Though there have been significant advances in the theory and applications of linear time-invariant systems, developments regarding repetitive control have been sporadic. At the same time, there is a dearth of literature on repetitive control (RC) for nonlinear systems.
Addressing that gap, this book discusses a range of basic methods for solving RC problems in nonlinear systems, including two commonly used methods and three original ones. Providing valuable tools for researchers working on the development of repetitive control, these new and fundamental methods are one of the major features of the book, which will benefit researchers, engineers, and graduate students in e.g. the field of control theory.