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  1. FAQ: How does a pole at high frequency prevent PID amplification of high frequency noise?‏‎ (03:31, 13 November 2005)
  2. FAQ: How does moving a pole at zero to a small value prevent integrator windup?‏‎ (03:37, 13 November 2005)
  3. FAQ: What happens if a or L are negative in Zeigler-Nichols PID tuning?‏‎ (03:39, 13 November 2005)
  4. FAQ: What are the conditions for stability or instability based on the number of zeroes in the RHP?‏‎ (04:05, 13 November 2005)
  5. FAQ: Under what conditions is the Bode plot misleading versus the Nyquist plot for stability?‏‎ (04:12, 13 November 2005)
  6. FAQ: Is the log in Bode integral formula log 10 or log e ?‏‎ (17:47, 19 November 2005)
  7. FAQ: Isn't the sensitivity function the same as the function used for steady state error? How are they related?‏‎ (17:49, 19 November 2005)
  8. FAQ: If I am controlling a second order delay-less plant, it will never give sustained oscillations with P control. Then how do I find the ultimate gain using the Ziegler Nichols method?‏‎ (17:24, 31 December 2005)
  9. 10 Feb 06 Meeting Notes‏‎ (19:28, 23 March 2006)
  10. 14 Mar 06 Meeting Notes‏‎ (19:31, 23 March 2006)
  11. FAQ: How is 'open loop' a feedback mechanism?‏‎ (06:39, 25 March 2006)
  12. FAQ: What is the definition of a system?‏‎ (07:07, 25 March 2006)
  13. FAQ: How can we tell from the phase plots if the system is oscillating?‏‎ (07:16, 25 March 2006)
  14. FAQ: How do we learn how to translate MATLAB equations into the Simulink diagrams?‏‎ (07:27, 25 March 2006)
  15. FAQ: How do you know when your model is sufficiently complex?‏‎ (07:34, 25 March 2006)
  16. FAQ: What is a state? How does one determine what is a state and what is not?‏‎ (07:36, 25 March 2006)
  17. FAQ: What is the advantage of having a model?‏‎ (07:36, 25 March 2006)
  18. FAQ: In the mass-spring system modelling the car, one of the springs is fixed to a wall. How does that model the car when that "spring" on the car is connected to the chassis?‏‎ (07:36, 25 March 2006)
  19. 13 Jan 06 Meeting Notes‏‎ (16:39, 16 April 2006)
  20. LaTeX Formatting Guidelines‏‎ (16:47, 16 April 2006)
  21. AM05 Pending‏‎ (17:02, 20 April 2006)
  22. FAQ: What is an example of a system with Re(λ)=0 that is not stable? What if Im(λ) is not zero?‏‎ (15:08, 22 April 2006)
  23. FAQ: How do you show that exp(T S inv(T)) = T exp(S) inv(T)?‏‎ (15:20, 22 April 2006)
  24. FAQ: How can I go from a continuous linear ODE to a discrete representation?‏‎ (15:49, 22 April 2006)
  25. FAQ: What is a stochastic system?‏‎ (17:48, 23 April 2006)
  26. FAQ: In a difference equation, how is the state continuous even though the time is discrete?‏‎ (17:49, 23 April 2006)
  27. FAQ: Are the percentages in the definition of rise time, overshoot measured from the final value, or the size of the input change?‏‎ (17:52, 23 April 2006)
  28. Implementation‏‎ (21:32, 18 May 2006)
  29. FAQ: Can we get more information about state space formulation?‏‎ (14:54, 28 May 2006)
  30. AM05 Changes‏‎ (14:59, 28 May 2006)
  31. Action Items‏‎ (23:34, 2 July 2006)
  32. Balance systems‏‎ (02:31, 5 July 2006)
  33. Ball and beam system‏‎ (04:35, 6 July 2006)
  34. Phase locked loop‏‎ (04:36, 6 July 2006)
  35. Applications and Examples‏‎ (15:55, 7 July 2006)
  36. 23 Apr 06 Meeting Notes‏‎ (17:36, 8 July 2006)
  37. Appendices‏‎ (20:51, 24 July 2006)
  38. Predator prey system‏‎ (14:01, 5 September 2006)
  39. FAQ: In the predator prey example, where is the fox birth rate term?‏‎ (14:11, 5 September 2006)
  40. FAQ: Why isn't there a term for the rabbit death rate besides being killed by the foxes?‏‎ (14:12, 5 September 2006)
  41. FAQ: Why is the parameter "a" in the predator-prey problem used as both death of rabbit and birth of foxes?‏‎ (16:10, 8 September 2006)
  42. Asymptotic stability of a nonlinear, damped, mass spring system‏‎ (01:30, 12 September 2006)
  43. Exercise: Everyday examples of feedback systems*‏‎ (16:44, 16 September 2006)
  44. Exercise: Vestibulo-occular reflex*‏‎ (16:45, 16 September 2006)
  45. Exercise: Integral action produces zero steady state error*‏‎ (17:06, 16 September 2006)
  46. Exercise: Human balance system*‏‎ (17:50, 16 September 2006)
  47. Exercise: Exploring the dynamics of the ball and beam system‏‎ (17:51, 16 September 2006)
  48. Exercise: Insect flight control modeling‏‎ (17:52, 16 September 2006)
  49. Exercise: Traffic light simulation‏‎ (17:52, 16 September 2006)
  50. Additional Exercises‏‎ (17:53, 16 September 2006)

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