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[The overall picture of the Coefficient Diagram Method (CDM) is explained in this chapter. In Basic Philosophy, the basic philosophy of the author in writing this book is briefly introduced. In Simple Design Problem, the overall design procedure of CDM is shown by the design example of a simple...
[In this chapter, the fundamental properties which are necessary for CDM design will be presented. In Mathematical Relations, definitions of symbols and their basic relations are briefly discussed. In Coefficient Diagram, the way to draw coefficient diagrams is first introduced and then the...
[In this chapter, the practical controller design procedures will be presented on the basis of the previous two chapters, “Introduction” and “Basics of Coefficient Diagram Method”. Because practical design examples are also shown, ordinary design problems can be solved within this chapter. In...
[In this chapter, four selected examples of applying CDM to advanced practical control design problems are presented, A low-cost inverted pendulum control is the case where CDM is applied to an unstable plant. Contrary to ordinary control of the inverted pendulum where both pendulum angle and...
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