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Analysis of discrete physical systems

Analysis of discrete physical systems

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English


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Statement[by]Herman E. Koenig... [et al.].
SeriesMcGraw-Hill Electricaland Electronic Engineering series
ContributionsKoenig, Herman E.
The Physical Object
Pagination447 p.
Number of Pages447
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20871544M

Discrete Control Systems establishes a basis for the analysis and design of discretized/quantized control systems for continuous physical systems. Beginning with the necessary mathematical foundations and system-model descriptions, the text moves on . A Discrete-Time Approach for System Analysis is a five-chapter text that considers the underlying principles and application of a discrete-time approach to system analysis. Chapter 1 presents several different unit functions that are used in practice and describes how to obtain a closed form for the sequence of unit functions by using the E.

– Spectral Analysis Systems • Linear Time-Invariant Systems – Time and frequency domain analysis – Any kind of physical variable subject to variations represents a signal • Discrete time signal: a signal that is specified only for discrete values of theFile Size: 2MB.   Chapters 4 and 5 discuss several applications of impulse analysis to control problems, basically, system analysis and identification. This book is particularly useful to engineers with an introduction to some techniques for finding solutions of certain time-invariant, time-varying, and nonlinear differential equations arising in physical Edition: 1.

Digital Control Systems Analysis and Design is appropriate for a one semester/two-quarter senior-level course in digital or discrete-time controls. It is also a suitable reference for practicing engineers. This best-selling text places emphasis on the practical aspects of designing and implementing digital control Size: KB. Just as with signals, we can consider continuous-time systems and discrete-time systems. Examples of the former include atmospheric, physical, electrical and biological systems, where the quantities of interest change continuously over time. Examples of discrete-time systems include communication and computing systems, where transmissions or File Size: KB.


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