Time delay and anticipatory effects in modeling dynamical sytems

  • Péter B Béda

Abstract

In applied mechanics several papers concentrate on the comparison of delayed and non-delayed approaches of controlled machines. We may study both continuous and discrete time systems. The principal points of interest in the following work are how continuous time systems differ from its representation as some discrete time system in stability and robustness and how the discretisation of a continuous time subsystem acts on the stability properties of the coupled system.
Keywords: discretisation, delayed differential equations, simulation
How to Cite
B Béda, P. (no date) “Time delay and anticipatory effects in modeling dynamical sytems”, Periodica Polytechnica Mechanical Engineering, 56(2), pp. 87-90. doi: https://doi.org/10.3311/pp.me.2012-2.02.
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