State space analysis of control systems

@inproceedings{1967StateSA,
  title={State space analysis of control systems},
  author={克彦 尾形},
  year={1967}
}
In order to introduce some key ideas in state-variable system modeling, we need to use signal-flow graphs. These graphs allow for only three types of operations: • Addition of incoming signals at a node: Here the node is a small circle. Any signal flowing out of a node is the sum of all the signals flowing in. • Amplification by a fixed factor, positive or negative: the gain is just written above the signal path. • Integration: This is denoted by a box containing the integral sign, or 1/s. 
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