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A p-extremal length and p-capacity equality by Hesse J.

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D (1986) thesis [131] of L. H. Keel. The 1987 book [29] of Bhattacharyya, and the recent books [2] and [14] by Ackermann and Barmish respectively concentrate on the parametric approach. The mono- graph [85] by Dorato, Fortuna and Muscato, and the 1985 book [232] of Vidyasagar all deal with H1 optimization and the book [84] by Dorato, Abdallah and Cerone deals with Linear Quadratic Optimal Control. The book [167] by Maciejowski is a design oriented textbook on control systems concentrating on robustness issues.

Keel. The 1987 book [29] of Bhattacharyya, and the recent books [2] and [14] by Ackermann and Barmish respectively concentrate on the parametric approach. The mono- graph [85] by Dorato, Fortuna and Muscato, and the 1985 book [232] of Vidyasagar all deal with H1 optimization and the book [84] by Dorato, Abdallah and Cerone deals with Linear Quadratic Optimal Control. The book [167] by Maciejowski is a design oriented textbook on control systems concentrating on robustness issues. In the book of Boyd and Barratt [51] several control design problems are treated as convex optimization problems.

Tracking and disturbance rejection problems with persistent signals such as steps, ramps and sinusoids could not be solved in an obvious way by the existing methods of optimal control. The reason is that unless the proper signals are included in the performance index the cost function usually turns out to be unbounded. In [35] and [36] Bhattacharyya and Pearson gave a solution to the multivariable servomechanism problem. The solution technique in [36] was based on an output regulator problem formulated and solved by Bhat- tacharyya, Pearson and Wonham [37] using the elegant geometric theory of linear systems [237] being developed at that time by Wonham.

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