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Classical Feedback Control With MATLAB and Simulink

Boris J. Lurie and Paul J. Enright, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2012

Reprinted from Classical Feedback Control pp 529-532 by courtesy of CRC Press. Copyright © 2012 CRC Press. These materials may be copied for nonprofit use, so long as they are unaltered and accompanied by this header. If the materials are used for classroom instruction, mention is to be made of the source.

The Feedback Maximization  bibliography is also on-line.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Textbooks

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1  

A Abramovici and J. Chapsky, A Fast-Track Guide for Scientists and Engineers, Kluwer, Academic Publishers, Norwell, MA, 2000.

2  

G. Biernson, Principles of Feedback Control, vols. 1 and 2, John Wiley and Sons, NY, 1988.
The book contains many practical examples of frequency domain design.

3  

H. W. Bode, Network Analysis and Feedback Amplifier Design, Van Nostrand, NY, 1945, or any of numerous later editions.

   

The book establishes frequency-domain theory of feedback maximization in causal single-loop and multi-loop systems, which is of immense importance for both theorists and practical engineers.

   

While concentrating on linear systems, the book develops design methods applicable to practical systems with large parameter uncertainties and with nonlinear actuators, and abstains from discussing those design approaches that have been found nonpractical or inferior. When the reader becomes confused about why the book doesn't follow up some on some apparently attractive idea, why some theory is not further generalized or, conversely, simplified, or even why the employed notations are not what the reader would consider appropriate, he should be advised to suppress the urge to correct the classic and humbly do his homework of finding the reason why Bode did so.

   

He later headed the mathematical and physical development at the Bell Laboratories.

4  

P. A. Crafton, Shock and Vibration in Linear Systems, Harper Brothers, NY, 1961.
One of the best books on using electromechanical analogies.

5  

R. C. Dorf and R. H. Bishop, Modern Control Systems, Menlo Park, CA, 1997.

6  

P. Gernell, Guided Weapon Control Systems, 2nd ed. Pergamon Press, NY, 1980.

7  

I. M. Horowitz, Synthesis of Feedback Systems, Academic Press, NY, 1980.

8  

B. C. Kuo, Automatic Control Systems, 5th ed. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1996.

9  

B. J. Lurie, Feedback Maximization, Artech House, Dedham, MA, 1986.
The book includes analysis of nonlinear feedback systems.

10  

K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, 3rd ed. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1997.

11  

C. E. Rohrs, J. L. Melsa, D. G. Schultz, Linear Control Systems, McGraw-Hill, NY, 1993.

12  

M. J. Sidi, Spacecraft Dynamics and Control, Cambridge University Press, NY, 1997.

13  

M. Vidyasagar, Nonlinear Systems Analysis, 2nd ed. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1993.

Additional bibliography

Classical control history is well reflected in the bibliography to [11]. The bibliographies in [6, 9] cover most topics specific to the present book. Many important papers are collected in [9.128] (reference no. 128 in [9]).

The following is a short list of selected recent publications and patents. Most of them are written by the authors' colleagues at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory or by the authors. Some of these sources contain extensive additional bibliographies.

14  

D. S. Bayard, Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for LTI Representation of Adaptive Systems with Sinusoidal Regressors. Proc. American Control Conference, Albuquerque, NM, June 1997.

15  

D. S. Bayard, An Algorithm for State-Space Frequency Domain Identification Without Windowing Distortions. IEEE Trans. AC, vol. 39, no. 9, 1994.

16  

D. S. Bernstein, Four and a Half Control Experiments and What I Learned From Them: A Personal Journey. Proc. of the American Control Conference, Albuquerque, NM, June 1997.

17  

J. F. O'Brien and B. J. Lurie, Integral Force Feedback for Structural Damping. First International Conference on Adaptive Structures, San Diego, CA, Nov. 1992.

18  

J. F. O'Brien and G. W. Neat, Micro-Precision Interferometer: Pointing Control System. 4th Conference on Control Applications, Albany, NY, Sept. 1995.

19  

P. Brugadolas and B. Kang, Instrument Pointing Control System for the Stellar Interferometer Mission--Planet Quest, paper presented at SPIE, Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation, 2006.

20  

H. K. Bryan, D. Boussalis, and N. Fathpour, SIM Planet Quest Lite Interferometer Guide 2 Telescope Pointing System, 2008, SPIE, vol. 7064.

