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University of Maryland at College Park Dept. of Aerospace Engineering ENAE 432: Aerospace Control Systems Matlab and Control Systems Issued: 5 Mar. 2011 Up until now I have kept you away from Matlab so you can develop the basic analytical tools you’ll need to understand and eFectively use all of the techniques we will subsequently develop in this course. Starting with the Question #4 on this homework, use of Matlab will be unrestricted, and in fact it will become an integral part of our coursework. (Questions #1-#3 on Problem Set #5 should be solved analytically, but #4-#7 and all subsequent problems may use Matlab). Please remember that any use of Matlab in your solutions should be documented by including diary transcripts, m-±les, or plots as appropriate. You must also interpret the results of the Matlab calculations in the context of the engineering analysis being requested in the problem; credit will not be given for Matlab output without corresponding narrative discussion of the meaning of the results. ²inally, you of course may not jointly write Matlab code, nor use someone else’s code in your solutions. A major feature of Matlab which we will use in this course is the
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