Applied Optimal Control: Optimization, Estimation and Control by Arthur E. Bryson Jr.This best-selling text focuses on the analysis and design of complicated dynamics systems. CHOICE called it a high-level, concise book that could well be used as a reference by engineers, applied mathematicians, and undergraduates. The format is good, the presentation clear, the diagrams instructive, the examples and problems helpful...References and a multiple-choice examination are included.
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He is the co-author of Applied Optimal Control ,  and an influential researcher in differential games , pattern recognition , and discrete event dynamic systems. Yu-Chi Ho was born on March 1, in Shanghai , China and left home at the age of 15 in to complete his high school education in Hong Kong. Ho later reported that his initial interests were in mechanical engineering , due to a childhood experience repairing a European ornamental clock without any previous knowledge of its mechanisms. His application to MIT mechanical engineering, however, was routed to the electrical engineering department by mistake, and Ho decided to stay in the department. Bryson, Jr. After finishing his Ph.