Based on a structured approach to diversity, notably inspired by various forms of diversity of natural origins, Diversity and Non-integer Derivation Applied to System Dynamics
provides a study framework to the introduction of the non-integer derivative as a modeling tool. Modeling tools that highlight unsuspected dynamical performances (notably damping performances) in an "integer" approach of mechanics and automation are also included. Written to enable a two-tier reading, this is an essential resource for scientists, researchers, and industrial engineers interested in this subject area.
Table of Contents:
1. From Diversity to Unexpected Dynamic
2. The Robustness of Damping.
3. Fractional Differentiation and its Memory.
4. CRONE Suspension Idea.
5. CRONE Control Idea
Chapter 1 – From diversity to unexpected dynamic performances
Chapter 2 – On the robustness of amortization
Chapter 3 – On fractional derivation and its memory
Chapter 4 – The CRONE suspension
Chapter 5 – The CRONE control
Appendices of computational nature