Frequency response in the parameter plane
Glavis, George Oscar
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Algebraic Methods are employed for frequency response studies of physical systems. The transfer function of each system's mathematical model is composed of at least two independent variables embedded in the coefficients. These, together with magnitude, angular frequency, and phase angle are the variable parameters to be studied. Computer programs are developed for graphically representing these variable parameters. Interpretation of these results is made to evaluate the utility of such methods in design and analysis studies.
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