Valery D. Yurkevich

Valery D. Yurkevich received the Dipl.Eng. (1974), Ph.D. (1986) and D.Sc. (1997) from Novosibirsk State Technical University, where he is currently a professor in the Automation Department and teaches courses on control principles for undergraduates, and courses on control methods under conditions of incomplete information at the graduate level. His research interests are in nonlinear control systems, digital control systems, flight control, distributed parameter control systems, robotics, switching controllers for power converters, singular perturbations in control. He partakes in collaborative international research programs and was a visiting professor at the Silesian Technical University (Poland), University of Twente (The Netherlands), Concordia University (Canada), University of Ulsan (Korea), Harbin University of Science and Technology (China), and National University of Singapore. He has produced about 200 papers and international conference presentations and holds four patents. He is member of IEEE Control Systems Society and has wide-ranging experience as a reviewer of international journals and conferences.

Valery D. Yurkevich

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Since the foundation and up to the current state-of-the-art in control engineering, the problems of PID control steadily attract great attention of numerous researchers and remain inexhaustible source of new ideas for process of control system design and industrial applications. PID control effectiveness is usually caused by the nature of dynamical processes, conditioned that the majority of the industrial dynamical processes are well described by simple dynamic model of the first or second order. The efficacy of PID controllers vastly falls in case of complicated dynamics, nonlinearities, and varying parameters of the plant. This gives a pulse to further researches in the field of PID control. Consequently, the problems of advanced PID control system design methodologies, rules of adaptive PID control, self-tuning procedures, and particularly robustness and transient performance for nonlinear systems, still remain as the areas of the lively interests for many scientists and researchers at the present time. The recent research results presented in this book provide new ideas for improved performance of PID control applications.

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