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[email protected] Alberto Isidori was born in Rapallo, Italy, in dei Sistemi (in italian), with i, ; Sistemi di Controllo (in italian). Selected publications of Alberto Isidori. Books.  A. Isidori, Sistemi di Controllo ( in Italian), Siderea,  A. Ruberti and A. Isidori, Teoria dei Sistemi (in. In Honor of Alberto Isidori Alessandro Astolfi, Lorenzo Marconi Alberto. Isidori. Books  A. Isidori, Sistemi di Controllo (in Italian), Siderea,  A. Ruberti.
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Violations are liablefor prosecution under the German Copyright Law. Alberto Isidorion the occasion of his 65th birthday. Isidoris prolic, pioneering controllp high-impact research activity hasspanned alerto 35 years. Throughout his career, Prof. Isidori has developedground-breaking results, has initiated research directions and has contributedtowards the foundation of nonlinear control theory.
In addition, his dedicationto explain intricate issues and dicult concepts in a simple and rigorous wayand to motivate young researchers has been instrumental to the intellectualgrowth of the nonlinear control community worldwide. The volume collects 27 contributions written by a total of 52 researchers.
The principal author of each contribution has been selected among the re-searchers who have worked with Prof. Isidori, have inuenced his researchactivity, or have had the privilege and honour of being his PhD students. Thecontributions address a signicant number of control topics, including theo-retical issues, advanced applications, emerging control directions and tutorialworks.
The diversity of the areas covered, the number of contributors andtheir international standing provide evidence of the isidoti of Prof. Isidori inthe control and systems theory communities.
The book has been divided into six parts: System Analysis, OptimizationMethods, Feedback Design, Regulation, Geometric Methods and AsymptoticAnalysis, reecting important control areas which have been strongly inu-enced and, in some cases, pioneered by Prof.
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The rst part System Analysis collects four contributions. Sussmann focuses on thefoundations of dierential geometry providing a characterization of smoothdistributions. Wang, in Uniformly Universal In-puts, prove the existence of universal inputs, uniformly for the observabil-ity of all analytic continuous-time systems.
Willems reviews and sheds new light on the classical notion of intercon-X Prefacenection, with special emphasis on physically consistent formalizations. Krenerpresents a method for nonlinear model reduction based on a normal form forthe controllability and observability functions. The second part Optimization Methods consists of four contributions. Brockett discusses an optimal control problem for bilinearsystems as a representative example for a class of problems with a Lie groupstructure.
Basar deal with the remote control problem for linear andnonlinear systems with quantization, by studying the structure of optimalcausal encoders for kth-order Markov sources. Gong present convergence theorems for the pseudospectral methods ofnonlinear optimal control with constraints. The third part Feedback Design comprises six contributions. In EventBased Control, K. Astrom discusses the advantages of event-based controlstrategies over sampled-data theory in computer controlled systems.
Kokotovic investigate, in Zero Dynam-ics and Tracking Performance Limits in Nonlinear Feedback Systems, thetracking performance achievable for nonminimum-phase nonlinear systems byexploiting the concept of zero dynamics.
Analysis and Quenching of the Oscillations, I. Bitmead study a model for combustion instabilityin gas-fueled turbo-machinery using the Krylov-Bogoliubov method. Morse, in Convexication of the Range-Only Station Keep-ing Problem, solve the three landmarks station keeping problem in the plane,by adopting concepts inherited from switched adaptive control. Ze-hetleitner study the problem of controlling, by output feedback, nonlinearhydraulic devices to suppress periodic disturbances in steel rolling.
Westervelt deal with the problem of designing stable periodic walkingmotions in bipedal robots by extending the concept of zero dynamics to hybridsystems. Six contributions compose the fourth part Regulation. Teel investigate conceptssuch as limit sets and zero dynamics for hybrid systems and discuss theiruse in hybrid output regulation problems. Praly,in Essential and Redundant Internal Models in Nonlinear Output Regu-Preface XIlation, develop a few issues on the problem of semiglobal output regula-tion for nonlinear systems and, in particular, discuss the design of internalmodel-based regulators.
