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Customer Book Reviews This is a well-constructed controls text. This book does a good job at presenting control solutions for a rich class of systems.
I specifically enjoyed learning about sliding control and on-line parameter estimation for adaptive contol. At times the book is difficult to follow for it frequently refers to specific equations and theorems of previous sections, but that is unavoidable considering the nature of the topic. It is easy to read and well written. For those students without a really deep mathematical background who are required or elect to take a course on nonlinear controls this is a decent starting point.
This is a little less general and much more readable. However, be advised that there are misunderstandings in the book concerning sliding mode control, and the section on spacecraft attitude control has been used and abused over many years. Nothing wrong with the latter material however, it has just been "rediscovered" many times. There are also a number of mathematical mistakes in the book. Nevertheless the book is very readable and the section on Lyapunov functions is an excellent introduction.
Practical approach to non-linear control By Kindle Customer on Aug 22, This is a good entry point for learning non-linear control. It is at the advanced undergraduate level, and does not require an advanced background. As an applied textbook, it provides tools for analyzing non-linear system. For a more rigourous theoretical development of non-linear control theory, try Nonlinear Control Design by Marino and Patrizio.
When a colleague comes into my office and asks for an introduction to nonlinear control, I invariably send them off with this book. Slotine minimizes a lot of that dense math and, in my opinion, focuses on the important concepts of nonlinear control without getting bogged down. A researcher in nonlinear controls will have to get additional resources to really dig in to a particular field.
But I believe this was his purpose! In this sense, the book is the unique. It is very readable and easy to understand. The authors are lazy and do not have a website for typos, corrections. Hence, instead of 5 stars I am giving 4 stars. I absolutely love this book. By Mike Hotto on Feb 26, I absolutely love this book, it is both interesting to read and easy to understand. The authors do a fantastic job conveying abstract concepts; I highly recommend this book for anyone studying nonlinear controls.
Good and useful By Ray on Jan 22, Cause my adviser is going to have this class in our school, I have to buy it and show up, but I found it useful after a few days. THE book to start learning about nonlinear control By Szymon on Nov 07, It offers a clear and gradual explanation, covering a large body of knowledge, most of which will be necessary to understand current publications on the subject.
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