[SciPy-user] Control Systems Toolbox

Jasper Stolte jasperstolte@gmail....
Wed Jan 9 14:00:38 CST 2008


Wow Stef,
You're really enthousiastic here! :) Good going. How's about we get the
basic functionality up, and you help building engineering/education tools
from it?

Jeff:
467 kb of code.. Nice and complete, basic control theory seems to be all
there. I guess I'm lucky there's already basic LTI-system functionality in
SciPy's signal processing toolbox.

Ryan:
I'll browse your code tonight, and see how you implemented the basic system
block. I'd better give the structure some thought so I can extend it easily
to LQG/H2/Hinf later.

Looks like I got my work cut out for me..
Greetz,

Jasper


On Jan 9, 2008 7:54 PM, Stef Mientki <s.mientki@ru.nl> wrote:

> hi Ryan,
>
> Ryan Krauss wrote:
> > I have started a very basic one and will keep working on it this
> > semester as I teach a controls class.  I have defined a
> > TransferFunction class (sort of derived from signal.lti), given it
> > methods for basic block diagram algebra, root locus, and Bode control
> > design and some c2d stuff.  I am planning to release it under a BSD
> > license.  It is a bit messy right now.  It is attached along with
> > another file it depends on.  (I don't think they depend on anythng
> > else...)
> >
> > Let me know if you find this useful and want to be informed of
> > updates, or if you think we can collaborate in some useful way.
> >
> >
> I think it's very useful, as Control Systems should be one of the items
> encapsulated in PyLab_Works.
> I'll see what I can do in the next couple of days to embed your libraries.
> I might need some help (examples), as my control theory is quit rusty
> (educated in "Control Systems Theory" from Olle Elgerd, 1967 ;-)
> Although PyLab-Works is still quit premature,
> I think it would be an excellent candidate for education
> (at the moment I implementing combined help/instruction/fill-in forms).
> So I would love to see your course material / instruction / assignments
> etc,
> to see if they can be embedded too.
> So maybe not for the current course of you,
> but the next course you might be able to use.
>
> cheers,
> Stef
>
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