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−  Welcome to {{SITENAME}}. This is the wiki for the Second Edition of text ''Feedback Systems'' by Karl J. {{Astrom}} and Richard M. Murray.  +  Welcome to {{SITENAME}}. This is the wiki for the Second Edition of text ''Feedback Systems'' by Karl J. {{Astrom}} and Richard M. Murray. 
−  +  This book provides an introduction to the basic principles and tools for the design and analysis of feedback systems. It is intended to serve a diverse audience of scientists and engineers who are interested in understanding and utilizing feedback in physical, biological, information and social systems. A major goal of this book is to present a concise and insightful view of the current knowledge in feedback and control systems. In developing this book, we have attempted to condense the current knowledge by emphasizing fundamental concepts. We believe that it is important to understand why feedback is useful, to know the language and basic mathematics of control and to grasp the key paradigms that have been developed over the past half century. It is also important to be able to solve simple feedback problems using backoftheenvelope techniques, to recognize fundamental limitations and difficult control problems and to have a feel for available design methods.  
−  Copyright in this book is held by Princeton University Press, who have kindly agreed to allow us to keep the book available on the web.  +  This page corresponds to the Second Edition of FBS. The [[First Editionfirst edition]] is also available. Copyright in this book is held by Princeton University Press, who have kindly agreed to allow us to keep the book available on the web. 
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−  * {{FBS pdfPreface and Contentsfbsfrontmatter  +  * {{FBS pdfPreface and Contentsfbsfrontmatter24Jul2020}} 
−  * Chapter 1  {{FBS pdfIntroductionfbsintro  +  * Chapter 1  {{FBS pdfIntroductionfbsintro24Jul2020}} 
** What Is Feedback?  ** What Is Feedback?  
** What is Feedforward?  ** What is Feedforward?  
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** Control System Architectures  ** Control System Architectures  
−  * Chapter 2  {{FBS pdfFeedback Principlesfbsprinciples  +  * Chapter 2  {{FBS pdfFeedback Principlesfbsprinciples24Jul2020}} 
−  **  +  ** Nonlinear Static Models 
+  ** Linear Dynamical Models  
** Using Feedback to Improve Disturbance Attenuation  ** Using Feedback to Improve Disturbance Attenuation  
−  ** Using Feedback to  +  ** Using Feedback to Track Reference Signals 
** Using Feedback to Provide Robustness  ** Using Feedback to Provide Robustness  
−  **  +  ** Positive Feedback 
** Feedback and Feedforward  ** Feedback and Feedforward  
−  * Chapter 3  {{FBS pdfSystem Modelingfbsmodeling  +  * Chapter 3  {{FBS pdfSystem Modelingfbsmodeling24Jul2020}} 
** Modeling Concepts  ** Modeling Concepts  
** State Space Models  ** State Space Models  
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** Modeling Examples  ** Modeling Examples  
−  * Chapter 4  {{FBS pdfExamplesfbsexamples  +  * Chapter 4  {{FBS pdfExamplesfbsexamples24Jul2020}} 
** Cruise Control  ** Cruise Control  
** Bicycle Dynamics  ** Bicycle Dynamics  
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** Population Dynamics  ** Population Dynamics  
−  * Chapter 5  {{FBS pdfDynamic Behaviorfbsdynamics  +  * Chapter 5  {{FBS pdfDynamic Behaviorfbsdynamics24Jul2020}} 
** Solving Differential Equations  ** Solving Differential Equations  
** Qualitative Analysis  ** Qualitative Analysis  
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** Parametric and Nonlocal Behavior  ** Parametric and Nonlocal Behavior  
−  * Chapter 6  {{FBS pdfLinear Systemsfbslinsys  +  * Chapter 6  {{FBS pdfLinear Systemsfbslinsys24Jul2020}} 
** Basic Definitions  ** Basic Definitions  
** The Matrix Exponential  ** The Matrix Exponential  
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** Linearization  ** Linearization  
−  * Chapter 7  {{FBS pdfState Feedbackfbsstatefbk  +  * Chapter 7  {{FBS pdfState Feedbackfbsstatefbk24Jul2020}} 
** Reachability  ** Reachability  
** Stabilization by State Feedback  ** Stabilization by State Feedback  
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** Integral Action  ** Integral Action  
−  +  * Chapter 8  {{FBS pdfOutput Feedbackfbsoutputfbk24Jul2020}}  
