2010 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to control system methodology for model reduction, robust servomechanisms, and decentralized control.
2005 - Fellow of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC)
1977 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
The Canadian Academy of Engineering
His scientific interests lie mostly in Control theory, Servomechanism, Robust control, Multivariable calculus and Control system. Edward J. Davison interconnects Control engineering and Decentralised system in the investigation of issues within Control theory. His research investigates the connection with Servomechanism and areas like Control synthesis which intersect with concerns in Pole–zero plot.
Edward J. Davison has researched Multivariable calculus in several fields, including Order, Output feedback, Mathematical optimization, Linear-quadratic-Gaussian control and Constant. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Control system, concentrating on Optimal control and intersecting with Automatic frequency control and Open-loop controller. His research integrates issues of Observer and Exponential stability in his study of Control theory.
His primary scientific interests are in Control theory, Control theory, Servomechanism, Control engineering and Control system. His Control theory study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Decentralised system. Edward J. Davison combines subjects such as Stability, Mathematical optimization and Nonlinear system with his study of Control theory.
His Servomechanism research includes themes of Exponential stability, Optimal control and Constant. His studies deal with areas such as Actuator and Automatic control as well as Control engineering. His Linear system research incorporates elements of Transfer function and Controllability.
Edward J. Davison mostly deals with Control theory, Control theory, Control engineering, Servomechanism and Decentralised system. Control theory is closely attributed to Constant in his study. His Control theory research integrates issues from Stability, Quotient, Model predictive control and Optimal control.
His Control engineering study incorporates themes from Control system and Actuator. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quadratic equation and Positive systems in addition to Servomechanism. His Linear system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Minimum phase, Measure and Multivariable calculus.
Control theory, Decentralised system, Control engineering, Control theory and Linear system are his primary areas of study. His study on LTI system theory, Servomechanism, Robust control and Controllability is often connected to Radius as part of broader study in Control theory. In his work, Lead vehicle, Automatic control, Tractive force and Vehicle dynamics is strongly intertwined with Platoon, which is a subfield of Decentralised system.
His studies in Control engineering integrate themes in fields like Control system and Actuator. His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Optimization problem, Plane and Theory of computation. He has researched Linear system in several fields, including Process control, Output feedback and Constant.
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The robust control of a servomechanism problem for linear time-invariant multivariable systems
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1976)
On the stabilization of decentralized control systems
Shih-Ho Wang;E. Davison.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1973)
On "A method for simplifying linear dynamic systems"
M. Chidambara;E. Davison.
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1966)
Properties and calculation of transmission zeros of linear multivariable systems
E.J Davison;S.H Wang.
Multivariable tuning regulators: The feedforward and robust control of a general servomechanism problem
conference on decision and control (1975)
Robust control of a general servomechanism problem: The servo compensator
E.J. Davison;A. Goldenberg.
A formula for computation of the real stability radius
Li Qiu;B. Bernhardsson;A. Rantzer;E.J. Davison.
The output control of linear time-invariant multivariable systems with unmeasurable arbitrary disturbances
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control (1972)
The robust decentralized control of a general servomechanism problem
conference on decision and control (1975)
Performance limitations of non-minimum phase systems in the servomechanism problem
L. Qui;E. J. Davison.
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