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Automation of linear structures is a primary and crucial concept. This e-book offers with the speculation of continuous-state automatic structures.

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All the anti-causal signals, zero for t > 0 , that have a Laplace transform are such that this transform is defined into a left half-plane (containing Re( p) = −∞ ). All the causal signals, zero for t < 0 , that have a Laplace transform are such that this transform is defined into a right half-plane, (containing Re(p) = +∞ ). The transform of such signals is again called one-sided transform. For a positively integrable (causal or anti-causal) signal: X ( p ) for Re( p ) = 0 is increased in module by +∞ ∫ x(t ) dt .

26 illustrate the diagrams presenting the aspect of the frequency response for a second order system with different values of ξ . 23. 24. 25. 26. 6. 1. Fourier transform Any signal has a reality in time and frequency domains. Our ear is sensitive to amplitude (sound level) and frequency of a sound (low or high-pitched tone). These time and frequency domains, which are characterized by variables that are opposite to one another, are taken in the broad sense: if a magnitude evolves according to a distance (atmospheric pressure according to altitude), the concept of frequency will be homogenous, contrary to a length.

36 Analysis and Control of Linear Systems +∞ ∫ x(t ) e− pt dt ≤ A t1 +∞ ∫e (α −σ ) t dt which converges if σ = Re( p) > α . t1 The LT thus exists for α < σ = Re( p) < β . Let σ 1 and σ 2 be the values of α and β ensuring the tightest increases of the signal module for t tending toward ±∞ . We will call the group consisting of function X ( p) and the convergence band [σ 1 , σ 2 ] Laplace transform (two-sided) which is sometimes noted by: TL{x(t )} = {X ( p), [σ1 , σ 2 ]} We note that in the convergence band, the integral that defines the Laplace transform is absolutely convergent, hence the properties of holomorphy, continuity and derivability with respect to p, of e −tp are carried over X ( p) .

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