Trends in marine control systems

  title={Trends in marine control systems},
  author={G. N. Roberts},
  journal={Annual Reviews in Control},
Sperry and Minorski are names synonymous with the development of the first steering autopilots and it is well known that their pioneering work and seminal publications led to the introduction of the three-term or proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller for automatic ship steering. Despite the efforts and enthusiasm of numerous researchers, from all areas of control engineering, to persuade industry to adopt more sophisticated controller designs, PID controllers remain the industry… CONTINUE READING
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