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出版情報: Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Infotech, c1986  ix, 209 p. ; 31 cm
シリーズ名: State of the art report ; ser. 14, no. 4
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H.L. Capron
出版情報: Reading, Mass. ; Tokyo : Benjamin/Cummings Pub. Co., c1986  xxvii, 525 p. ; 24 cm
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edited by Tosiyasu L. Kunii
出版情報: Tokyo ; New York : Springer-Verlag, c1986  viii, 382 p. ; 25 cm
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Terry Winograd, Fernando Flores
出版情報: Norwood, N.J. : Ablex Pub. Corp., c1986  xiv, 207 p. ; 24 cm
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Preface
Acknowledgments
Theoretical Background / Part I:
Introduction / 1:
The question of design / 1.1:
The role of tradition / 1.2:
Our path / 1.3:
The rationalistic tradition / 2:
The rationalistic orientation / 2.1:
Language, truth, and the world / 2.2:
Decision making and problem solving / 2.3:
Cognitive science / 2.4:
Understanding and Being / 3:
Hermeneutics / 3.1:
Understanding and ontology / 3.2:
An illustration of thrownness / 3.3:
Breaking down and readiness-to-hand / 3.4:
Cognition as a biological phenomenon / 4:
The closure of the nervous system / 4.1:
Autopoiesis, evolution, and learning / 4.2:
The cognitive domain / 4.3:
Consensual domains / 4.4:
The observer and description / 4.5:
Domains of explanation / 4.6:
Language, listening, and commitment / 5:
Listening in a background / 5.1:
Meaning, commitment, and speech acts / 5.2:
Objectivity and tradition / 5.3:
Recurrence and formalization / 5.4:
Breakdown, language, and existence / 5.5:
Towards a new orientation / 6:
Cognition and being in the world / 6.1:
Knowledge and representation / 6.2:
Pre-understanding and background / 6.3:
Language and action / 6.4:
Breakdown and the ontology of design / 6.5:
Computation, Thought, and Language / Part II:
Computers and representation / 7:
Programming as representation / 7.1:
Levels of representation / 7.2:
Can computers do more than you tell them to do? / 7.3:
Computation and intelligence / 8:
Why do we ask? / 8.1:
Intelligence as rational problem solving / 8.2:
The phenomenon of blindness / 8.3:
What about learning and evolution? / 8.4:
Can pigs have wings? / 8.5:
Understanding language / 9:
Artificial intelligence and language understanding / 9.1:
The problem of background / 9.2:
Understanding as pattern recognition / 9.3:
What does it mean to understand? / 9.4:
Current directions in artificial intelligence / 10:
The forking of the paths / 10.1:
Expert systems / 10.2:
The fifth generation computer system / 10.3:
Design / Part III:
Management and conversation / 11:
Management and decision making / 11.1:
Decision making and resolution / 11.2:
Organizations as networks of commitments / 11.3:
Decision support systems / 11.4:
Tools for conversation / 11.5:
Using computers: A direction for design / 12:
A background for computer design / 12.1:
A design example / 12.2:
Systematic domains / 12.3:
Technology and transformation / 12.4:
Bibliography
Name Index
Subject Index
Preface
Acknowledgments
Theoretical Background / Part I:
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Antonio L. Furtado, Erich J. Neuhold
出版情報: Berlin ; Tokyo : Springer-Verlag, c1986  114 p. ; 24 cm
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John H. Boose
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Tokyo : Elsevier, 1986  viii, 312 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Advances in human factors/ergonomics ; 3
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B. Cohen, W.T. Harwood, M.I. Jackson
出版情報: Wokingham, England ; Tokyo : Addison-Wesley, 1986  xii, 143 p. ; 24 cm
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IEEE Computer Society ; COMPSAC
出版情報: Washington : IEEE Computer Society Press, c1986  xix, 504 p. ; 28 cm
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Bernard Friedland
