The purpose of this experiment is to give an introduction to the mathematical modeling concepts…

1 Aim

The purpose of this experiment is to give an introduction to the mathematical modeling concepts using MATLAB which include: state-space equations for some standard realisations, transfer functions, similarity transformations, system responses,

and block diagram simplification.

2 Introduction

MATLAB is a computer-aided engineering system that provides a control engineer

with a designer’s workbench. It provides an integrated software environment with

commands for matrix analysis, digital signal processing, control system design and

analysis, system identification, robust control, optimization, etc.

MATLAB can also be regarded as an interactive computer language that provides

an operating environment for the analysis and design of multivariable systems. Powerful matrix-handling capabilities are provided without cumbersome syntax. Unixlike file-handling commands provide access to data files on disk. Graphical outputs

are created using the same kind of natural commands that are used to manipulate

matrices. For the new user, MATLAB can be thought of as a computer-aided engineering desk calculator. For the advanced user, MATLAB has syntax and commands

that form a complete very high-level programming language with facilities for direct

interfaces to users’ FORTRAN and C programs.

To invoke MATLAB, execute the command

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