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The validation of the boosting approach is illustrated using a magnetic levitation system. 13 14 Introduction The ﬁnal chapter of the book, Chapter 8, provides the proofs of all formal statements included in the book. As it follows from the above overview, this volume transfers most of LC to QLC. Speciﬁcally, the saturating random sensitivity function and the tracking quality indicators accomplish this for frequency domain techniques, the S-root locus for time domain techniques, and SLQR/SLQG for state space techniques.
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A Course in Combinatorial Optimization by Schrijver A.