MacRootLocus, a CAD design tool for feedback control systems
Ko, Sung Hoon
Thaler, George J.
Titus, Harold A.
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MacRootLocus, a computer—aided design program, was developed as an analysis and design tool for linear feedback control systems. A variety of programs are presently available for the IBM—PC and IBM mainframe. The Apple Macintosh offers just a one—parameter root locus method capability. MacRootLocus supports both one— and two—parameter root locus methods on the Apple Macintosh. It is written in the computer language Turbo Pascal which is the native language of the Apple Macintosh and is designed with the same user—friendliness and standard interface philosophy the Macintosh was designed for.
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