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Casad — An interactive package for computer aided system analysis and design

  • A. Davidoviciu
  • A. Varga
Session 14 Computer Aided Control System Design I
Part of the Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences book series (LNCIS, volume 63)

Abstract

This paper presents an interactive package — CASAD, for the Computer Aided Systems Analysis and Design. CASAD implements a complete methodology for CAD of linear multivariable control systems by state-space methods. The main steps of this methodology are: (1) plant modeling; (2)analysis of system properties; (3) design of robust compensators; and (4) simulation of control configurations. CASAD is based on two powerful, portable Fortran subroutines packages BIMAS and BIMASC, which implement the latest advances in numerical algorithms using the highest quality available numerical software. CASAD offers many new facilities, compared with the existing similar packages. All functions are performed by the means of a command language. A flexible data organization allows an easy communication among the various CASAD programs. The CASAD package is implemented on the romanian family of minicomputers I-100, 102F, CORAL-4011, 4030, compatible with the DEC PDP-11 systems.

Keywords

Interactive Package Pole Assignment Paper Machine Full Order Control Configuration 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Davidoviciu
    • 1
  • A. Varga
    • 1
  1. 1.Central Institute for Management and InformaticsBucharestRomania

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