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Overview

From traditional topics that form the core of industrial electronics, to new and emerging concepts and technologies, The Industrial Electronics Handbook, in a single volume, has the field covered. Nowhere else will you find so much information on so many major topics in the field. For facts you need every day, and for discussions on topics you have only dreamed of, The Industrial Electronics Handbook is an ideal reference.

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This hefty reference contains 122 contributions (about one-third from industry and government, the rest from academia; about one-fourth from outside the US), arranged in two sections, the first presenting traditional core topics and the second introducing emerging areas. The chapters are tutorial in nature, and both principles and applications are included. Coverage includes various aspects of supporting technologies, data acquisition and measurement systems, power electronics, factory communications, system control, factory automation, expert systems and neural networks, fuzzy systems and soft computing, and evolutionary systems, computational intelligence, and hybrid systems applications. Intended for both the young engineer and the experienced professional. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849383434
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 5/9/1997
  • Series: Electrical Engineering Handbook Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1728
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 2.49 (d)

Table of Contents

PART I: FUNDAMENTALS OF INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Fundamental Supporting Technologies Electronics Digital Control Circuits Computer Architecture Signal Processing Data Acquisition and Measurement Systems Sensors Measurement System Architecture Power Electronics Overview Overview of Devices and Components Converters Motor Drives Mains Disturbances Electromagnetic Compatibility for Drives Factory Communications Evolution of Factory Communication Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference Model Local Area Networks The Manufacturing Automation Protocol (MAP)
Essential Communications Protocols System Control Control System Fundamentals Modeling for System Control Basic Feedback Concept Stability Analysis PID Control Bode Diagram Method Root Locus Method Pole Placement Design Smith Predictor Technique Internal Model Control Model Predictive Control Dynamic Matrix Control Disturbance Observation-Cancellation Technique Phase-Lock-Loop Based Control Variable Structure Control Technique Digital Computation Digital Control Estimation and Identification Fuzzy Logic Based Control Neural Network Based Control Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
Adaptive Control Hardware Compensating Networks m Synthesis and Analysis Factory Automation An Overview of Factory Automation Types of Automated Manufacturing Systems Production Management Architecture Production Management Techniques Automated Manufacturing System Development Methodology Hybrid Systems and Control Virtual Manufacturing Environment Signal Processing for Factory Production Line Robots PART II: INTELLIGENT ELECTRONICS AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES Expert Systems and Neural Networks Current Applications of Expert Systems in Industrial Electronics Expert Systems Methodology Expert Systems and Their Use in Complex Engineering Systems Current Trends in Neural Networks for Industrial Electronics The Basic Ideas in Neural Networks Neural Networks on a Chip Commercially Available Neural Network Chips Implementing Neural Networks in Silicon An Avionics Application: MIMD Neural Network Processor From Backpropagation to Neurocontrol CMAC Architecture for Color Correction Temporal Signal Processing Feature Selection for Pattern Recognition Using Multilayer Perceptrons Wavelets for Pattern Recognition: Wavelet Based Segmentation and Resistive Grid Averaging for Local Feature Extraction Fractals for Pattern Recognition: A PDP Approach to Localized Fractal Dimension Computation with Segmentation Boundaries Multilayer Perceptron with ALOPEX and Backpropagation Supervised Neural Networks for Handwritten Digit Recognition in Industrial Processing Neocognition Studies of Pattern Recognition with Self-Learning Layered Neural Networks Analog 3-D Neuroprocessor for Fast Frame Focal Plane Image Processing Simulated Annealing, Boltzmann Machine, and Hardware Annealing Radial Basis Function (RBF) Neural Networks Hardware Implemented Radial Basis Function (RBF): The IBM Zero Instruction Set The RCE Neural Network Probabilistic Neural Networks Model General Regression Neural Networks Model On Classifiers: An Overview Fuzzy Systems and Soft Computing Applications of Fuzzy Systems and Soft Computing for Industrial Electronics Fuzzy Numbers: The Application of Fuzzy Algebra to Safety and Risk Analysis Fuzzy Systems Fuzzy Hardware Fuzzy Modeling and Applications: Controls, Vision, Decisions Fuzzy Logic Control: Basics and Applications Development of an Intelligent Unmanned Helicopter Based on Fuzzy Systems Fuzzy/Neural Modeling NeuFuz - A Combined Neural Net/Fuzzy Logic Tool Neural Network Learning in Fuzzy Systems Neurocontrol and Elastic Fuzzy Logic: Capabilities, Concepts, and Applications Integrated Health Monitoring and Control in Rotocraft Machines Autonomous Neural Control in Flexible Space Structures Fuzzy Pattern Recognition Neural Fuzzy Systems in Handwritten Digit Recognition Fuzzy Algorithms for Learning Vector Quantization Adaptive Resonance Theory Future Directions for Fuzzy Systems and Soft Computing in Industrial Electronics Evolutionary Systems, Computational Intelligence, and Hybrid Systems Applications Applications of Evolutionary Systems for Industrial Electronics Evolutionary Computation Genetic Algorithms Fuzzy Evolutionary/GA Systems Information Fusion by Fuzzy Set Operations and Genetic Algorithms Neural Evolutionary/GA Systems and Applications Computational Intelligence Applications in Industrial Electronics Hybrid Artificial Intelligence Systems Application Techniques (Combining Fuzzy Logic, Artificial Neural Networks, and Probabilistic Reasoning: Soft Computing)
Synthesis of Fuzzy, Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks, and Genetic Algorithm for Hierarchical Intelligence Control Top-Down and Bottom-Up Hybrid Method Advanced Tools for Adaptive Nonlinear Modeling and Control of Power in Large Systems Application of Model Reference Adaptive Control and Adaptive Time-Delay RBF Networks Emerging Technologies Current Applications in Virtual Reality Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS)
Multisensor Fusion and Integration for Intelligent Systems Index

