By R. Alur, Dimitrios Hristu-Varsakelis, K.-E. Arzen, William S. Levine, John Baillieul, T.A. Henzinger
It is a very goog publication that covers crucial themes from basics to functions of networked and embedded platforms with theories and updated strategies. particularly, i love the chapters of "Bluetooth up to the mark" and "Embedded sensor networks". Plus the chapters giving basics and theories, it really is worthwhile!
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R. 1 Sampling and the sampling theorem Sampling is the process of deriving a discrete-time sequence from a continuoustime function. Usually, but not always, the samples are evenly spaced in time. Reconstruction is the inverse of sampling; it is the formation of a continuoustime function from a sequence of samples. Many diﬀerent continuous-time functions can have the same set of samples, so that, except in highly restricted circumstances, a sampled function is not uniquely determined by its samples.
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Thus, the controller can have high gain and the nominal closed-loop system can have a magnitude near one without compromising stability robustness. At high frequencies, |G∆ (z)| is usually large but |Gn (z)C(z)| is small. Again, stability robustness is not a problem because the nominal closed-loop system has small magnitude. The critical region is the frequency range near the gain and phase crossover frequencies. In this region, the bounds on |G∆ (z)| are very important. 3 Trade-oﬀs The following theorem , due originally to Bode , proves that there is a fundamental trade-oﬀ inherent in any attempt to reduce the sensitivity, So (z), of a closed-loop system.