Functional Analysis and Control Theory: Linear Systems by S. RolewiczFunctional Analysis and Control Theory: Linear Systems by S. Rolewicz

Functional Analysis and Control Theory: Linear Systems

byS. Rolewicz

Hardcover | October 31, 1987

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Title:Functional Analysis and Control Theory: Linear SystemsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:539 pagesPublished:October 31, 1987Publisher:Springer Netherlands

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ISBN - 10:9027721866

ISBN - 13:9789027721860

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Table of Contents

1. Metric spaces.- 2. Linear spaces and normed spaces.- 3. Continuous linear operators in Banach spaces.- 4. Weak topologies.- 5. Optimization and observability of linear systems.- 6. Systems governed by ordinary differential equations.- 7. Systems with distributed parameters.- 8. Differential and integral equations in Banach spaces.- Appendix. Necessary and sufficient condition for weak duality.- Author index.- List of symbols.