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Embedded Control Systems Design

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Embedded Control Systems Design
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Publisher: Wikibooks

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This is a textbook at the level of university Master's or graduate students in Engineering (Mechatronics, Mechanics, Electrical/Electronics, Computer Science, Systems Engineering), that explains how to design motion control systems, that is, computer-controlled machines with important moving parts, such as robots, machine tools, cars, buses, airplanes, ships, satellites, telescopes, etc.

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