−  * Chapter 8  {{FBS pdfOutput Feedbackfbsoutputfbk  +  
** Observability  ** Observability  
** State Estimation  ** State Estimation  
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** A General Controller Structure  ** A General Controller Structure  
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** Frequency Domain Modeling  ** Frequency Domain Modeling  
** Derivation of the Transfer Function  ** Derivation of the Transfer Function  
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** Laplace Transforms  ** Laplace Transforms  
−  * Chapter 10  {{FBS pdfFrequency Domain Analysisfbsloopanal  +  * Chapter 10  {{FBS pdfFrequency Domain Analysisfbsloopanal24Jul2020}} 
** The Loop Transfer Function  ** The Loop Transfer Function  
** The Nyquist Criterion  ** The Nyquist Criterion  
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** Generalized Notions of Gain and Phase  ** Generalized Notions of Gain and Phase  
−  * Chapter 11  {{FBS pdfPID Controlfbspid  +  * Chapter 11  {{FBS pdfPID Controlfbspid17Aug2019}} 
−  **  +  ** Basic Control Functions 
−  **  +  ** Simple Controllers for Complex Systems 
−  **  +  ** PID Tuning 
−  **  +  ** Integrator Windup 
−  **  +  ** Implementation 
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+  * Chapter 12  {{FBS pdfFrequency Domain Designfbsloopsyn24Jul2020}}  
+  ** Sensitivity Functions  
+  ** Feedforward Design  
+  ** Performance Specifications  
+  ** Feedforward Design  
+  ** Feedback Design via Loop Shaping  
+  ** The RootLocus Method  
+  ** Design Example  
−  * Chapter  +  * Chapter 13  {{FBS pdfRobust Performancefbsrobperf24Jul2020}} 
−  **  +  ** Modeling Uncertainty 
−  **  +  ** Stability in the Presence of Uncertainty 
−  **  +  ** Performance in the Presence of Uncertainty 
−  **  +  ** Design for Robust Performance 
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−  * Chapter  +  * Chapter 14  {{FBS pdfFundamental Limitsfbslimits24Jul2020}} 
−  **  +  ** Effects of Design Decisions 
−  **  +  ** Nonlinear Effects 
−  **  +  ** Bode’s Integral Formula 
−  **  +  ** Gain Crossover Frequency Inequality 
−  **  +  ** The Maximum Modulus Principle 
+  ** Robust Pole Placement  
−  * Chapter  +  * Chapter 15  {{FBS pdfArchitecture and System Designfbsarchitecture24Jul2020}} 
+  ** Introduction  
+  ** Systems and Control Design  
+  ** TopDown Architectures  
+  ** BottomUp Architectures  
+  ** Interaction  
+  ** Adaptation, Learning and Cognition  
+  ** Control Design in Common Application Fields  
−  * {{FBS pdfBibliography and Indexfbsbackmatter  +  * {{FBS pdfBibliography and Indexfbsbackmatter24Jul2020}} 
+  <br>  
+  <hr>  
+  Other versions  
+  * {{FBS pdfComplete bookfbspublic24Jul2020}}  single PDF file (35 MB)  
+  * iPad version (not yet available)  reduced margins  
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Latest revision as of 05:57, 25 July 2020
Feedback Systems: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers 
Karl J. Åström and Richard M. Murray 
Welcome to FBSwiki. This is the wiki for the Second Edition of text Feedback Systems by Karl J. Åström and Richard M. Murray.
This book provides an introduction to the basic principles and tools for the design and analysis of feedback systems. It is intended to serve a diverse audience of scientists and engineers who are interested in understanding and utilizing feedback in physical, biological, information and social systems. A major goal of this book is to present a concise and insightful view of the current knowledge in feedback and control systems. In developing this book, we have attempted to condense the current knowledge by emphasizing fundamental concepts. We believe that it is important to understand why feedback is useful, to know the language and basic mathematics of control and to grasp the key paradigms that have been developed over the past half century. It is also important to be able to solve simple feedback problems using backoftheenvelope techniques, to recognize fundamental limitations and difficult control problems and to have a feel for available design methods.
This page corresponds to the Second Edition of FBS. The first edition is also available. Copyright in this book is held by Princeton University Press, who have kindly agreed to allow us to keep the book available on the web.
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