Sampled-Data Models for Linear Deterministic Systems
This chapter considers the main topic of interest in this book, namely: how to obtain a sampled-data model for a given continuous-time system. Sampled models for linear systems with deterministic inputs are first considered, for which exact sampled-data model can be obtained. Unless stated explicitly otherwise, it is assumed that the anti-aliasing filter, if present, is included as part of the continuous-time system model.
KeywordsRelative Degree Hold Device Zero Order Hold Denominator Polynomial Deterministic Input
Further background on linear sampled-data models can be found in
- Åström KJ, Wittenmark B (1997) Computer controlled systems. Theory and design, 3rd edn. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs Google Scholar
- Feuer A, Goodwin GC (1996) Sampling in digital signal processing and control. Birkhäuser, Boston Google Scholar
- Franklin GF, Powell JD, Workman ML (1997) Digital control of dynamic systems, 3rd. edn. Addison-Wesley, Reading Google Scholar
- Middleton RH, Goodwin GC (1990) Digital control and estimation. A unified approach. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs Google Scholar