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Automation for Robotics / Luc Jaulin.

By: Jaulin, Luc, 1967- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Control, systems and industrial engineering series: Publisher: London, UK : Hoboken, NJ : ISTE Ltd ; John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2015Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781119081395; 1119081394; 9781119081326; 1119081327; 9781119081425; 1119081424.Subject(s): Automatic control | Robotics | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Engineering (General) | Automatic control | Robotics | Robotics -- Technology and innovations | Robotics | RobotsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Automation for RoboticsDDC classification: 629.892 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; I.1. State representation; I.2. Exercises; I.3. Solutions; 1: Modeling; 1.1. Linear systems; 1.2. Mechanical systems; 1.3. Servomotors; 1.4. Exercises; 1.5. Solutions; 2: Simulation; 2.1. Concept of vector field; 2.2. Graphical representation; 2.2.1. Patterns; 2.2.2. Rotation matrix; 2.2.3. Homogeneous coordinates; 2.3. Simulation; 2.3.1. Euler's method; 2.3.2. Runge-Kutta method; 2.3.3. Taylor's method; 2.4. Exercises; 2.5. Solutions; 3: Linear Systems; 3.1. Stability; 3.2. Laplace transform; 3.2.1. Laplace variable
3.2.2. Transfer function3.2.3. Laplace transform; 3.2.4. Input-output relation; 3.3. Relationship between state and transfer representations; 3.4. Exercises; 3.5. Solutions; 4: Linear Control; 4.1. Controllability and observability; 4.2. State feedback control; 4.3. Output feedback control; 4.4. Summary; 4.5. Exercises; 4.6. Solutions; 5: Linearized Control; 5.1. Linearization; 5.1.1. Linearization of a function; 5.1.2. Linearization of a dynamic system; 5.1.3. Linearization around an operating point; 5.2. Stabilization of a nonlinear system; 5.3. Exercises; 5.4. Solutions; Bibliography
Summary: A discipline that is in full development, propelled by the rise of autonomous mobile robotics - notably drones - automation has the objective of designing controls capable of working within an existing dynamic system (automobile, airplane, economic system, etc.). The resulting controlled system is thus constructed by looping a physical system activated and equipped with sensors using smart electronics. While the initial system only obeyed the laws of physics, the evolution of the looped system also obeyed an IT program embedded in the control electronics. In order to enable a better understa.
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; I.1. State representation; I.2. Exercises; I.3. Solutions; 1: Modeling; 1.1. Linear systems; 1.2. Mechanical systems; 1.3. Servomotors; 1.4. Exercises; 1.5. Solutions; 2: Simulation; 2.1. Concept of vector field; 2.2. Graphical representation; 2.2.1. Patterns; 2.2.2. Rotation matrix; 2.2.3. Homogeneous coordinates; 2.3. Simulation; 2.3.1. Euler's method; 2.3.2. Runge-Kutta method; 2.3.3. Taylor's method; 2.4. Exercises; 2.5. Solutions; 3: Linear Systems; 3.1. Stability; 3.2. Laplace transform; 3.2.1. Laplace variable

3.2.2. Transfer function3.2.3. Laplace transform; 3.2.4. Input-output relation; 3.3. Relationship between state and transfer representations; 3.4. Exercises; 3.5. Solutions; 4: Linear Control; 4.1. Controllability and observability; 4.2. State feedback control; 4.3. Output feedback control; 4.4. Summary; 4.5. Exercises; 4.6. Solutions; 5: Linearized Control; 5.1. Linearization; 5.1.1. Linearization of a function; 5.1.2. Linearization of a dynamic system; 5.1.3. Linearization around an operating point; 5.2. Stabilization of a nonlinear system; 5.3. Exercises; 5.4. Solutions; Bibliography

A discipline that is in full development, propelled by the rise of autonomous mobile robotics - notably drones - automation has the objective of designing controls capable of working within an existing dynamic system (automobile, airplane, economic system, etc.). The resulting controlled system is thus constructed by looping a physical system activated and equipped with sensors using smart electronics. While the initial system only obeyed the laws of physics, the evolution of the looped system also obeyed an IT program embedded in the control electronics. In order to enable a better understa.

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