Sampling rates in digital realization of continuous dynamic systems.

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  • English
Columbia University , [New York
Discrete-time sys
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The conversion of digital signals from a given sampling rate to a second, arbitrary sampling rate, with both sampling rates derived from independent clock generators, is : Gennaro Evangelista. The multirate system model we will develop is related to the model presented by Araki [14] and then expanded by Godbout et al.

[15] to include a more general sampling first consider the continuous plant which may include any filter or sensor dynamics appended to it.

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This well-respected, market-leading text discusses the use of digital computers in the real-time control of dynamic systems. The emphasis is on the design of digital controls that achieve good dynamic response and small errors while using signals that are sampled in time and quantized in amplitude.

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Subband Coding of Speech Signals, Quadrature Mirror Filters. Transmultiplexers. Oversampiing A/D and D/A Conversion. ODEs [1, 5], and nonlinear systems analysis [17, 13]. 2 Theory In this section we summarize some general tools for the analysis of continuous switching systems.

The first new tool we introduce is an extension of Bendixson's Theorem on the existence of limit cycles to the case of Lipschitz continuous vector fields. The. Optimal sampling rates and LQG control.

The existence of optimal sampling rates and a way to compute them have been established for digital time-varying LQG tracking problems with an exogenous component and costs associated to taking measurements. They have been published in an economic context.