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1010605 Stability
STABILITY DEFINITIONS The stability of a continuous or discrete-time system is determined by its response to inputs or disturbances. Intuitively, a stable system is one that remains at rest unless excited by an external source and returns to rest if all excitations are removed. Stability can be precisely defined in terms of the impulse response yδ(t) of a continuous system, or Kronecker delta response yδ(k) of a discre…
Joseph J. DiStefano, III, PhD; Allen R. Stubberud, PhD; Ivan J. Williams, PhD: Schaum's Outline of Feedback and Control Systems, Second Edition. Stability, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export