Web Application for LTI Systems Analysis

  • Frantisek GazdosEmail author
  • Jiri Facuna
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 348)


The number of web-applications which employ external computing tools to perform complex calculations on-line is rising. This contribution presents one such application – web-interface for analysis of linear time-invariant (LTI) systems. It is based on the interconnection of the MATLAB system with the latest web technologies and developer tools. It enables to analyze a single input – single output (SISO) system in a user-defined form and a user-friendly way on-line without the necessity to install the MATLAB environment or similar computing tools. The paper explains motivation for development of this site and gives also detailed description of the whole process including the Web – MATLAB interconnection. The results are presented using selected screen-shots of the site on a simple example of a LTI system analysis.


Web-application MATLAB LTI systems analysis 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Applied InformaticsTomas Bata University in ZlinZlinCzech Republic

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