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In Theorem 12.2 it says "Assume that the loop transfer function L(s) is such that sL(s) goes to zero as s -> inf, then the sensitivity function satisfies the following integral:". This sentence either needs to be split up into two sentences by replacing the comma with a period, or it needs to be rephrased (such as "Assume" -> "Assuming"). | In Theorem 12.2 it says "Assume that the loop transfer function L(s) is such that sL(s) goes to zero as s -> inf, then the sensitivity function satisfies the following integral:". This sentence either needs to be split up into two sentences by replacing the comma with a period, or it needs to be rephrased (such as "Assume" -> "Assuming"). |

## Revision as of 17:08, 25 March 2017

Edition | Second |
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Version number | 3.0h |

Submission date | 11/22/2016 |

Your name | Chanud Yasanayake |

E-mail address | cyasanay@caltech.edu |

Chapter | 12.6 |

Page number | 12-30 |

Line number | 18 |

Current status | Pending |

In Theorem 12.2 it says "Assume that the loop transfer function L(s) is such that sL(s) goes to zero as s -> inf, then the sensitivity function satisfies the following integral:". This sentence either needs to be split up into two sentences by replacing the comma with a period, or it needs to be rephrased (such as "Assume" -> "Assuming").