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IEEE CS Magazine Februari 2009



, "Noble proposal [From the Editor]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.6-6, Feb. 2009
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Bernstein, D.S., "Around and around [About this issue]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.7-9, Feb. 2009
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Samad, T., "What's New in Control and CSS [President's message]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.10-12, Feb. 2009
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, "Computer Innovations," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.13-25, Feb. 2009
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Morelli, G., "Fit to Fly [Ask the experts]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.14-18, Feb. 2009
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Tomlin, C., "Student Activities," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.19-19, Feb. 2009
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Ge, S.S., "Technical Committee on System Identification and Adaptive Control," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.20-21, Feb. 2009
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, "People in control [Interviews with Milan Mares and Li-Chen Fu]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.22-25, Feb. 2009
Abstract: Presents interviews with editors of systems-and control-related journals worldwide.
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Tan, X.; Iyer, R.V., "Modeling and control of hysteresis," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.26-28, Feb. 2009
Abstract: The five articles in this special issue focus on the modeling and control of hysteresis. Hysteresis is a nonlinear effect that arises in diverse disciplines ranging from physics to biology, from material science to mechanics, and from electronics to economics.
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Cross, R.; Grinfeld, M.; Lamba, H., "Hysteresis and economics," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.30-43, Feb. 2009
Abstract: The goal of this article is to explore the rationale underlying the application of hysteresis to economic models. In particular, we explain why many aspects of real economic systems are hysteretic. The aim is to be explicit about the difficulties encountered when trying to incorporate hysteretic effects into models that can be validated and then used as possible tools for macroeconomic control. The growing appreciation of the ways that memory effects influence the functioning of economic systems is a significant advance in economic thought and, by removing distortions that result from oversimplifying specifications of input-output relations in economics, has the potential to narrow the gap between economic modeling and economic reality. Static hysteresis input-output systems, hysterons, and Preisach models are defined, and the form that macroeconomic models with hysteresis typically take is described. Then some relevant economics background is sketched, and the distinctive nature of models in economics is discussed in detail. In the following central section of the article the results of approximately two decades of hysteresis modeling in economics are summarized.
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Appelbe, B.; Flynn, D.; Mcnamara, H.; O'Kane, P.; Pimenov, A.; Pokrovskii, A.; Rachinskii, D.; Zhezherun, A., "Rate-Independent Hysteresis in Terrestrial Hydrology," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.44-69, Feb. 2009
Abstract: The goal of this article is twofold. The first objective is to demonstrate the role of hysteresis in hydrology. The second objective is to describe a class of simple and convenient mathematical models of hydrological systems with hysteresis and to briefly discuss methods for the quantitative and qualitative analysis of such models. This article is organized as follows. In the first section we discuss the role of the Preisach model. We then present an explicit expression for analogues of wetting and drying curves in the Preisach model context. The central role in this section is occupied by special one-parameter classes of Preisach operators which are useful as models of soil-water hysteresis for particular soils. Fitting is discussed in the context of the GRIZZLY database of hysteretic soil-water characteristics. The second section introduces a simple but instructive example of a differential equation coupled with a Preisach nonlinearity. This equation serves as a basis for modeling vegetated soil in terrestrial hydrology. The third section is dedicated to the FEST model, where FEST stands for "fully vegetated slab of soil with transpiring plants". This model describes drainage, transpiration, and infiltration flows in a fully vegetated slab of soil. We demonstrate that hysteresis effects are critical, both on qualitative and quantitative levels, for modeling hydrological systems and flows in soil, while theoretical analysis and numerical implementation of the models raise interesting mathematical questions. To demonstrate the application of this model we use rainfall data gathered in the Feale region in
County Kerry, Ireland, covering a period of 19 months between July 2002 and February 2004. The FEST model includes a quantitative description of the dynamics of the plant biomass, which depends on the amount and regularity of precipitation and soil type, including details of soil-water hysteresis. Hence, the FEST model can be used as a component of ecological system- - models. Finally, the qualitative properties of the FEST model are discussed.
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Kam Leang; Qingze Zou; Devasia, S., "Feedforward control of piezoactuators in atomic force microscope systems," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.70-82, Feb. 2009
Abstract: This article describes an inversion-based feedforward approach to compensate for dynamic and hysteresis effects in piezoactuators with application to AFM technology. To handle the coupled behavior of dynamics and hysteresis, a cascade model is presented to enable the application of inversion-based feedforward control. The dynamics, which include vibration and creep, are modeled using linear transfer functions. A frequency-based method is used to invert the linear model to find an input that compensates for vibration and creep. The inverse is noncausal for nonminimum-phase systems. Similarly, the hysteresis is handled by an inverse-Preisach model. To avoid the complexity of finding the inverse-Preisach model, high- gain feedback control can be used to linearize the system's behavior. A feedforward input is then combined with the feedback system to compensate for the linear dynamics to achieve high-speed AFM imaging. Finally, recent efforts in feedforward control for an SPM application including the use of iteration to handle hysteresis as well as uncertainties and variations in the system model is discussed.
