Dynamical Systems, Control, Coding, Computer Vision: New Trends, Interfaces, and Interplay (Progress in Systems and Control Theory, V. 25)
Giorgio Picci, David S. GilliamISBN: 3764360607;
This volume contains expanded versions of talks delivered by leading experts at the Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems Symposium (MTNS 98) in Padova, Italy, in July 1998. It is a valuable reference for anyone with an interest in the analysis anddesign of engineering systems. Systems, control, and network theory have permeated the development of much of present-day technology. The impact has been visible in the past fifty years through the dramatic expansion and achievements of the aerospaceand avionics industry, through applications to process control and factory automation, robotics, communication signals analysis and synthesis, and, more recently, even finance, to name just the most visible applications. The theory has developed from theearly phase of its history when the basic tools were elementary complex analysis, Laplace transform, and linear differential equations, to the present day, where the mathematics ranges widely from functional analysis, PDEs, abstract...
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