MATLAB for Engineers - Applications in Control, Electrical Engineering, IT and Robotics (Karel Perutka)

 
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MATLAB for Engineers - Applications in Control, Electrical Engineering, IT and Robotics (Karel Perutka)

The book offers a number of methods in the main areas of practice where MATLAB software was applied. Applications for motors, power systems, robots, and vehicles are among the topics discussed. Technology is advancing quickly, and this has an impact everywhere. The book's chapter authors, who are authorities in various fields, share intriguing results of their research.

The book will make the solutions known to the readers and provide them the opportunity to expand them through independent investigation. Electrical and control engineers as well as students studying the research areas covered in the book will find it to be of great interest.

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(October 13, 2011)
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512 pages
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PDF (524 pages) and PDF Files
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978-953-307-914-1

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