CONTRIBUTORS Kenneth Agehed Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

Marcelo Ang, Jr.
National University of Singapore (Singapore)

Fumihito Arai Nagoya University (Japan)

Tamio Arai University of Tokyo (Japan)

Tom Baginski Auburn University

Vrej Barkhordarian International Rectifier Corporation El Segundo, California

Antal Bejczy Jet Propulsion Laboratory Califomia Institute of Technology

Upendra Belhe University of Iowa

Michael Benard Hewlett Packard SA (Switzerland)

Janos Bencze EKA Factory/El Appliances & Materials (Hungary)

Richard Blade University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Jozsef Borka Hungarian Academy of Sciences

A. John Boye University of Nebraska-Lincoln

William Boyer Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico

William Brogan University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Ronald Brown Marquette University

Janusz Bryzek Lucas NovaSensor Fremont, California

Dan Bugajski Honeywell Technology Center Minneapolis, Minnesota

Denis Calvet DSM/DAPNIA/SEI (France)

Gail Carpenter Boston University

John Carson Irvine Sensors Corporation Costa Mesa, California

Thomas Caudell University of New Mexico

Chen-Yu Chi QualComm, Inc.
Costa Mesa, California

Mo-yuen Chow North Carolina State University

Robert Christie University of Virginia, Charlottesville

WooGon Chung Sung Kyun Kwan University

Michel Combacau L.A.A.S.-C.N.R.S. (France)

J. Arlin Cooper System Studies Albuquerque, New Mexico

Mark Cooper Memphis, Tennessee

Michele Costa CERN (Switzerland)

Marc Courvoisier I.N.S.A. de Toulouse (France)

Timothy Dasey MIT Lincoln Labs Lexington, Massachusetts

Taher Daud Jet Propulsion Laboratory Califomia Institute of Technology

J. Alexis De Abreu-Garcia University of Akron

Martin De Prycker Alcatel Bell Telephone (Belgium)

Jean-Dominique Decotignie Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland)

Bert Dempsey University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Thomas Denney, Jr.
Auburn University

Al Diy International Rectifier Corporation El Segundo, California

Kamel Djidi DSM/DAPNIA/SEI (France)

Rhonda Drayton University of Illinois at Chicago

Jean-Pierre Dufey CERN (Switzerland)

Ernst Dummermuth Rockwell Automation Mayfield Heights, Ohio

Tuan Duong Jet Propulsion Laboratory Califomia Institute of Technology

Ranadeep Dutta International Rectifier Corporation El Segundo, California

Age Eide Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

Charles Einolf, Jr.
Westinghouse Science & Technology Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Prasad Enjeti Texas A&M University

Dale Enns Honeywell Technology Center Minneapolis, Minnesota

Arthuro de la Escalera Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)

Johnny Evers USAF Armament Directorate

Faiq Fazal AT&T Network Systems Warren, New Jersey

A. Bruno Frazier University of Utah

Craig Friedrich Louisiana Tech University

Hiroyuki Fujita University of Tokyo (Japan)

Toshio Fukuda Nagoya University (Japan)

Kunihiko Fukushima Osaka University (Japan)

Diego Gachet Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)

Fathi Ghorbel Rice University

Michael Greene Auburn University

Stephen Grossberg Boston University

Leif Gustafsson Uppsala University

Sandor Halasz Technical University of Budapest (Hungary)

C.C. Hang National University of Singapore

Royce Harbor University of West Florida, Pensacola

Simon Haykin McMaster University (Canada)

