In this section, the IEEE Control Systems Society publishes reviews of books in the control field Geometric Control Theory—Velimir Jurdjevic (New York: Cam-. GEOMETRIC. CONTROL THEORY. VELIMIR JURDJEVIC. University of Toronto 8 Non-holonomic aspects of control theory. Notes and sources. Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics: Geometric Control Theory Series Number 52 by Velimir Jurdjevic, , available at Book Depository.

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By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. The geometric language in which the results are expressed allows clear visual interpretations and makes the book accessible to physicists and engineers as well as to mathematicians.

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My library Help Advanced Book Search. The first part of the book deals with the ability to steer a system from any point of departure to any desired destination.

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Description Geometric control theory is concerned with the evolution of systems subject to physical laws but having some degree of freedom through which motion is to be controlled. Book ratings by Goodreads. Applications are drawn from geometry, mechanics, and control of dynamical systems. Reachable sets of Lie-determined systems; 4.

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Systems on Lie groups and homogenous spaces; Part II. Basic formalism and typical problems; 2. An overlap with mathematical jurdievic is demonstrated by the Maximum principle, a fundamental principle of optimality arising from geometric control, which is applied to time-evolving systems governed by physics as well as to man-made systems governed by controls.