Linear State-Space Control Systems

@inproceedings{Williams2007LinearSC,
  title={Linear State-Space Control Systems},
  author={Robert L. Williams and Douglas A. Lawrence},
  year={2007}
}
Preface. Chapter 1. Introduction. Chapter 2. State-Space Fundamentals. Chapter 3. Controllability. Chapter 4. Observability. Chapter 5. Minimal Realizations. Chapter 6. Stability. Chapter 7. Design of Linear State Feedback Control Laws. Chapter 8. Observers and Observer-Based Compensators. Chapter 9. Introduction To Optimal Control. References. Appendix A. Matrix Introduction. Appendix B. Linear Algebra. Appendix C. Continuing MATLAB Example m-File. References. Index. 

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