Control Systems/Classical Controls

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Preface[edit | edit source]

This is the Classical Controls version of the Control Systems wikibook. This book represents a subset of the topics covered in the parent book. Topics covered here will include a basic introduction to systems theory, integral transforms, and basic control techniques using classical control methods. This book should be suitable for a single semesters study, at the undergraduate level, in classical control engineering.

This is a child version of the Control Systems parent book. The pages listed here constitute a suggested reading order of the material, and are not a stand-alone book. Do not edit these pages in a way that make them incompatable with the main narrative of the parent book. If you have questions, comments, or suggestions about this version, leave a message on the main book discussion page.

For a list of all child versions of this book, see All Versions.

Table of Contents[edit | edit source]

Systems Introduction[edit | edit source]

Transform Domain[edit | edit source]

System Representation[edit | edit source]

Stability[edit | edit source]

Controllers and Compensators[edit | edit source]

Appendices[edit | edit source]

Glossary, Resources, Licensing[edit | edit source]

Control Systems