Corpus ID: 14155131

Dead-beat response of SISO systems to parabolic inputs with optimum step and ramp responses

  title={Dead-beat response of SISO systems to parabolic inputs with optimum step and ramp responses},
  author={Constantine A. Barbargires and C. Karybakas},
The design problem of optimum control systems with dead-beat response to parabolic inputs is considered. The optimization is performed by the minimization of the sum of the squared-error coefficients of the system due to step and ramp inputs, where different weighting factors are used for each error sequence. Response characteristics are illustrated through diagrams of typical prototype responses and normalized overshoot and cost function curves. 
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Discrete-time control systems , Discrete-time control systems , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
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