Tomei deal with the problem of global regulationfor a class of possibly nonminimum-phase nonlinear systems in the pres-ence of uncertainties on the system and the exosystem. Serrani, inA Taxonomy for Time-Varying Immersions in Periodic Internal-Model Con-trol, frames in the context of nonlinear output regulation the problem ofclassifying immersion mappings according to the observability properties ofthe steady-state generator system.
Delli Priscoli and A. Pietra-bissa show how linear control methodologies can be used for the developmentof resource management procedures in communication networks. Finally, inNonlinear Synchronization of Coupled Oscillators: Allgower present a feedback method to achieve synchroniza-tion of coupled identical oscillators which are described by polynomial vectorelds. The fth part Geometric Methods contains three chapters. Quantum Internal Model Prin-ciple, N.
Tarn explore the use of classical disturbancedecoupling techniques to eliminate decoherence in quantum control systems. Normand-Cyrot, in Controller and Observer Nor-mal Forms in Discrete-Time, study the problem of simplifying discrete-timenonlinear systems through feedback transformations and the use of outputinjection.
Califano characterize, from a geometric perspective,dynamically feedback linearizable systems and provide an algorithm for thecomputation of the linearizing dynamic controller. The last part Asymptotic Analysis contains four contributions. Gilliam discuss thenotion of steady-state response for nonlinear systems and its use in the studyof forced oscillations. Astol develops a theory of model reduc-tion for nonlinear systems introducing a nonlinear enhancement of the notionof moment and exploiting the theory of the steady-state response of non-linear systems.
Lin solve the output feedback stabilization problem for a class ofnonlinear systems with uncertain parameters. De Persis, in Hy-brid Feedback Stabilization of Nonlinear Systems with Quantization Noiseand Large Delays, illustrates the design of hybrid stabilizing controllersfor nonlinear feedforward systems over nite-bandwidth networks with largedelays. XII PrefaceThe editors would like to thank all authors who have contributed to thisexceptional book.
We are also grateful to Michelle Hammond for her help inthe preparation of the volume. We complete the preface with a personal consideration. There are very fewevents in the life of a person that shape it in a unique way. For both of us, theencounter with Prof. Isidori has been one such event. It is for us a great honour to celebrate Albertos contributions to scienceand to our lives.
Michael Ross, Qi Gong. Pedro Aguiar, Joao P. Analysis and Quenching ksidori the OscillationsIoan D. Landau, Fethi Bouziani, Robert R. ByrnesWashington University in St. Since ,he has been Professor of Automatic Control at this University. Since he has also been regularly collaborating withWashington University in St.
Isidori received the Georgio Quazza Medal. This medal is the highesttechnical award given by the International Federation of Automatic Control,and is presented once every third year iisdori lifetime contributions to automaticcontrol science and engineering. The Georgio Quazza Medal was awarded toDr.
Isidori for pioneering and fundamental contributions to the theory ofnonlinear feedback control. He has been theorganizer or co-organizer of several international conferences on the subjectof feedback design for nonlinear systems.
Selected publications of Alberto IsidoriBooks A. Isidori, Sistemi di Controllo in ItalianSiderea, Isidori, Teoria dei Sistemi in ItalianBoringhieri, Isidori, Output regulation of uncertainnonlinear systems, Birkhauser Boston Serrani, Robust Motion Control: Isidori, On the attitude stabilization of rigid spacecraft,Automatica, 27, pp.
Isidori, Structurally stable output regu-lation of nonlinear systems, Automatica, 33, pp. Isidori, Mixed internal-model based and feed-forwardcontrol for robust tracking in nonlinear systems, Automatica, 36, pp. Serrani, Autonomous landing on a oscillatingplatform: Paoli, Implicit fault tolerant con-trol: Automatic Control, 13, pp. Automatic Control, 18, pp. Automatic Control, 23, pp. Monaco, Nonlinear decouplingvia feedback: Automatic Control, 26, pp.
Automatic Control, 30, pp. Automatic Control, 33, pp. Automatic Control, 34, pp. Automatic Control, 35, pp. Automatic Control, 36, pp. Automatic Con-trol, 37, pp. Isidori, A tool for semiglobal stabilization of uncertain non-minimum-phase nonlinear systems via output feedback, IEEE Trans. De Santis and A.
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De Persis and A. Control and Optimization, 24, pp. Control and Optimization, 45, pp.