The aim of the IFAC Conference Control Systems Design was to bring together researchers and practitioners dealing with new theoretical and applied Control Engineering Areas, to report on current theoretical developments as well as applications in a variety of practical problems. The Conference addressed a wide interdisciplinary range of topics (Linear and Non-linear Control, Adaptive and Self-Tuning Control, Robust Control, Discrete Event Dynamic Systems Control, Predictive Control, Intelligent Control and Manufacturing). A large number of scientists and researchers in leading research institutions and universities from more than 25 countries participated in the Conference, and 110 papers were presented; papers were organised within one plenary, six regular, two invited and four poster sessions covering the following fields: -Linear and Non-linear Control Systems Design -Predictive Control Systems Design -Discrete Event Dynamic Systems Design -Robust Control Systems Design -Control Systems Design Applications A Round Table Discussion with the title "Quo Vadis, Control Systems Design?" allowed the attendees to join a broad discussion regarding the acceptance of new control methods in individual countries. The IFAC Conference Control Systems Design 2000 had a high professional level and has contributed to outlining the directions for further development of advanced control methods and their practice.
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Descrizione libro Pergamon, 2000. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0080435467