What You Will Find In This Book? Don't you wish you could read the morning paper faster than you are reading these days? It would definitely get you to work more quickly every day. What about the lengthy distracting emails at work that you must refer and correspond to immediately? Or what about taking the usual fill of bulky textbooks to prepare for your school examinations? Why use up your hard earned money to extensive and expensive training courses when speed reading is easily a skill that you can teach yourself. In Speed Reading for Beginners there is a comprehensive guide to the good and the bad of speed reading. It goes with consideration of people and their own separate set of skills and speed of reading Time being the most precious and non refundable of all resources determines your success in life depending on how you use it. The Speed Reading for Beginners eBook contains the following: 1.The average statistics of how much an average person reads. 2.The full comprehensive guide on how to speed up your reading 3.Comprehensive tips on the techniques that improve your speed reading pace. 4.The various speed reading methods. 5.The Lead In to whether speed reading really helps in the real world. 6.Evident Benefits of Speed Reading. Just flip the page and start your brain training for superfast reading skills!
Structured Controllers for Uncertain Systems focuses on the development of easy-to-use design strategies for robust low-order or fixed-structure controllers (particularly the industrially ubiquitous PID controller). These strategies are based on a recently-developed stochastic optimization method termed the "Heuristic Kalman Algorithm" (HKA) the use of which results in a simplified methodology that enables the solution of the structured control problem without a profusion of user-defined parameters. An overview of the main stochastic methods employable in the context of continuous non-convex optimization problems is also provided and various optimization criteria for the design of a structured controller are considered; H8, H2, and mixed H2/H8 each merits a chapter to itself. Time-domain-performance specifications can be easily incorporated in the design.
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