Parameter plane techniques for feedback control systems
Nutting, Roger M.
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Approved for public release; distribution unlimited.Parameter plane techniques were first introduced in an IEEE paper dated November 4, 1964. The paper dealt mainly with the theory of the parameter plane whereby the roots of a polynomial could be determined graphically in terms of two parameters which may appear linearly in any of the coefficients. In this text, parameter plane techniques are applied to the compensation of linear feedback control systems by both graphical and analytical means. Parameter plane equations are extended to include parameter products and three parameters. An attempt is made to show the complementary roles of the parameter plane and root locus. The writer wishes to express his appreciation for the assistance and guidance given him by Dr. G. J. Thaler of the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School in this investigation.
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