter; and robust control of two-wheeled robots. These are taken from the area of motion control but the book may be also used by designers in other areas.

Some knowledge of linear control theory is assumed and experience of C programming is desirable but to make the book accessible to engineers new to the field and to students, the authors avoid complicated mathematical proofs and overwhelming computer architecture technical details. All programs used in the examples and case studies will be freely downloadable to help with the assimilation of the book contents.

This book is essential reading for engineers, developers, designers, industrial practitioners, scientists, and researchers in Control, Automation, Robotics, Mechatronics, Mechanical Engineering, Computing, and Electronics (with a focus on robust control systems and the design, modelling and implementation of embedded systems).
Institution of Engineering & Technology
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Control, Robotics and Sensors Series 113
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