Technical Reports provide a detailed theoretical description of specific advanced control techniques. These documents are written to be a concise and complete source of information that any engineer working in that particular field will find invaluable.
List of Technical Reports
The following is a list of Technical Reports produced by the ACTC. These are available to ACTC members free of charge.
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- Reconfigurable Control Strategies for Fault Tolerant Control:A Survey (TR21)
- Carbon Emission Control in Coal-Fired Power Plants: Recent Developments (TR20)
- Subspace Identification Methods (TR19)
- A Design Methodology for Handling Parametric Uncertainty (TR18)
- Design of l1 Optimal Controllers for Practical Problems: A Tutorial (TR14_v2)
- Fibre Optics and their use in Field Trials Measurements (TR17)
- Advances in Autotune Methods (TR16)
- Comparison of the Design of a Marine Autopilot using H∞ Design and Quantitative Feedback Theory (TR15)
- Applications of Fuzzy Logic Control (TR13)
- Introduction to the Benefits of Controller with Several Degrees of Freedom and the Use of Feedforward Control (TR12)
- Long Range Predictive Control: A Review (TR11)
- An introduction to Neural Networks (TR10)
- On the Performance of Generic Model Control (TR09)
- Mathematical Notations and Glossary (TR08)
- An Introduction to the Control of Non-linear Processes (ACT Report 7)
- Introduction to Non-linear Self Tuning Control (ACT Report 6)
- Weighting Functions in H∞ Control (ACT Report 5)
- μ-Analysis and Synthesis (An overview of an Optimisation - Based Methodology for Multivariable Control Design) (ACT Report 4)
- A Tutorial of Digital LQG and H∞ Self-Tuning Control for Industrial Applications (ACT Report3)
- A Tutorial of Polynomial LQG/H∞ Optimal Control for Industrial Users (ACT Report 2)
- Application of Expert Systems in Industrial control (ACT Report 1)
- Application of Neural Networks to Ship Modelling and Control
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