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transfer matrix

[′tranz·fər ‚mā·triks]
(control systems)
The generalization of the concept of a transfer function to a multivariable system; it is the matrix whose product with the vector representing the input variables yields the vector representing the output variables.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Owing to the excitation of OTS and the method of transfer matrix, the structure can achieve almost total absorption in the THz band.
where Z(k) denotes the displacement before the kth adjustment, U(k) is the external force of the kth adjustment, and B represents the transfer matrix of the external force and actual displacement.
The rest of the paper is organized as follows: firstly, the general propagation formulae of the Airy beam propagating through the paraxial optical system are calculated in space domain by transfer matrix and the Collins integral.
Theoretically, the transfer matrix from the robot-based coordinate to coordinate [P.sub.1]-XYZ is
(iv) [??] [member of] {PR} denotes that the transfer matrix [??](s) of a linear time-invariant system is positive real; that is, [??](s) + [[??].sup.T] (-s) [greater than or equal to] 0 for all Re s > 0, and [??] [member of] {SPR} denotes that it is strictly positive real; that is, [??](s) + [[??].sup.T](-s) > 0 for all Re s [greater than or equal to] 0.
Finally, we analyze the clustering results, combine the repeated attacks, delete the incomplete attack fragments, and then establish the probability transfer matrix to mining the attack scenario.
There are two traditional methods which can be used to study the dynamic behaviors of the motorized spindle: finite element method (FEM) and transfer matrix method (TMM).
Let G(s) [member of] [[Real part].sup.p x m] be the general transfer matrix of the delayed system (1), computed as described in [24], and K(s) = [[K.sub.ij](s)] [member of] [[Real part].sup.m x p] the transfer matrix of the PI controller given by
It is well known that closed-loop hyperstability is, by nature, a powerful version of closed-loop stability since it refers to the stability of an hyperstable linear feed-forward plant (in the sense of positive realness of the associate transfer matrix) under a wide class of feedback controllers applied.
A very powerful tool for counting walks is by means of the transfer matrix method [15,16].