John Hecklesmiller Best Power Technology, Inc.
Necedah, Wisconsin

James Heinen Marquette University

James Helferty Pennsylvania State University

Sunderesh Heragu Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Gerry Heydt Arizona State University

Robert Hines Sun Microsystems Arlington, Virginia

Isao Hirano Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan)

Scotte Hodel Auburn University

Mitsuyuki Hombu Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan)

Takamasa Hori Mie University (Japan)

Guan-Chyun Hsieh National Taiwan Institute of Technology

Solve Hultberg Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

James Hung University of Tennessee, Knoxville

John Hung Auburn University

Stephen Hung Ford Motor Company Dearborn, Michigan

Imre Ipsitis Technical University of Budapest (Hungary)

Rokuya Ishii Yokohama National University (Japan)

Mike Jackson Honeywell Technology Center Minneapolis, Minnesota

Yashvant Jani Hitachi American Limited Brisbane, California

Jim Jara-Almonte SSI Technologies, Inc.
Janesville, Wisconsin

Ray Jarvis Monash University (Australia)

Bernard Jiang Yuan-Ze Institute of Technology (Taiwan)

Nicolaos Karayiannis University of Houston

Attila Karpati Technical University of Budapest (Hungary)

Linda P.B. Katehi University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Michael Kay North Carolina State University

Okyay Kaynak Bogazici University (Turkey)

Sabrina Kemeny Jet Propulsion Laboratory Califomia Institute of Technology

Chang-Jin Kim University of California, Los Angeles

Lindsay Kleeman Monash University (Australia)

Teuvo Kohonen Helsinki University of Technology (Finland)

Karl Kluge University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Klaudiusz Kobylecki Uppsala University (Sweden)

Mieczyslaw Kokar Northeastern University

Zbigniew Korona Northeastern University

Mark Kotanchek Pennsylvania State University

Satoru Kotsu Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)

Karoly Kurutz Technical University of Budapest (Hungary)

Andrew Kusiak University of Iowa

Clifford Lau Office of Naval Research Arlington, Virginia

Dave Layden Best Power Technology, Inc.
Necedah, Wisconsin

Tawfik Lazraq Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

Robert Lea Ortech Engineering, Inc.
Houston, Texas

P. Ledu DSM/DAPNIA/SEI (France)

Jay Lee Auburn University

Jeong Lee Georgia Institute of Technology

T.H. Lee National University of Singapore

Michael Lehr Stanford University

Mike Letheren CERN (Switzerland)

Khiang-Wee Lim University of New South Wales (Australia)

Thomas Lindblad Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

Clark Lindsey Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

Anna Loskiewicz-Buczak Allied Signal Morristown, New Jersey

Christopher Lucarelli Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Ren Luo North Carolina State University

Noel MacDonald Cornell University

Neeraj Magotra University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

Atsushi Manabe Ibaraki, Japan

I. Mandjavidze DSM/DAPNIA/SEI (France)

Giridhar Mandyam University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

David Marchette U.S. Navy Dahlgren, Virginia

Alessandro Marchioro CERN (Switzerland)

Walt Maslowski Allen-Bradley Co Mequon, Wisconsin

Wes McCoy Motorola, Inc.
Fort Worth, Texas

Ryosuke Masuda Tokai University (Japan)

Joe Mica NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Evangelia Micheli-Tzanakou Rutgers University

S.A. Miller Cornell University

Nadine Miner Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico

Curtis Moffit Newbridge Networks, Inc.
Herndon, Virginia

Luis Moreno Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)

Blaise Morton Honeywell Technology Center Minneapolis, Minnesota

W. Bosseau Murray Pennsylvania State University, Hershey Medical Center

Herschell Murry Polhemus Inc.
Colchester, Vermont

Hiroshi Nagase Mito Works/Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan)

Rakesh Nagi State University of New York, Buffalo

Istvan Nagy Technical University of Budapest (Hungary)

Vic Nelson Auburn University

Russell Niederjohn Marquette University

Kouhei Ohnishi Keio University (Japan)

Mary Lou Padgett Auburn University

Christian Paillard CERN (Switzerland)

Charles Palmer Pennsylvania State University, Hershey Medical Center

Mario Paludetto L.A.A.S.-C.N.R.S. (France)

Carmen Pancerella Sandia National Laboratories Livermore, California

John Parr University of Evansville

B. Pauwels Alcatel Bell Telephone (Belgium)

Witold Pedrycz University of Manitoba

Sameer Pendharkar University of Wisconsin-Madison

Guido Petit Alcatel Bell Telephone (Belgium)

