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Polynomial Control Systems Example: Designing a Pseudo-Diagonalizing Compensator

Dr. Neil Munro

When the Perron-Frobenius scaling approach is not able to produce a diagonal scaling compensator that achieves diagonal dominance, designers have to consider the use of a nondiagonal matrix compensator. One such approach is illustrated here in Polynomial Control Systems.

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pseudo-diagonalizing compensator, diagonalizing, Perron-Frobenius, nondiagonal matrix compensator, Nyquist array, compensator, feedback, closed loops, control systems, Polynomial Control Systems
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