systems analysis and synthesis

Systems Analysis And Synthesis
Author: Barry Dwyer
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
Release Date: 2016-03-23
Pages: 512
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Systems Analysis and Synthesis: Bridging Computer Science and Information Technology presents several new graph-theoretical methods that relate system design to core computer science concepts, and enable correct systems to be synthesized from specifications. Based on material refined in the author’s university courses, the book has immediate applicability for working system engineers or recent graduates who understand computer technology, but have the unfamiliar task of applying their knowledge to a real business problem. Starting with a comparison of synthesis and analysis, the book explains the fundamental building blocks of systems-atoms and events-and takes a graph-theoretical approach to database design to encourage a well-designed schema. The author explains how database systems work-useful both when working with a commercial database management system and when hand-crafting data structures-and how events control the way data flows through a system. Later chapters deal with system dynamics and modelling, rule-based systems, user psychology, and project management, to round out readers’ ability to understand and solve business problems. Bridges computer science theory with practical business problems to lead readers from requirements to a working system without error or backtracking Explains use-definition analysis to derive process graphs and avoid large-scale designs that don’t quite work Demonstrates functional dependency graphs to allow databases to be designed without painful iteration Includes chapters on system dynamics and modeling, rule-based systems, user psychology, and project management

Dynamic Systems Control
Author: Robert E. Skelton
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
Release Date: 1988-02-08
Pages: 504
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This text deals with matrix methods for handling, reducing, and analyzing data from a dynamic system, and covers techniques for the design of feedback controllers for those systems which can be perfectly modeled. Unlike other texts at this level, this book also provides techniques for the design of feedback controllers for those systems which cannot be perfectly modeled. In addition, presentation draws attention to the iterative nature of the control design process, and introduces model reduction and concepts of equivalent models, topics not generally covered at this level. Chapters cover mathematical preliminaries, models of dynamic systems, properties of state space realizations, controllability and observability, equivalent realizations and model reduction, stability, optimal control of time-variant systems, state estimation, and model error concepts and compensation. Extensive appendixes cover the requisite mathematics.

Sampled Data Control Systems
Author: Jürgen Ackermann
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Pages: 596
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The first German edition of this book appeared in 1972, and in Polish translation in 1976. It covered the analysis and synthesis of sampled-data systems. The second German edition of 1983 ex tended the scope to design, in particular design for robustness of control system properties with respect to uncertainty of plant parameters. This book is a revised translation of the second Ger man edition. The revisions concern primarily a new treatment of the finite effect sequences and the use of nice numerical proper ties of Hessenberg forms. The introduction describes examples of sampled-data systems, in particular digital controllers, and analyzes the sampler and hold; also some design aspects are introduced. Chapter 2 reviews the modelling and analysis of continuous systems. Pole shifting is formulated as an affine mapping, here some n~w material on fixing some eigenvalues or some gains in a design step is included. Chapter 3 treats the analysis of sampled-data systems by state space and z-transform methods. This includes sections on inter sampling behavior, time-delay systems, absolute stability and non synchronous sampling. Chapter 4 treats controllability and reach ability of discrete-time systems, controllability regions for con strained inputs and the choice of the sampling interval primarily under controllability aspects. Chapter 5 deals with observability and constructability both from the discrete and continuous plant output. Full and reduced order observers are treated as well as disturbance observers.

Systems Analysis And Synthesis Applied Quantitatively To Create An Instructional System  By Leonard C  Silvern
Author: Leonard Charles Silvern
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Pages: 131
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Network Analysis   Synthesis  Including Linear System Analysis
Author: C. L. Wadhwa
Publisher: New Age International
Release Date: 2007-01-01
Pages: 904
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This Book Has Been Designed As A Basic Text For Undergraduate Students Of Electrical, Electronics And Communication And Computer Engineering. In A Systematic And Friendly Manner, The Book Explains Not Only The Fundamental Concepts Like Circuit Elements, Kirchhoff S Laws, Network Equations And Resonance, But Also The Relatively Advanced Topics Like State Variable Analysis, Modern Filters, Active Rc Filters And Sensitivity Considerations.Salient Features * Basic Circuit Elements, Time And Periodic Signals And Different Types Of Systems Defined And Explained. * Network Reduction Techniques And Source Transformation Discussed. * Network Theorems Explained Using Typical Examples. * Solution Of Networks Using Graph Theory Discussed. * Analysis Of First Order, Second Order Circuits And A Perfect Transform Using Differential Equations Discussed. * Theory And Application Of Fourier And Laplace Transforms Discussed In Detail. * Interconnections Of Two-Port Networks And Their Performance In Terms Of Their Poles And Zeros Emphasised. * Both Foster And Cauer Forms Of Realisation Explained In Network Synthesis. * Classical And Modern Filter Theory Explained. * Z-Transform For Discrete Systems Explained. * Analogous Systems And Spice Discussed. * Numerous Solved Examples And Practice Problems For A Thorough Graph Of The Subject. * A Huge Question Bank Of Multiple Choice Questions With Answers Exhaustively Covering The Topics Discussed.With All These Features, The Book Would Be Extremely Useful Not Only For Undergraduate Engineering Students But Also For Amie And Gate Candidates And Practising Engineers.

Feedback Control System Analysis And Synthesis
Author: John Joachim D'Azzo
Publisher:
Release Date: 1960
Pages: 580
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Dynamic Systems Control  Linear Systems Analysis And Synthesis
Author: Robert E. Skelton
Publisher:
Release Date: 1999
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Network Analysis And Synthesis
Author: Brian D. O. Anderson
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Release Date: 2013-01-30
Pages: 560
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This comprehensive look at linear network analysis and synthesis explores state-space synthesis as well as analysis, employing modern systems theory to unite classical concepts of network theory. 1973 edition.

