Stability of zeros of discrete-time multivariable systems with GSHF

@article{Liang2009StabilityOZ,
  title={Stability of zeros of discrete-time multivariable systems with GSHF},
  author={Shan Liang and Xiaodong Xian and Kaiming Xie},
  journal={2009 International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control},
  year={2009},
  pages={384-387}
}
This paper is concerned with the stability of zeros of the discrete-time multivariable system composed of a generalized sample hold function (GSHF), a continuous-time plant with the degrees of infinite elementary divisors being two or three, and a sampler in cascade. The properties of the limiting zeros are studied and the conditions for ensuring the stability of the limiting zeros of the discrete-time systems for sufficiently small sampling periods are derived. It is a natural extension of… CONTINUE READING

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