𝗣𝗗𝗙 | On Jan 1, , D. L. Elliott and others published Nonlinear Control Systems II, Alberto Isidori, Springer, London, Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 42(7) Nonlinear Control Systems—Alberto Isidori, 3rd ed. Finally, in “Reduced Order Modeling of Nonlinear Control Systems”, A.J. Krener .. Alberto Isidori, born in Rapallo (Italy) in , obtained his Laurea degree in.
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The author considers the latest research results and techniques in this updated and extended edition. David L. The two appendices outline the most important concepts of differential geometry and present some specific data not often found in other standard works. Front Matter Pages i-xv. This established and authoritative text focuses on the design and analysis of nonlinear control systems. Flockerzi, Berkhauser , pp.
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Your password has been changed. He graduated in electrical engineering from the University of Rome in In he obtained a degree equivalent to a doctorate in automatic control from the University of Rome.
Since , he has also held a position of rofessor on a half-time basis at the Department of Systems Science and Mathematics, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.
He has held visiting positions at several academic institutions, including the University of Illinois Urbana, Il. His research interests are primarily focused on mathematical control theory and control engineering.
In , Alberto Isidori initiated a research program aimed at the extension of so-called "geometric theory" of multivariable linear systems, pioneered in the early s by various authors,to linear systems. Linear algebra and linear geometric methods were replaced in nonlinear systems by the methods of differential geometry, whose usefulness in the study of controllability, observability, and minimality of nonlinear systems had been demonstrated in the early 70s. The main intuition of Isidori was to use differential geometric methods in the synthesis of feedback laws for nonlinear systems, more or less in the same way as linear geometric methods were used in the synthesis of feedback laws for linear systems.
The result of this seminal work was the development of systematic methods addressing outstanding design problems like feedback linearization, noninteracting control, disturbance decoupling, and model matching. Taking as a point of departure the "geometric" interpretation of this notion, the concept of nonlinear zero dynamics was introduced, studied, and applied.
As a result, it was shown that most of the features of the notion of zeros of the transfer function of a linear system are actually manifestations of more general principles. Remarkable examples of application of this theory consisted in the study and the solution of the nonlinear equivalent of the so-called "servomechanism problem" of linear system theory and in the characterization of the conditions for feedback equivalence to a nonlinear passive system.
Since the 90s, Isidori has focused his research interests on problems of disturbance attenuation and robust stabilization of nonlinear systems. Topics in Control Theory , with W.
Knobloch and D. Flockerzi, Berkhauser , pp. Byrnes and F. Delli Priscoli, Birkhauser , pp. I have observed its use in the hands of two teachers other than the author; the students enjoyed it and made good use of it later. There is no universal solvent for nonlinear control problems, but the methods presented here are powerful.