## A study of control systems with retarded actions |

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### Contents

A GRAPHICAL METHOD FOR OBTAINING SOLUTIONS | 6 |

SOME ASPECTS OF APPLICATION OF ZTRANSFORM | 25 |

IV THE EXISTENCE AND UNIQUENESS OF SOLUTIONS | 47 |

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analog computer ASME Transaction assumed Automatic Control Bellman bilinear transformation Chapter characteristic equation considered constant continuous function corresponding retarded point difference equation effect of time-variant Equation 1-6 equation 2-1 equation 6.5 equations 7.8 equations with time-variant existence and uniqueness follows Functional Equations Hence hyperbolic partial differential-difference Illustrative Example independent variable induction initial conditions initial interval integral equations Laplace transform large number Levitan's linear differential-difference equations Lipschitz condition lumped-parameter control systems mean value theorem method of successive modified Z-transform optimum controller parameters order differential-difference equation order ordinary differential-difference ordinary differential equations ordinary differential-difference equations partial differential Partial Differential Equations partial differential-difference equations Picard theorem problems procedure developed process reaction curve proof region retarded actions satisfies equations single lag solution curve solution which satisfies solutions of differential-difference successive approximations t-tQ time-variant lag transient response uniformly convergent uniqueness of solutions Y(tQ yi(t yn(t Z-transform technique