## PrefaceEdit

This is the **Classical Controls** version of the Control Systems wikibook. This book represents a subset of the topics covered in the parent book. Topics covered here will include a basic introduction to systems theory, integral transforms, and basic control techniques using classical control methods. This book should be suitable for a single semesters study, at the undergraduate level, in classical control engineering.

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## Table of ContentsEdit

### Systems IntroductionEdit

- Control Systems/Introduction
- Control Systems/System Identification
- Control Systems/Digital and Analog
- Control Systems/System Metrics
- Control Systems/System Modeling

### Transform DomainEdit

- Control Systems/Transforms
- Control Systems/Transfer Functions
- Control Systems/Sampled Data Systems
- Control Systems/System Delays
- Control Systems/Poles and Zeros

### System RepresentationEdit

- Control Systems/Gain
- Control Systems/Block Diagrams
- Control Systems/Feedback Loops
- Control Systems/Signal Flow Diagrams
- Control Systems/Bode Plots
- Control Systems/Nichols Charts

### StabilityEdit

- Control Systems/Stability
- Control Systems/Routh-Hurwitz Criterion
- Control Systems/Root Locus
- Control Systems/Nyquist Stability Criteria
- Control Systems/System Specifications

### Controllers and CompensatorsEdit

### AppendicesEdit

- Control Systems/Physical Models
- Control Systems/Z Transform Mappings
- Control Systems/Transforms Appendix
- Control Systems/System Representations
- Control Systems/Matrix Operations
- Control Systems/MATLAB