Introduction to Complex Systems and Feedback Control
A complex system is composed of interconnected parts (components) that are either complex systems themselves or capable of exhibiting global behavior not displayed by the lone components themselves. A typical complex system may be self-organized, nonlinear, stochastic, far from equilibrium, networked, globally coupled, with long-range interactions, with competitive and noncompetitive decision makers, etc. Thus the complexity of such systems is unavoidable in real-world problems. This chapter provides a brief background on complex systems and tools from control systems theory that will be used in subsequent chapters to solve different interesting problems.
K. G. Vamvoudakis and J. Sarangapani, "Introduction to Complex Systems and Feedback Control," Control of Complex Systems: Theory and Applications, pp. 3-30, Elsevier, Jul 2016.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-805246-4.00001-X
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Cyber Physical System; Decision making; Embedded systems; Feedback; Feedback control; Stochastic systems; Control techniques; Decision makers; Global behaviors; Long range interactions; Real-world problem; Large scale systems; Complex systems; Cyber-physical systems; Feedback control techniques
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01 Jul 2016