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Unformatted text preview: equilibirum = .01 y = .8  x converges to .01 the desired equilibrium point Despite fluctuation, x is still bounded within a value very close to .01 the desired equilibrium point for both of these graphs at y = .8 and y = .054 y = .054  x converges to .01 the desired equilibrium point Part X With a sampling interval of 14 x fluctuates once again, but as time progresses it converges to .01 With a sampling interval of 15 x fluctuates and doesnt necessarily converge to .01 but fluctuates within .0013 and .009. Thus the discrete controller is beginning to fail or has failed at this sampling interval By incrementing the sampling interval to 16, it is evident that the controller has failed as the value of x blows up after a certain time before 12000 . Therefore, a sampling interval of at most 14 is required to ensure that the value of x converges to .01 at equilibrium....
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course ELEC ENGR 141 taught by Professor Roychowdhury during the Fall '11 term at UCLA.
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