MULTIVARIABLE FEEDBACK CONTROL
Analysis and Design (2nd Edition)
Published by Wiley in
September 2005. Reprinted Feb. 2007 (with corrections from Dec. 2006).
Note: Text location and/or page numbering for pages 393-454 is changed in 2nd printing (Feb. 2007).
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Professor Bruce A. Francis, Department of Electrical Engineering,
University of Toronto, Canada (24 Sep 1997).
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Professor Michael A. Safonov, Department of Electrical Engineering,
University of Southern California, USA
(05 Oct 1998).
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(03 March 1999)
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Professor Z.J. Palmor, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.
(20 Aug 1999)
Thank you for authoring Multivariable Feedback Control: Analysis and Design. Although this was not the required text for the course, it was clearly our favorite. Great book!
Tom McKinley, Doctoral Student in Mechanical Engineering,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
(15 Dec 2007).
"-ize" not "-ise" is correct British (Oxford) English, as anyone with a half-descent education would know (says Inspector Morse).
The change to "-ise" is apparently a more recent change by less educated Brits :-)
This is also why Ian (a true Brit) and I (more americanized) could agree to use "optimize" and "stabilize" in our book on Multivariable Feedback control.
See youtube episode of "Ghost in the Machine"