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OutputResponse   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
OutputResponse[sys, u, {t, t_min, t_max}] gives the numeric output response of system sys to the input u for t_min <= t <= t_max. OutputResponse[sys, {u[0], u[1], ...}] gives ...
Delay Control Systems   (Mathematica Guide)
Time delays are common in a variety of systems, often caused by communication lags, material transport, delayed sensing, etc. Time delays can cause instabilities and are ...
Descriptor Control Systems   (Mathematica Guide)
Descriptor state-space models can include both dynamic and algebraic equations, as is common in electrical circuits or constrained mechanical systems. This makes modeling ...
Control Systems   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica provides an extensive suite of built-in functionality to carry out analysis, design, and simulation of continuous- and discrete-time control systems using both ...
PIDTune   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
PIDTune[lsys] gives a feedback PID controller for the linear time-invariant system lsys. PIDTune[lsys, " carch"] gives a controller of architecture " carch" ("P", "PI", ...
RecurrenceFilter   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
RecurrenceFilter[{\[Alpha], \[Beta]}, x] filters x using a linear recurrence equation with coefficients \[Alpha] and \[Beta]. RecurrenceFilter[tf, x] uses a discrete-time ...
TransferFunctionZeros   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
TooltipBox[" "]TransferFunctionZeros[tfm] gives a matrix of roots of the numerators in the TransferFunctionModel tfm. 9+TransferFunctionZeros[tfm, reg] only gives the roots ...
FeedbackSector   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
FeedbackSector is an option to NyquistPlot that specifies the sector limits of the nonlinearity in the feedback.
SystemsModelExtract   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SystemsModelExtract[sys, {in_1, ...}] extracts the subsystem of the systems model sys associated with inputs at position in_i. SystemsModelExtract[sys, {in_1, ...}, {out_1, ...
BesselFilterModel   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
BesselFilterModel[n] designs a lowpass Bessel filter of order n and cutoff frequency 1. BesselFilterModel[{n, \[Omega]_c}] uses the cutoff frequency \[Omega]_c. ...
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