**Feedback Systems: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers**

by Karl J. Astrom, Richard M. Murray

**Publisher**: Princeton University Press 2008**ISBN/ASIN**: 0691135762**ISBN-13**: 9780691135762**Number of pages**: 408

**Description**:

This book provides an introduction to the basic principles and tools for the design and analysis of feedback systems. It is intended to serve a diverse audience of scientists and engineers who are interested in understanding and utilizing feedback in physical, biological, information and social systems. A major goal of this book is to present a concise and insightful view of the current knowledge in feedback and control systems.

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