## Evaluation of All Complex Poles and Zeros of a Transfer Function Expressed as an Arbitrary Rational Polynomial |
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## Features- Automatic parsing of user defined polynomials for both numerator and denominator
- Capability of computing all complex roots of any given polynomial
- Optional refinement of roots' precision with criterion set by the user
- Graphical display of all zeros and poles
## Rules and TheoriesRoots of a polynomial are evaluated by the eigenvalues of its companion matrix. Root refinement are carried out using Newton's method. ## The Applet and User's Guide
- Choose a character, such as 's' or 'x', for use as the independent variable in defining the polynomials
- Enter polynomials for either or both numerator and denominator
- Simple polynomial term can be entered with free-hand written forms, e.g., s^6-7s^2+2
- Factored terms can be entered using parantheses, e.g., (s)(s+1)(s^2+3s-6)
- An empty entry is interpreted as unity, a constant: 1
- Click the "Find" button to trigger the calculations
- All zeros and poles will be plotted, a click on the "Clear" button will remove the plots
- Set the precision criterion and the maximum number of iterations, click the "Refine Roots" button cause the refinement to take place for all zeros and poles
## References[1] Alain Reverchon and Marc Ducamp, "Mathematical Software Tools in C++", John Wiley, New York, 1993. [2] Gene Golob and James M. Ortega, "Scientific Computing, An Introduction with Parallel Computing", Academic Press, Boston, 1993. [3] Robert J. Schilling and Sandra L. Harris, "Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers using MATLAB and C", Brooks/Cole, Pacific Grove, 1999. |
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