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Introduction to dynamic systems : theory, models, and applications

Author: David G Luenberger
Publisher: New York : Wiley, ©1979.
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"The objective of the book, simply stated, is to help one develop the ability to analyze real dynamic phenomena and dynamic systems. This objective is pursued through the presentation of three important aspects of dynamic systems: (1) the theory, which explores properties of mathematical representations of dynamic systems, (2) example models, which demonstrate how concrete situations can be translated into  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Luenberger, David G., 1937-
Introduction to dynamic systems.
New York : Wiley, ©1979
(OCoLC)558012807
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David G Luenberger
ISBN: 0471025941 9780471025948
OCLC Number: 4195122
Description: xiv, 446 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Difference and differential equations --
Linear algebra --
Linear state equations --
Linear systems with constant coefficients --
Positive linear systems --
Markov chains --
Concepts of control --
Analysis of nonlinear systems --
Some important dynamic systems --
Optimal control --
References --
Index.
Other Titles: Dynamic systems.
Responsibility: David G. Luenberger.
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"The objective of the book, simply stated, is to help one develop the ability to analyze real dynamic phenomena and dynamic systems. This objective is pursued through the presentation of three important aspects of dynamic systems: (1) the theory, which explores properties of mathematical representations of dynamic systems, (2) example models, which demonstrate how concrete situations can be translated into appropriate mathematical representations, and (3) applications, which illustrate the kinds of questions that might be posed in a given situation, and how theory can help resolve these questions. Although the highest priority is, appropriately, given to the orderly presentation of the theory, significant samples of all three of these essential ingredients are contained in the book."--Preface.

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