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I'm developing a feedback control system which explicitly comprises a model of the dynamic plant (inc. actuators).

Any thoughts on programming methods I can use to describe the dynamic system which should provide valid results for a given input (step, ramp, impulse) in both time and frequency domains.

At first I considered state-space because the matrix notation lends itself well for processor execution however, perhaps difference equations would be more appropriate.

Looking forward to hearing your views.

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# Describing dynamic systems

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