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root locus plot

[′rüt ¦lō·kəs ‚plät]
(control systems)
A plot in the complex plane of values at which the loop transfer function of a feedback control system is a negative number.
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Another approach is (Balestrino & Landi, 2002), which details a multiple vehicle path-planning coordination using root locus approach, but it is constrained to structured work space with known obstacles, to navigate at flat surface without collisions.
4]) is located on the right hand plane (RHP) that can be visualized on a root locus in Figure 4.
The compensator is designed based on phase margin criteria and location of roots depends on the root locus technique.
His topics include mathematical preliminaries, the Routh-Hurwitz criterion, the root locus diagram, some nonlinear control theory, and control of hybrid systems.
The open loop poles of the transfer functions corresponding to the dynamics described in (1) and (2) are shown by means of root locus plots in Fig.
The topics include dynamic response and the Laplace transform method, spring and damper elements in mechanical systems, fluid and thermal systems, control system design and the root locus plot, and vibrator applications.
This book provides advanced knowledge in the field of modern rotor dynamics and bearing technology using Root Locus analysis with modern equations.
Twelve chapters cover modeling and control of engineering systems, modeling of dynamic systems, model linearization, linear graphs, transfer-function and frequency-domain models, response analysis and simulation, control system structure and performance, stability and root locus method, controller design and tuning, digital control, advanced control, and control system instrumentation.
An analysis and design using root locus (time-response) procedures are presented next, and the equally important frequency response analysis and design procedures are described.
Methodology for using root locus technique for mobile robots path planning
2 contains 35 chapters, including 4 chapters on signals and systems, and chapters on the root locus method, frequency response methods, and Kalman filters as dynamic system state observers in the largest section, on mechatronic system control.