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Revision as of 01:33, 10 November 2014
This page contains information regarding the Second Edition of Feedback Systems, which is scheduled for release in 2015.
WARNING: These notes are in draft form and may contain errors, typos, missing references and other temporary issues. Permission is granted to download and print a copy for individual use, but this material may not be reproduced, in whole or in part, without written consent from the author.

 22 Jun 2014: initial posting of second edition materials
Contents
 Chapter 1  Introduction (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 What Is Feedback?
 What Is Control?
 Feedback Properties
 Simple Forms of Feedback
 Combining Feedback with Logic
 Control System Architectures
 Chapter 2  System Modeling (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 Modeling Concepts
 State Space Models
 Modeling Methodology
 Modeling Examples
 Chapter 3  Feedback Principles (PDF, 01 Sep 2014)
 Mathematical Models
 Using Feedback to Improve Disturbance Attenuation
 Using Feedback to Follow Command Signals
 Using Feedback to Provide Robustness
 Using Feedback to Shape Behavior
 Feedback and Feedforward
 Chapter 4  Dynamic Behavior (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 Solving Differential Equations
 Qualitative Analysis
 Stability
 Lyapunov Stability Analysis
 Parametric and Nonlocal Behavior
 Chapter 5  Linear Systems (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 Basic Definitions
 The Matrix Exponential
 Input/Output Response
 Linearization
 Chapter 6  State Feedback (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 Reachability
 Stabilization by State Feedback
 State Feedback Design
 Integral Action
 Chapter 7  Output Feedback (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 Observability
 State Estimation
 Control Using Estimated State
 Kalman Filtering
 A General Controller Structure

 Chapter 8  Transfer Functions (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 Frequency Domain Modeling
 Derivation of the Transfer Function
 Block Diagrams and Transfer Functions
 The Bode Plot
 Laplace Transforms
 Chapter 9  Frequency Domain Analysis (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 The Loop Transfer Function
 The Nyquist Criterion
 Stability Margins
 Bode’s Relations and Minimum Phase Systems
 Generalized Notions of Gain and Phase
 Chapter 10  PID Control (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 Basic Control Functions
 Simple Controllers for Complex Systems
 PID Tuning
 Integrator Windup
 Implementation
 Chapter 11  Frequency Domain Design (PDF, 07 Nov 2014)
 Sensitivity Functions
 Feedforward Design
 Performance Specifications
 Feedback Design via Loop Shaping
 The RootLocus Method
 Fundamental Limitations
 Design Example
 Chapter 12  Robust Performance (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 Modeling Uncertainty
 Stability in the Presence of Uncertainty
 Performance in the Presence of Uncertainty
 Robust Pole Placement
 Design for Robust Performance
 Appendix A  Examples (PDF, 22 Jun 2014)
 Cruise Control
 Bicycle Dynamics
 Operational Amplifier Circuits
 Computing Systems and Networks
 Atomic Force Microscopy
 Drug Administration
 Population Dynamics
