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Modeling, Identification and Simulation of Dynamical Systems

Modeling, Identification and Simulation of Dynamical Systems (Hardback)

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This book gives an in-depth introduction to the areas of modeling, identification, simulation, and optimization. These scientific topics play an increasingly dominant part in many engineering areas such as electrotechnology, mechanical engineering, aerospace, and physics. This book represents a unique and concise treatment of the mutual interactions among these topics. Techniques for solving general nonlinear optimization problems as they arise in identification and many synthesis and design methods are detailed. The main points in deriving mathematical models via prior knowledge concerning the physics describing a system are emphasized. Several chapters discuss the identification of black-box models. Simulation is introduced as a numerical tool for calculating time responses of almost any mathematical model. The last chapter covers optimization, a generally applicable tool for formulating and solving many engineering problems.

Computing & ITComputer programming / software developmentSoftware EngineeringComputing & ITComputer scienceSystems analysis & designComputing & ITGraphical & digital media applications3D graphics & modellingReference & ResearchLibrary & information sciencesInformation theoryCybernetics & systems theoryReference & ResearchResearch & information: general Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc Publication Date: 15/07/1994 ISBN-13: 9780849391811  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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