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Optimal Adaptive Control and Differential Games by Reinforcement Learning Principles (Control Engine...
29 June 2013

Optimal Adaptive Control and Differential Games by Reinforcement Learning Principles (Control Engine...
Optimal Adaptive Control and Differential Games by Reinforcement Learning Principles (Control Engineering) by Draguna Vrabie, Kyriakos G. Vamvoudakis
English | 2012 | ISBN: 1849194890 | ISBN-13: 9781849194891 | 400 pages | PDF | 20,6 MB


Adaptive controllers and optimal controllers are two distinct methods for the design of automatic control systems. Adaptive controllers learn online in real time how to control systems but do not yield optimal performance, whereas optimal controllers must be designed offline using full knowledge of the systems dynamics.

Feedback Control For Computer Systems
31 October 2013

Feedback Control For Computer Systems
Feedback Control For Computer Systems
O’Reilly Media (September 2013) | ISBN: 1449361692 | PDF + EPUB | 336 pages | 23.6 MB


How can you take advantage of feedback control for enterprise programming? With this book, author Philipp K. Janert demonstrates how the same principles that govern cruise control in your car also apply to data center management and other enterprise systems. Through case studies and hands-on simulations, you’ll learn methods to solve several control issues, including mechanisms to spin up more servers automatically when web traffic spikes.
Goyal Vikram, Pro Java ME MMAPI: Mobile Media API for Java Micro Edition
25 May 2013


Goyal Vikram, Pro Java ME MMAPI: Mobile Media API for Java Micro Edition

Goyal Vikram, Pro Java ME MMAPI: Mobile Media API for Java Micro Edition
ISBN: 1590596390 | edition 2006 | PDF | 286 pages | 10 mb
Computer-Aided Control Systems Design: Practical Applications Using MATLAB® and Simulink®
20 August 2013

Computer-Aided Control Systems Design: Practical Applications Using MATLAB® and Simulink®

Cheng Siong Chin, "Computer-Aided Control Systems Design: Practical Applications Using MATLAB® and Simulink®"
English | ISBN: 1466568518 | 2013 | 384 pages | PDF | 17 MB

Computer-Aided Control Systems Design: Practical Applications Using MATLAB® and Simulink® supplies a solid foundation in applied control to help you bridge the gap between control theory and its real-world applications. Working from basic principles, the book delves into control systems design through the practical examples of the ALSTOM gasifier system in power stations and underwater robotic vehicles in the marine industry. It also shows how powerful software such as MATLAB® and Simulink® can aid in control systems design.
Principles of Communications Networks and Systems
5 February 2012

Principles of Communications Networks and Systems

Principles of Communications Networks and Systems

2011 | 810 | ISBN: 0470744316 | PDF | 7 Mb

Addressing the fundamental technologies and theories associated with designing complex communications systems and networks, Principles of Communications Networks and Systems provides models and analytical methods for evaluating their performance. Including both the physical layer (digital transmission and modulation) and networking topics, the quality of service concepts belonging to the different layers of the protocol stack are interrelated to form a comprehensive picture....
Principles of Information Systems
25 June 2011

Principles of Information Systems

Principles of Information Systems by Ralph Stair and George Reynolds

C urse Te hnology | 2009 | ISBN: 0324665288, 0324781415 | 704 pages | PDF | 23 MB

Intended for the Introduction to MIS course. It is the first course for an MIS major and is often required for business students. The approximate enrollments are over 100,000 units per academic year.
Distributed Systems: Principles and Paradigms, 2nd Edition
19 August 2010

Distributed Systems: Principles and Paradigms, 2nd Edition
Distributed Systems: Principles and Paradigms, 2nd Edition
Publisher: Prentice Hall | 2006 | PDF | 704 pages | ISBN: 0132392275 | 8.4Mb

Virtually every computing system today is part of a distributed system. Programmers, developers, and engineers need to understand the underlying principles and paradigms as well as the real-world application of those principles. Now, internationally renowned expert Andrew S. Tanenbaum – with colleague Martin van Steen – presents a complete introduction that identifies the seven key principles of distributed systems, with extensive examples of each.

Mechanical Design Handbook, Second Edition: Measurement, Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems
15 March 2012

Mechanical Design Handbook, Second Edition: Measurement, Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems

Harold Rothbart, Thomas Brown, "Mechanical Design Handbook, Second Edition: Measurement, Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems"
English | 2006-04-01 | ISBN: 0071466363 | 1178 pages | PDF | 25.2 mb

Totally redesigned to meet today's mechanical design challenges, this classic handbook provides a practical overview of the complex principles and data associated with the design and control of dynamic mechanical systems.
- New Chapters on continuous control systems, digital control systems, and optical systems
- Covers power transmission and control subsystems
Principles of Information Systems ( PDF )
12 August 2013

Principles of Information Systems ( PDF )
Ralph Stair and George Reynolds, "Principles of Information Systems
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English | 2009 | ISBN: 0324665288, 0324781415 | 704 pages | PDF | 23,1 MB
Systems of Systems Engineering: Principles and Applications by Mo Jamshidi
22 February 2013

Systems of Systems Engineering: Principles and Applications by Mo Jamshidi

Systems of Systems Engineering: Principles and Applications
by Mo Jamshidi

English | 2008 | ISBN: 1420065882 | 480 pages | PDF | 11.63 MB

As technology presses forward, scientific projects are becoming increasingly complex. The international space station, for example, includes over 100 major components, carried aloft during 88 spaces flights which were organized by over 16 nations. The need for improved system integration between the elements of an overall larger technological system has sparked further development of systems of systems (SoS) as a solution for achieving interoperability and superior coordination between heterogeneous systems.
A Pioneering Look at the Future of Systems Integration