zero-order hold

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zero-order hold

[′zir·ō ¦ȯrd·ər ′hōld]
(control systems)
A device which converts a sampled output into an output which is held constant between samples at the last sampled value.
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The continuous object transfer function (7) is converted to discrete time assuming a zero order hold on the input.
The converter unit realizes analog-to-digital converting using Zero Order Hold block.
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Zhu, "Zeros of sampled systems with fractional order hold implemented by zero order hold," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Processing Systems (ICIPS '97), vol.
The continuous object transfer function is converted to discrete time assuming a zero order hold on the inputs.