Estimation Problems In Hybrid Systems by David D. SworderEstimation Problems In Hybrid Systems by David D. Sworder

Estimation Problems In Hybrid Systems

byDavid D. Sworder, John E. Boyd

Paperback | March 9, 2006

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Recent developments in sensor and processor sophistication have created a need for effective estimation and control algorithms for hybrid, nonlinear systems. This volume presents a highly effective, flexible family of estimation algorithms that can be used in estimating or controlling a wide variety of nonlinear plants. Several applications are studied, including tracking a maneuvering aircraft, automatic target recognition, and the decoding of signals transmitted across a wireless communications link. The authors begin by setting out the necessary theoretical background. They then develop a practical, finite-dimensional approximation to an optimal estimator. Throughout the chapters they illustrate theoretical results by simulation of control and estimation in real-world hybrid systems, drawn from a variety of engineering fields. The book will be of great interest to graduate students and researchers in electrical and computer engineering. It will also be a useful reference for practicing engineers involved in the design of estimation, tracking or wireless communications systems.
Title:Estimation Problems In Hybrid SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:296 pages, 9.61 × 6.69 × 0.63 inPublished:March 9, 2006Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521024528

ISBN - 13:9780521024525

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Table of Contents

List of illustrations; 1. Hybrid estimation; 2. The polymorphic estimator (PME); 3. Situation assessment; 4. Image-enhanced target tracking; 5. Hybrid plants with base-state discontinuities; 6. Mode-dependent observations; 7. Control of hybrid systems; 8. Target recognition and prediction; 9. Hybrid estimation using measure changes; Appendices; Bibliography; Index; Glossary.