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  Introduction to Control System Technology, 1996, Robert N. Bateson, 0132262754,9780132262750, Prentice Hall, 1996 DOWNLOADhttp://bit.ly/18zBX9x http://www.powells.com/s?kw=Introduction+to+Control+System+Technology In this text, Bateson includes the terminology, concepts, principles, procedures and computationsused by engineers and technicians to analyze, select, specify, design and maintain control systems.This edition strikes a balance of breadth and depth, adapting and enhancing coverage to aid inaccessibility and comprehension. Changes since the last edition include: a new section on block diagram simplification; an expanded appendix; a new logic design example; initial and final valuetheorems are now covered in Chapter 5; new design exercises; new material on dc motor transferfunctions, stepping motors and flux vector control; an improved section on programmablecontrollers; and a new example using program DESIGN to construct a PID controller for a blendingsystem.DOWNLOAD http://t.co/J3rqketPdV https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/Introduction-to-Control-System-Technology/id422618804 http://bit.ly/1pCSzZbDiscrete-Time Control Systems , Katsuhiko Ogata, 1987, Technology & Engineering, 994 pages.The new edition of this comprehensive digital controls book integrates MATLAB throughout thebook. The book has also increased inflexibility and reader friendliness through the.Modern Control Engineering , Katsuhiko Ogata, 2010, Technology & Engineering, 894 pages. 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