Bo Yang

Kunming University of Science and Technology China

Prof. Bo Yang obtained his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Liverpool, UK in 2015 (jointly sponsored by the University and by China’s Scholarship Council). He is now a professor in the Faculty of Electrical Power Engineering, at Kunming University of Science and Technology, Kunming. Prof. Yang’s main research areas include the optimization and control of renewable energy and energy storage systems, and the application of artificial intelligence in smart grids. He has headed over 20 important research projects, including two projects for China’s National Natural Science Foundation. Prof. Yang was declared a highly cited scholar (electrical engineering) by Elsevier China in 2021. He has published more than 170 peer-reviewed SCI/EI papers and a book on nonlinear robust control of renewable energy systems.

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In mathematics and science, a nonlinear system is a system in which the change of the output is not proportional to the change of input. Nonlinear control systems, which are among the new technologies most widely used in many fields such as economic management, industrial production, technology research and development, ecological prevention and control, are at the core of worldwide automation control technology. In contrast to linear control systems, the nonlinear control system has the characteristics of a data model: stability, zero-input system response, self-excited oscillation or limit cycle, and a more complex structure, increasing the difficulty of its theoretical analysis and technical development. Nonlinear systems are common phenomena in real life and as such cannot be ignored. Analysis and research of nonlinear systems are therefore important, and researchers need to clarify their characteristics, explore scientific and effective application measures, and finally enhance their control quality. This book comprehensively investigates the main principles, core mechanisms, typical problems, and relevant solutions involved in nonlinear systems. In general, this book aims to provide advanced research on nonlinear systems and control schemes for researchers and engineers working in related fields, and thus promote future study in this research area.

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