Analysis And Synthesis Of Computer Systems
Author: Erol Gelenbe
Publisher: World Scientific
Release Date: 2010
Pages: 324
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Analysis and Synthesis of Computer Systems presents a broad overview of methods that are used to evaluate the performance of computer systems and networks, manufacturing systems, and interconnected services systems. Aside from a highly readable style that rigorously addresses all subjects, this second edition includes new chapters on numerical methods for queueing models and on G-networks, the latter being a new area of queuing theory that one of the authors has pioneered. This book will have a broad appeal to students, practitioners and researchers in several different areas, including practicing computer engineers as well as computer science and engineering students.

Analysis And Synthesis Of Single Input Single Output Control Systems
Author: Lino Guzzella
Publisher: vdf Hochschulverlag AG
Release Date: 2011
Pages: 376
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Analysis And Synthesis Of Sampled Data Control Systems
Author: Benjamin C. Kuo
Publisher:
Release Date: 1963
Pages: 528
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Meteor Burst Communication Systems
Author: Anthony E. Spezio
Publisher:
Release Date: 1978
Pages: 37
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Nonlinear System Analysis And Synthesis
Author: Stanford University. Stanford Electronics Laboratories. Systems Theory Laboratory
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Release Date: 1963
Pages: 146
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Analysis And Synthesis Of Linear Control Systems
Author: Chi-Tsong Chen
Publisher:
Release Date: 1975
Pages: 340
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Nonlinear System Analysis And Synthesis  Techniques And Applications
Author: J. Karl Hedrick
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Release Date: 1978
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Analysis And Synthesis Of Chemical Process Systems
Author: K. Hartmann
Publisher: Elsevier
Release Date: 2016-10-06
Pages: 234
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The methods used by chemists and chemical engineers for the conception, design and operation of chemical process systems have undergone significant changes in the last 10 years. The most important of modern computer-aided techniques are process analysis and process system synthesis, both of which are closely related. The first part of the book presents the principles of model building, simulation and model application. On the basis of an appropriate set of hierarchical levels of chemical systems, the general strategy of analysis by deterministic and statistical methods is treated. The second part deals with process system synthesis beginning with reaction path analysis. One of the major features of this part are new methods for the synthesis of reactor networks, separation sequences, heat-exchanger systems and entire chemical process systems by a combined procedure of heuristic rules and fuzzy set algorithms. This procedure, which is known as knowledge engineering, is an efficient combination of human creativity and theoretically based knowledge. This book, which is illustrated by examples, should prove extremely useful as a text for a senior/graduate course for students of chemistry and chemical engineering and will also be invaluable for chemists and chemical engineers in research and industry, and specialists dealing with the analysis and synthesis of process systems.

Systems Analysis And Design For Safety
Author: David B. Brown
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Release Date: 1976
Pages: 399
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Systems analysis and synthesis; Hazard analysis and cost effectiveness; Logical analysis; Probabilistic reliability considerations; Fault-tree analysis; Statistical analysis; Safety information system desing; Allocation of the safety budget; Case study: budget allocation applied to traffic safety; The right to be unsafe.

Analysis And Synthesis Of Delta Operator Systems
Author: Hongjiu Yang
Publisher: Springer
Release Date: 2012-04-23
Pages: 276
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This book is devoted to analysis and design on delta operator systems. When sampling is fast, a dynamical system will become difficult to control, which can be seen in wide real world applications. Delta operator approach is very effective to deal with fast sampling systems. Moreover, it is easy to observe and analyze the control effect with different sampling periods in delta operator systems. The framework of this book has been carefully constructed for delta operator systems to handle sliding mode control, time delays, filter design, finite frequency and networked control. These problems indeed are especially important and significant in automation and control systems design. Through the clear framework of the book, readers can easily go through the learning process on delta operator systems via a precise and comfortable learning sequence. Following this enjoyable trail, readers will come out knowing how to use delta operator approach to deal with control problems under fast sampling case. This book should be a good reference for academies, post-graduates scientists and engineers working in the field of control science and control engineering.

Analysis And Synthesis Of Dynamical Systems With Time Delays
Author: Yuanqing Xia
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2009-09-07
Pages: 284
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Time-delay occurs in many dynamical systems such as biological systems, chemical systems, metallurgical processing systems, nuclear reactor, long transmission lines in pneumatic, hydraulic systems and electrical networks. Especially, in recent years, time-delay which exists in networked control s- temshasbroughtmorecomplexproblemintoanewresearcharea.Frequently, itisasourceofthegenerationofoscillation,instabilityandpoorperformance. Considerable e?ort has been applied to di?erent aspects of linear time-delay systems during recent years. Because the introduction of the delay factor renders the system analysis more complicated, in addition to the di?culties caused by the perturbation or uncertainties, in the control of time-delay s- tems, the problems of robust stability and robust stabilization are of great importance. This book presents some basic theories of stability and stabilization of systems with time-delay, which are related to the main results in this book. More attention will be paid on synthesis of systems with time-delay. That is, sliding mode control of systems with time-delay; networked control systems with time-delay; networked data fusion with random delay.

System Synthesis
Author: Jeffrey O. Grady
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date: 2010-05-17
Pages: 574
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Unlike most engineers, system engineers focus on the knowledge base needed to develop good systems in a cross-functional fashion rather than deeply on isolated topics. They are often said to be a mile wide and an inch deep in what they do know. System Synthesis: Product and Process Design provides insight into complex problems, focusing on the boun