21  

G.-S. Chen and B. J. Lurie, Bridge Feedback for Active Damping Augmentation. AIAA paper 90-1243, 1989.

22  

G.-S. Chen, C. R. Lawrence, and B. J. Lurie, Active Member Vibration Control Experiment in a KC-135 Reduced Gravity Environment. First US/Japan Conference on Adaptive Structures. Maui, HI, Nov. 1990.

23  

G.-S. Chen and B. J. Lurie, Active Member Bridge Feedback Control for Damping Augmentation. J. Guidance, Control and Dynamics, vol. 15, no. 5, 1992.

24  

B. P. Dolgin, F. T. Hartley, B. J. Lurie, and P. M. Zavracky, Electrostatic Actuation of a Microgravity Accelerometer, 43rd National Symposium of American Vacuum Society, Microelectronical Mechanical Systems Topical Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 14-18 Oct. 1996.

25  

P. J. Enright, F. Y. Hadaegh, and B. J. Lurie, Nonliear Multi-Window Controllers. AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference, San Diego, CA July 1996.

26  

J. L. Fanson, Cheng-Chih Chu, and B. J. Lurie, Damping and Structural Control of the JPL Phase 0 Testbed Structure. J. Intelligent Material Systems and Structures, vol. 2, no. 3, 1991.

27  

J. S. Freudenberg and D. P. Looze, Frequency Domain Properties of Scalar and Multivariable Feedback Systems, Lecture Notes in Control and Information Science, vol. 104. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1987.

28  

R. L. Grogan, G. H. Blackwood, and R. J. Calvet, Optical Delay Line Nanometer Level Pathlength Control Law Design For Space-Based Interferometry, Proc. SPIE, Koha, Hawaii, 1998.

29  

J. J. Hench, B. J. Lurie, R. Grogan, and R. Johnson, Implementation of Nonlinear Control Laws for the RICST Optical Delay Line. IEEE Aerospace Conference, March 2000, Big Sky, MT.

30  

B. H. Kang, D. S. Bayard, and G. Macala, SIM-Planet Interferometer Real-Time Control System Architecture, Proc. SPIE, 6675, 667507-1, 2007.

31  

Y.-H. Lin and B. J. Lurie, Nonlinear Dynamic Compensation for Control System with Digital Sensor. US patent 5,119,003, June 2, 1992.

32  

B. J. Lurie, Three Loop Balanced Bridge Feedback Pointing Control. Proc. of the American Control Conference, Atlanta, GA, 1988.

33  

B. J. Lurie, Global Stability of Balanced Bridge Feedback. ICCON '89, IEEE International Conference on Control and Applications. Jerusalem, April 1989.

34  

B. J. Lurie, Balanced Bridge Feedback Control System. USA Patent 4,912,386, March 27, 1990.

35  

B. J. Lurie, Multiloop Balanced Bridge Feedback in Application to Precision Pointing. Intern. J. Control, 1990, vol. 51, no. 4.

36  

B. J. Lurie, Tunable TID Controller. US Patent 5,371,670, December 6, 1994.

37  

B. J. Lurie, a letter to Bob's Mailbox, Electronic Design, March/4 1996.

38  

B. J. Lurie, Integral Relations for Disturbance Isolation, J. Guidance Control Dynamics, 20(3), 1997.

39  

B. J. Lurie and J. Daegas. An Improved High-Voltage DC Regulator for a Radar andCommunication Transmitter. Proc. 18th Power Modulator Symposium, Hilton-Head, 1988.

40  

B. J. Lurie, J. A. Schier, and M. M. Socha, Torque Sensor Having a Spoked Sensor Element Support Structure. USA Patent 4,932,270, June 12, 1990.

41  

B. J. Lurie, J. L. Fanson, and R. A. Laskin, Active Suspensions for Vibration Isolation. 32nd SDM Conf., Baltimore, MD, April 1991.

42  

B. Lurie, J. O'Brien, S. Sirlin, and J. Fanson, The Dial-a-Strut Controller for Structural Damping. ADPA/AIAA/ASME/SPIE Conference on Active Materials and Adaptive Structures, Alexandria, VA, Nov. 1991.

43  

B. J. Lurie and F. Y. Hadaegh, Applications of Multiwindow Control in Spacecraft Systems, NASA URC Tech. Conf., Albuquerque, NM, Feb. 1997.

