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- Undershoot and settling time tradeoffs for nonminimum phase systems
Middleton, R. H.;
Braslavsky, Julio H.
- It has been known for some time that real nonminimum phase zeros imply undershoot in the step response of linear systems. Bounds on such undershoot depend on the settling time demanded and the zero locations. In this note, we review such constraints for linear time invariant systems and provide new stronger bounds that consider simultaneously the effect of two real nonminimum phase zeros. Using the concept of zero dynamics, we extend these results to a class of nonlinear systems.
- IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control Vol. 48, Issue 8, p. 1389-1393
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