non-minimum-phase system

non-minimum-phase system

[¦nän¦min·ə·məm ′fāz ‚sis·təm]
(control systems)
A linear system whose transfer function has one or more poles or zeros with positive, nonzero real parts.
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Based on disadvantages of ZOH and FOH, FROH was introduced to have non-minimum-phase system. Using adjustable slope of holder in FROH, very small sampling time guarantees that additional generated zeros of the sampled systems are minimum-phase in the system with relative degrees of 0,1, and 2.
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