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M.A. Dahleh and I. Diaz-Bobillo. “Control of Uncertain Systems: A Linear Programming Approach,”Prentice-Hall, 1995.

In tackling the problem of robust controller design from a unique perspective, this volume brings together three branches of mathematics: operator theory, optimization theory, and algebraic theory of rational matrix functions. Together, these techniques enable readers to capture the fundamental limitations of design in a quantitative way, and provide computable methods for analysis and synthesis […]

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N. Elia, and M. A. Dahleh. “Computational Methods for Controller Design”, Lecture notes in Information Sciences Series, Springer Ver-Lag, 1998

The monograph is concerned with computational methods for controller design that allow several typical performance specifications to be directly imposed on a system. The general approach proposed, is applicable to a large class of problems; it is based on posing multi-objective control problems as convex infinite dimensional optimization problems. Particularly interesting and useful are the […]

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M.A. Dahleh, M. Dahleh, and G. Verghese. “Lectures on Dynamic Systems and Control”.Check On-line Notes.

This book is in progress. However, lecture notes are available at our MIT OpenCourseWare website. Online notes: Lectures on Dynamic Systems and Control

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M. A. Dahleh, “11 Robust Control: Theory, Computation and Design.” Control Handbook, CRC Press, pp.27-44, 1995

This is the biggest, most comprehensive, and most prestigious compilation of articles on control systems imaginable. Every aspect of control is expertly covered, from the mathematical foundations to applications in robot and manipulator control. Never before has such a massive amount of authoritative, detailed, accurate, and well-organized information been available in a single volume. Absolutely […]

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