Richard Pettit Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico

Charles Phillips Auburn University

Juan Pimentel GMI Engineering and Management Institute Flint, Michigan

Patrick Pleinevaux EPFL-LIT (Switzerland)

Tim Poston National University of Singapore

Carey Priebe The Johns Hopkins University

Jean-Marie Proth INRIA Lorraine (France)

M.F. Rahman University of New South Wales (Australia)

Gabriel Rebeiz University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Ray Reed Proteun Services Albuquerque, New Mexico

Douglas Reilly Nestor, Inc.
Providence, Rhode Island

Antonio Ricco Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico

Gary Riley NASA/Johnson Space Center

Anthony Robbi New Jersey Institute of Technology

Stephen Robertson University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Michael Robinson International Rectifier Corporation El Segundo, California

George Rogers U.S. Navy Dahlgren, Virginia

Steven Rogers Air Force Institute of Technology Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

Thaddeus Roppel Auburn University

James Rowland University of Kansas

Dennis Ruck Air Force Institute of Technology Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

David Rumelhart Stanford University

Andrew Russel Monash University (Australia)

David Ryerson Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico

Richard Saeks Accurate Automation Corp.
Chattanooga, Tennessee

M.T.A. Saif Cornell University

Miguel Salichs Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)

Debapriya Sarkar University of Virginia, Charlottesville

Michio Sasaki Tokai University (Japan)

Chris Saunders Irvine Sensors Corp.
Costa Mesa, California

Robert Shelton NASA/Johnson Space Center

Krishna Shenai University of Illinois at Chicago

Gene Sheridan International Rectifier El Segundo, California

Bing Sheu University of Southern California

Takanori Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Naresh Sinha McMaster University (Canada)

Tarek Sobh University of Bridgeport

Jeffrey Solka U.S. Navy Dahlgren, Virginia

Otis Solomon Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico

Donald Specht Lockheed Missiles and Space Co., Inc.
Palo Alto, California

P. Sphicas Massachusetts Institute of Technology

James Stanislawski National Power Laboratory Necedah, Wisconsin

Samuel Stearns Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico

Laura Steffek Best Power Technology, Inc.
Necedah, Wisconsin

Gunter Stein Honeywell Technology Center Minneapolis, Minnesota

Timothy Strayer Sandia National Laboratories Livermore, California

John Sublett University of Virginia, Charlottesville

Michio Sugeno Tokyo Institute of Technology (Japan)

Konstanty Sumorok Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Harold Szu University of Southwestern Louisiana

Yu-Chong Tai California Institute of Technology

Hideyuki Takagi Kyushu Institute of Design (Japan)

Kota Takahashi The University of Electro-Communications (Japan)

K.K. Tan National University of Singapore

Li Tan Iterated Systems Atlanta, Georgia

Kazuo Tanic ME Laboratory MITI, Bio-Robotics Division (Japan)

Brian Telfer MIT Lincoln Laboratory Lexington, Massachusetts

Hannu Tenhunen Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

S. Tether Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Anil Thakoor Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology

Victor Trent Auburn University

Malay Trivedi University of Wisconsin-Madison

Lefteri Tsoukalas Purdue University

Robert Uhrig University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Kazunori Umeda Chuo University (Japan)

Belle Upadhyaya University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Vadim Utkin The Ohio State University, Columbus

Michael Vasile Louisiana Tech University

Robert Veillette The University of Akron

Rao Vemuri University of California, Davis

H. Verhille Alcatel Bell Telephone (Belgium)

Darrell Vines Texas Tech University

Ljubisa Vlacic Griffith University (Australia)

Patrick Walter Texas Christian University

Keith Warren Litton Guidance and Control Systems Woodland Hills, California

Alfred Weaver University of Virginia, Charlottesville

Tom Weller University of South Florida

Paul Werbos NSF Arlington, Virginia

Charles White Auburn, Alabama

Bernard Widow Stanford University

Robert Wilhelm The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Theodore Williams Purdue University

Howard Winston United Technologies Research Center East Hartford, Connecticut

Seth Wolpert Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg Campus

Walter Wong Queensland University of Technology (Australia)

Tony Wu University of Southern California

Hiro Yamasaki Yokogawa Electric Corporation (Japan)

Choon-seng Yee National University of Singapore

Der-Zong Yeh OES/ITRI, Electro-Optics Division (Taiwan)

Gary Yen U.S. Air Force Kirkland Air Force Base, New Mexico

Brian Young Best Power Technology, Inc.
Necedah, Wisconsin

Lofti Zadeh University of California, Berkeley

D.A. Zahner Rutgers University

Dian-cheng Zhang Hefei University of Technology (People's Republic of China)

MengChu Zhou New Jersey Institute of Technology

Richard Zurawski Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)

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