出版情報: New York ; Tokyo : McGraw-Hill, c1986  xiv, 513 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: McGraw-Hill series in electrical engineering ; . Control theory
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Preface
Feedback Control / Chapter 1:
The Mechanism of Feedback / 1.1:
Feedback Control Engineering / 1.2:
Control Theory Background / 1.3:
Scope and Organization of This Book / 1.4:
Notes
References
State-Space Representation of Dynamic Systems / Chapter 2:
Mathematical Models / 2.1:
Physical Notion of System State / 2.2:
Block-Diagram Representations / 2.3:
Lagrange's Equations / 2.4:
Rigid Body Dynamics / 2.5:
Aerodynamics / 2.6:
Chemical and Energy Processes / 2.7:
Problems
Dynamics of Linear Systems / Chapter 3:
Differential Equations Revisited / 3.1:
Solution of Linear Differential Equations in State-Space Form / 3.2:
Interpretation and Properties of the State-Transition Matrix / 3.3:
Solution by the Laplace Transform: The Resolvent / 3.4:
Input-Output Relations: Transfer Functions / 3.5:
Transformation of State Variables / 3.6:
State-Space Representation of Transfer Functions: Canonical Forms / 3.7:
Frequency-Domain Analysis / Chapter 4:
Status of Frequency-Domain Methods / 4.1:
Frequency-Domain Characterization of Dynamic Behavior / 4.2:
Block-Diagram Algebra / 4.3:
Stability / 4.4:
Routh-Hurwitz Stability Algorithms / 4.5:
Graphical Methods / 4.6:
Steady State Responses: System Type / 4.7:
Dynamic Response: Bandwidth / 4.8:
Robustness and Stability (Gain and Phase) Margins / 4.9:
Multivariable Systems: Nyquist Diagram and Singular Values / 4.10:
Controllability and Observability / Chapter 5:
Introduction / 5.1:
Where Do Uncontrollable or Unobservable Systems Arise? / 5.2:
Definitions and Conditions for Controllability and Observability / 5.3:
Algebraic Conditions for Controllability and Observability / 5.4:
Disturbances and Tracking Systems: Exogenous Variables / 5.5:
Shaping the Dynamic Response / Chapter 6:
Design of Regulators for Single-Input, Single-Output Systems / 6.1:
Multiple-Input Systems / 6.3:
Where Should the Closed-Loop Poles Be Placed? / 6.4:
Linear Observers / Chapter 7:
The Need for Observers / 7.1:
Structure and Properties of Observers / 7.2:
Pole-Placement for Single-Output Systems / 7.3:
Reduced-Order Observers / 7.4:
Compensator Design by the Separation Principle / Chapter 8:
The Separation Principle / 8.1:
Compensators Designed Using Full-Order Observers / 8.2:
Robustness: Effects of Modeling Errors / 8.3:
Selecting Observer Dynamics: Robust Observers / 8.5:
Summary of Design Process / 8.7:
Linear, Quadratic Optimum Control / Chapter 9:
Why Optimum Control? / 9.1:
Formulation of the Optimum Control Problem / 9.2:
Quadratic Integrals and Matrix Differential Equations / 9.3:
The Optimum Gain Matrix / 9.4:
The Steady State Solution / 9.5:
Disturbances and Reference Inputs: Exogenous Variables / 9.6:
General Performance Integral / 9.7:
Weighting of Performance at Terminal Time / 9.8:
Random Processes / Chapter 10:
Conceptual Models for Random Processes / 10.1:
Statistical Characteristics of Random Processes / 10.3:
Power Spectral Density Function / 10.4:
White Noise and Linear System Response / 10.5:
Spectral Factorization / 10.6:
Systems with State-Space Representation / 10.7:
The Wiener Process and Other Integrals of Stationary Processes / 10.8:
Kalman Filters: Optimum Observers / Chapter 11:
Background / 11.1:
The Kalman Filter is an Observer / 11.2:
Kalman Filter Gain and Variance Equations / 11.3:
Steady State Kalman Filter / 11.4:
The "Innovations" Process / 11.5:
Reduced-Order Filters and Correlated Noise / 11.6:
Stochastic Control: The Separation Theorem / 11.7:
Choosing Noise for Robust Control / 11.8:
Matrix Algebra and Analysis / Appendix:
Bibliography
Index of Applications
Index
Preface
Feedback Control / Chapter 1:
The Mechanism of Feedback / 1.1:
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