9781849194891-1849194890-Optimal Adaptive Control and Differential Games by Reinforcement Learning Principles (Control, Robotics and Sensors)

Optimal Adaptive Control and Differential Games by Reinforcement Learning Principles (Control, Robotics and Sensors)

ISBN-13: 9781849194891
ISBN-10: 1849194890
Edition: 0
Author: Vrabie, Draguna, Vamvoudakis, Kyriakos G., Lewis, Frank L.
Publication date: 2012
Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Format: Hardcover 304 pages
FREE shipping on ALL orders

Book details

ISBN-13: 9781849194891
ISBN-10: 1849194890
Edition: 0
Author: Vrabie, Draguna, Vamvoudakis, Kyriakos G., Lewis, Frank L.
Publication date: 2012
Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Format: Hardcover 304 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Vrabie, Draguna, Vamvoudakis, Kyriakos G., Lewis, Frank L. wrote Optimal Adaptive Control and Differential Games by Reinforcement Learning Principles (Control, Robotics and Sensors) comprising 304 pages back in 2012. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1849194890 and 9781849194891. Since then Optimal Adaptive Control and Differential Games by Reinforcement Learning Principles (Control, Robotics and Sensors) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

Description

This book gives an exposition of recently developed approximate dynamic programming (ADP) techniques for decision and control in human engineered systems. ADP is a reinforcement machine learning technique that is motivated by learning mechanisms in biological and animal systems. It is connected from a theoretical point of view with both adaptive control and optimal control methods. The book shows how ADP can be used to design a family of adaptive optimal control algorithms that converge in real-time to optimal control solutions by measuring data along the system trajectories. Generally, in the current literature adaptive controllers and optimal controllers are two distinct methods for the design of automatic control systems. Traditional adaptive controllers learn online in real time how to control systems, but do not yield optimal performance. On the other hand, traditional optimal controllers must be designed offline using full knowledge of the systems dynamics. It is also shown how to use ADP methods to solve multi-player differential games online. Differential games have been shown to be important in H-infinity robust control for disturbance rejection, and in coordinating activities among multiple agents in networked teams. The focus of this book is on continuous-time systems, whose dynamical models can be derived directly from physical principles based on Hamiltonian or Lagrangian dynamics.

Rate this book Rate this book

We would LOVE it if you could help us and other readers by reviewing the book