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  1. ASCC 2009 Workshop
  2. After Example 6.8, reference to equation (6.20) should be equation (6.24)
  3. Asymptotic stability of a nonlinear, damped, mass spring system
  4. At the end of Example 5.12, "dynamics ... evolve" should be "dynamics evolve"
  5. Caption of Figure 4.3 has grammatical error
  6. Errata: The PID integral time constant T i for the op amp implementation should be equal to R 2 C 2
  7. Exercise: Properties of linear discrete time systems
  8. Exercise: State feedback control of an AFM in contact mode
  9. Exercise: Supply chain simulation study
  10. Exercise: Vehicle powertrain modeling and cruise control
  11. FAQ: Are the percentages in the definition of rise time, overshoot measured from the final value, or the size of the input change?
  12. FAQ: Are there rigorous ways of determining if it's impossible to meet certain/multiple performance specifications?
  13. FAQ: How can we tell from the phase plots if the system is oscillating?
  14. FAQ: How do you show that exp(T S inv(T)) = T exp(S) inv(T)?
  15. FAQ: How does a pole at high frequency prevent PID amplification of high frequency noise?
  16. FAQ: How does moving a pole at zero to a small value prevent integrator windup?
  17. 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?
  18. FAQ: In Example 5.3, why is the A matrix in the given form?
  19. FAQ: In Exercise 2.10, what do the variables phi represent?
  20. FAQ: In Section 6.4 (integral action), doesn't the value of z e depend on K?
  21. FAQ: In equation (6.23), shouldn't the B matrix have omega 0^2?
  22. FAQ: In the congestion control model, what does it mean to evaluate r i at time t - tau i?
  23. FAQ: In the displayed equation after equation (8.3), how can you set x(0), a constant, to a function of s?
  24. FAQ: In the two compartment model, what does q0 represent?
  25. FAQ: Is the log in Bode integral formula log 10 or log e ?
  26. FAQ: Isn't the sensitivity function the same as the function used for steady state error? How are they related?
  27. FAQ: Should the sum in Bode's integral formula be over the real part of the unstable poles?
  28. FAQ: Under what conditions is the Bode plot misleading versus the Nyquist plot for stability?
  29. FAQ: What are the conditions for stability or instability based on the number of zeroes in the RHP?
  30. FAQ: What are the parameters for the Whipple bicycle model?
  31. FAQ: What do the double vertical bars mean at the end of Section 4.1?
  32. FAQ: What does it mean for a non-square matrix to be full rank?
  33. FAQ: What happens if a or L are negative in Zeigler-Nichols PID tuning?
  34. FAQ: What happens when the Nyquist plot goes exactly through -1?
  35. FAQ: What is closed form?
  36. FAQ: What is steady state error?
  37. FAQ: What types of students have taken courses using this text?
  38. FAQ: Why is it better to use a lead controller than a PD controller?
  39. In Equation 7.2, dot is over the subscript
  40. In Example 5.11, extra "a" in description of P
  41. In Exercise 7.12, it refers to 'Exercise ??.'
  42. In Problem 6.8, discrete time system does not progress
  43. In Section 6.3, there is a discrepancy between variables for discrete/continuous
  44. In Section 9.1 there's a typo where it talks about Laplace transforms
  45. In Section 9.3 there's a missing comma
  46. In Section 9.3 there's a misspelling
  47. In Section 9.3 there are equations that use the variable 'n' when it should be 'w'
  48. In Section 9.4 there's a sentence with a grammar issue
  49. In Section 9.4 there's a sentence with an extra word
  50. In caption for Figure 5.11, "nonlinear systems" should be "nonlinear system"

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