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The book presents a comprehensive treatment of the analysis and design of discrete-time control systems. It is written for courses on discrete-time control systems or digital control systems for senior undergraduate and postgraduate level engineeringMoreThe book presents a comprehensive treatment of the analysis and design of discrete-time control systems. It is written for courses on discrete-time control systems or digital control systems for senior undergraduate and postgraduate level engineering students. The text is presented in such a way that the reader can follow the discussions easily. The most significant feature of this edition of book is a greatly expanded treatment of the pole-placement design with minimum-order observer by means of the state-space approach and the polynomial equations approach. All materials necessary for understanding the subject matter presented (such as proofs of theorems and steps for deriving important equations for pole placement and observer design) are included to ease understanding of the subject. The prerequisites for the reader are a course on introductory control systems, a course on ordinary differential equations. Table of Contents Preface 1. Introduction to Discrete-Time Control Systems. 2. The z Transform. 3. z-Plane Analysis of Discrete-Time Control Systems. 4. Design of Discrete-Time Control Systems by Conventional Methods. 5. State-Space Analysis. 6. Pole Placement and Observer Design. 7. Polynomial Equations Approach to Control Systems Design. 8. Quadratic Optimal Control Systems. Appendixes- A. Vector-Matrix Analysis. B. z Transform Theory. C. Pole Placement Design with Vector Control. References. Index.