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Analysis and Design of Feedback Control Systems Using Mathematica

Pradipto Ghosh

Wolfram Technology Conference 2011
Conference location

Champaign, Illinois, USA

Feedback control systems find widespread application in physical, biological, information, and economic systems. This talk will focus on the modeling, analysis, and design of such systems using Mathematica. Topics covered will include the use of Mathematica in studying representations of both continuous and discrete-time systems; their stability, controllability, and observability properties; and classical control aspects such as root locus, Bode design methods, and Nyquist stability. Techniques available in Mathematica for the design of control systems with specific desired characteristics and the synthesis of state estimators and feedback controllers for both deterministic and stochastic linear systems will also be discussed.

*Mathematica Technology

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