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Explicit conditions for ripple-free dead-beat control

@article{Karybakas1996ExplicitCF,
  title={Explicit conditions for ripple-free dead-beat control},
  author={C. Karybakas and Constantine A. Barbargires},
  journal={Kybernetika},
  year={1996},
  volume={32},
  pages={601-614}
}
A generalized and systematic approach to the problem of dead-beat response to polyno­ mial time-domain inputs is presented. Necessary and sufficient conditions for the impulse response coefficients of the system, in the form of a set of linear equations, are derived. For the case of minimum prototype systems, a formula for the explicit computation of the overall pulse transfer function of the system is deduced and their properties are fur­ ther studied, together with their ability to track… Expand
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