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The Behavioral Description of Linear Time-invariant Systems
 

Summary: The Behavioral Description of Linear
Time-invariant Systems
Jan Willem Polderman
Department of Applied Mathematics
University of Twente
General Information
Seven lectures:
1-4: Jan Willem Polderman
5-7: Harry Trentelman
2-7: to be extended. How?
Four homework sets.
Book: Polderman & Willems. Out of print. Pdf available
from:
www.math.utwente.nl/~poldermanjw/onderwijs/DISC/mathmod
Definition
A mathematical model is a pair (U,B) with U a set, called the
universum--its elements are called outcomes--and B a
subset of U, called the behavior.
Example
U ={ice, water, steam} [-273,) and B = (({ice}

  

Source: Al Hanbali, Ahmad - Department of Applied Mathematics, Universiteit Twente

 

Collections: Engineering