Principles of Control Systems Engineering
by Vincent Del Toro, Sydney R. Parker
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1960
Number of pages: 686
This book presents an integrated treatment of feedback control systems at the senior-graduate level. In order to emphasize the unified approach referred to, the book is divided into five sections. Each section deals with a fundamental phase of control systems engineering.
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