Computer techniques for system synthesis
Breslin, Michael Joseph
Thaler, G. J.
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A major hindrance to the use of algebraic techniques for the design of linear control systems is the non-linearity of the equations describing the system. The equations for a general class of control systems are shown to be linear in certain groupings of variables contained in, or added to, the systems. A design technique based on the solution of these linear equations is outlined, and a digital computer program which will accomplish the design is presented
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