44  

B. J. Lurie, A. Ahmed, and F. Y. Hadaegh, Asymptotically Globally Stable Multiwindow Controllers, AIAA Conf. on Guidance, Navigation and Control, New Orleans, LA, Aug. 1997.

45  

B. J. Lurie, A. Ahmed, and F. Y. Hadaegh, Acquisition and Tracking with High-Order Plant and Nonlinear Regulation of Bode Diagram. Control Conference, Pullman, WA, Sept. 1998.

46  

B. J. Lurie, A. Ghavimi, F.Y. Hadaegh, and E. Mettler, System Trades with Bode Step Control Design. AIAA Conf. on Guidance, Navigation and Control, Boston, MA, 1998.

47  

B. J. Lurie, J. J. Hench, A. Ahmed, and F. Y. Hadaegh, Nonlinear Control of the Optical Delay Line Pathlength. AeroSense 99, SPIE Conference, Orlando, FL, April 5-7 1999.

48  

B. J. Lurie, B. Dolgin, and F. Y. Hadaegh, Motor Control with Active Impedance of the Driver. Space 2000, Jan-Feb 2000, Albuquerque, NM.

49  

B. J. Lurie, A. Ghavimi, F. Y. Hadaegh, and E. Mettler, System Architecture Trades Using Bode Step Control Design, J. Guidance Control Dynamics, (6), 2001.

50  

B. J. Lurie, Multimude Synchronized Control for Formation Flying Interferometer, paper presented at AIAA Conference on Guidance, Navigation and Control, Austin, TX, August 2003.

51  

G. A. Macala, Design of the Reaction Wheel Attitude Control System for the Cassini Spacecraft, paper presented at AAS/AIAA Space Flight Mechanics Meeting, San Antonio, TX, January 2002.

52  

J. W. Melody and G. W. Neat. Integrated Modeling Methodology Validation Using the Micro-Precision Interferometer Testbed: Assessment of Closed-Loop Performance Prediction Capability. American Control Conference, Albuquerque, NM, June 1997.

53  

S. Mitter and A. Tannenbaum, The Legacy of George Zames. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, vol. 43, no. 5, 1998.

54  

A. Murray, DSP Motor Control Boosts Efficiency In Home Appliances. Electronic Design, pp. 102-110, May 25, 1998.

55  

G. Neat, J. O'Brien, B. Lurie, A. Garnica, W. Belvin, J. Sulla, and J. Won, Joint Langley Research Center/Jet Propulsion Laboratory CSI Experiment. 15th Annual AAS Guidance and Control Conference, Keystone, CO, Feb. 1992.

56  

G. W. Neat, A. Abramovichi, J. W. Melody, R. J. Calvet, N. M. Nerheim, and J. F. O'Brien, Control Technology Readiness for Spaceborne Optical Interferometer Missions. SMACS 2, Toulouse, France, May 1997.

57  

G. W. Neat, J. W. Melody, and B. J. Lurie, Vibration Attenuation Approach for Spaceborne Optical Interferometers. IEEE Transactions on Control Technology, vol. 6, no. 6, 1998.

58  

Z. Rahman, J. Spanos, and D. Bayard, Multi-Tone Adaptive Vibration Isolation of Engineering Structures. 36th AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics and Material Conference, New Orleans, LA, April 1995.

59  

J. Shields, B. Metz, R. Bartos, A. Morfopoulos, C. Bergh, J. Keim, D. Scharf, and A. Ahmed, Design, Modeling and Control of a Pointing Sensor for the Formation Control Testbed (FCT), AIAA, 2005.

60  

J. T. Spanos and M. C. O'Neal, Nanometer Level Optical Control of the JPL Phase B Testbed. ADPA/AIAA/ASME/SPIE Conference on Active Materials and Adaptive Structures, 1992.

61  

J. Spanos, Z. Rahman, and A. von Flotov, Active Vibration Isolation on Experimental Flexible Structure. Smart Structures and Intelligent Systems, SPIE Proc. 1917-60, Albuquerque, NM, 1993.

62  

J. Spanos and Z. Rahman, Narrow-Band Control Experiments in Active Vibration Isolation. Vibration Monitoring and Control, SPIE Proc. 2264-01, San Diego, CA, July 1994.

63  

A. Talwar, Noise and Distortion Reduction in Amplifiers Using Adaptive Cancellation. Microwave Journal, August 1997.

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