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ASME, vol. 65, no. 5. pp. 433—444, July 1943. A Abscissa of convergence 812 Absolute value complex number 826 acker.m 522, 530, 544 Ackermann’s estimator formula 547 Ackermann’s formula pole placement 521, 857~860 SRL 532 derivation 860 undamped oscillator example 522 AC motor actuators 56 ACSL 711 Actuators 4 control system design procedure 709 sizing root locus extension methods 335 Actuator saturation feedback system 227 A/D converters 683 digitization 648 word size effects 687 Adams prize 13 Addition matrix laws for 838 Additional poles effect of 150—156 Index exercise problems related to 193—195 locus branches 299 Adjugate matrix 840 Agilent Technologies 370 Aircraft lateral and longitudinal control control system design procedure 733—751 nonlinear equations 733-735 Aircraft coordinates definition 734 Aircraft response using MATLAB example 153—156 Airy, G. B. 12 Aizerman’s conjecture 68 Algebraic manipulations 827—829 Aliasing example 684 z and s-plane 655 Altimeter 745 Altitude-hold autopilot control system design procedure 745—751 Amplitude armature voltage torque-speed curves 56 frequency response design method 442 Amplitude ratio 101 Amplitude scaling 74 Amplitude stabilization 442 Analog computer components 134 implementation example 134—135 Analog controller discrete equivalent example 248—249 Analog implementation 320—322 Analog prefilters aliasing reduction 684 Analog to digital (A/D) converters 683 digitization 648 word size effects 687 Analysis tools discrete design 668—670 Analytic functions complex variables 832 Analyzing system response tools 2 Anti—alias prefilters 684—685 effect of sample rate selection 691—692 Anti-windup compensation PI controller example 229—230 887 ...
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