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Iyer, R.V.; Xiaobo Tan, "Control of hysteretic systems through inverse compensation," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.83-99, Feb. 2009
Abstract: Inverse compensation is a fundamental technique in the control of systems with hysteresis. In this expository article, we present algorithms for constructing the inverse of the Preisach operator, a hysteresis model with application to magnetics, smart materials, terrestrial hydrology, and economics. Adaptive inverse control is discussed for cases where hysteresis parameters are not known precisely. To meet the demand of highly dynamic applications, an embedded inversion approach is presented that exploits the parallelism offered by FPGAs.
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Oh, J.; Drincic, B.; Bernstein, D., "Nonlinear feedback models of hysteresis," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.100-119, Feb. 2009
Abstract: In the present article we investigate multistability and hysteresis within the context of linear systems with nonlinear feedback. For concreteness and simplicity, we focus primarily on single-input, single-output linear systems with companion-form realizations. For various choices of the realization parameters, we characterize the input-output equilibria set. We analyze this set in detail for the case of a deadzone nonlinearity, and we determine the values of the realization parameters that give rise to traversal-type or bifurcation-type hysteresis. The rich diversity of hysteretic phenomena that can be generated by interconnecting a linear system with a feedback nonlinearity is the motivation for this article.
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Powers, W.F., "Lessons Learned from a Control
Systems Way of Life," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.120-125, Feb. 2009
Abstract: The author presents ten lessons he has learned from a control systems way of life.
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Astolfi, A., "Stability of Dynamical Systems - Continuous, Discontinuous, and Discrete Systems (by Michel, A.N. et al.; 2008) [Bookshelf]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.126-127, Feb. 2009
Abstract: The goal of this book is to provide a reference text for graduate students and researchers on stability theory for the class of systems encountered in modern applications. This goal is achieved since the book offers a self-contained presentation of stability theory. The book is organized in nine chapters, most of which include sections with notes and references, problems, and bibliography. Some of the topics covered include: the history of stability theory; dynamical systems; invariance theory; discrete-event systems; finite-dimensional systems; linear systems; pulse-width-modulated feedback systems; digital filters; and stability issues for infinite-dimensional (continuous and discontinuous) systems. The book is clearly written, and difficult concepts are illustrated by means of good examples. The book should provide a useful reference for researchers working in control theory as well as for Ph.D. students.
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Gu, G., "Linear Feedback Control - Analysis and Design with MATLAB (by Dingyu Xue et al; 2007) [Bookshelf]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.128-129, Feb. 2009
Abstract: There is a need for a book that contains not only control theory but also adequate Matlab examples. This book, written primarily as a reference book, fills this gap. The text is organized into eight chapters, which cover modeling, analysis, simulation, and controller design. Each chapter contains Matlab examples with short scripts and plots inserted within the text. In addition, each chapter provides a large number of exercises that require the use of various Matlab commands or Matlab programming. This book is useful for a wide range of users, including beginners in the field, students who wish to bridge the gap between control theory and the use of Matlab in the analysis and design of control systems, and practicing engineers.
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, "Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems: Modeling, Analysis, and Control [by Batzel, J.J. et al.; 2007) [Bookshelf]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.129-131, Feb. 2009
Abstract: This book presents a technique for applying optimal control theory and parameter estimation to the analysis of regulation processes in the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. The book is organized into five chapters and three appendices. Each chapter begins with an introduction to the key physiological concepts related to the topics in the chapter. Next, a mathematical model representing the dynamics of the physiological system of interest is provided with a clear explanation. The model is then formulated as a control systems problem, for analysis and parameter estimation. Clinical applications of the model are presented as examples. The appendices summarize control theories used in the analysis in each chapter. The text is a useful reference book for control researchers who wish to explore applications in medicine. The book can also be used as a textbook for a graduate-level special topic course, although additional references in human physiology and optimal control systems might be needed.
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Angeli, D., "Ordinary Differential Equations (by Miller, R.K. and Michel, A.N.; 2007) [Bookshelf]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.131-132, Feb. 2009
Abstract: This book offers a twist for dynamical systems stability both in a linear and nonlinear setup. The material is rigorously presented and organized in a self-contained, yet not-too-pedantic manner. Some of the topics covered include: initial value problem; proving solutions; oscillation theory; boundary value problems; classical Lyapunov methods; the existence of stable and unstable manifolds; stability of periodic solutions, the Poincare-Bendixson theorem for planar systems, and Andronov-Hopf bifurcations. The material is adequate for both mathematicians and engineers at the "advanced undergraduate or graduate level," as remarked by the authors.
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, "The 2008 IEEE Multi-Conference on Systems and Control," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.133-142, Feb. 2009
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, "Minutes of the Control Systems Society Board of Governors Meeting," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.143-148, Feb. 2009
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, "Conference Calendar," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.148-148, Feb. 2009
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, "IEEE Control Systems Society," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.151-151, Feb. 2009
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, "Random Inputs," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.1, pp.152-152, Feb. 2009
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