Routh table

Routh table

[′rau̇th ‚tā·bəl]
(mathematics)
An array of numbers each of which is formed from coefficients of an algebraic equation in a specified manner; the first row of this array constitutes the sequence used in Routh's rule.
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d]) values that hold both [rho] and [phi] to be Hurwitz and satisfy the robust performance condition, Routh table was used.
Table 3: Routh Table for the condition 2 ([psi]) Routh-Hurwitz: 1st TF Zeros are: column is: [s.