This edited monograph contains research contributions on a wide range of topics such as stochastic control systems, adaptive control, sliding mode control and parameter identification methods. The book also covers applications of robust and adaptice control to chemical and biotechnological systems. This collection of papers commemorates the 70th birthday of Dr. Alexander S. Poznyak.
Dr. Alexander S. Poznyak graduated from Moscow Physical Technical Institute (MPhTI) in 1970. He earned Ph.D. and Doctor Degrees from the Institute of Control Sciences of Russian Academy of Sciences in 1978 and 1989, respectively. From 1973 up to 1993 he served this institute as researcher and leading researcher, and in 1993 he accepted a post of full professor (3-E) at CINVESTAV of IPN in Mexico. He is also a former head of the Automatic Control Department. He has been the supervisor of 36 Ph.D thesis's (20 in Mexico). He has published more than 200 papers in different international journals and 10 books.
Luenberger Observer Design for Uncertainty Nonlinear Systems.- Hill Equation: From 1 to 2 Degrees of Freedom.- Sliding Mode Control devoid of State Measurements.- Design of Asymptotic Second-order Sliding Mode Control System.- Fractional Order Model Reference Adaptive Controllers for First Order Integer Plants.- Sliding Modes for Switched Uncertain Linear Time Invariant Systems: An Output Integral Sliding Mode Approach.- Discontinuous Integral Control for Systems with relative degree two.- Theory of dierential inclusions and its application in mechanics.- Stability probabilities of sliding mode control of linear continuous Markovian jump systems.- Adaptive Sliding Mode Control using Monitoring Functions.- Fast Control Systems: Nonlinear Approach.- Finite-Time Sliding Mode Controller with State-Dependent GainParameter.- Setting Nash vs. Kalai-Smorodinsky Bargaining Approach: Computing the Continuous Time Controllable Markov Game.- H1- Stabilization of a 3D Bipedal Locomotion Under a Unilateral Constraint.- Event-Triggered Sliding Mode Control Strategies for a Class ofNonlinear Uncertain Systems.- Sliding Mode Control Design Procedure For Power Electronic Converters Used In Energy Conversion Systems.- Hybrid-Impulsive Higher Order Sliding Mode Control.-