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Computer-Based Exercises to the Lecture “Digitale Simulation”

  • G. Roppenecker
  • N. F. Benninger
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The analysis of the dynamic behaviour of technical systems plays a central part in control engineering. Based on a suitable mathematical description a generally used tool to this end is the simulation of the given system by a digital computer. Hence the instruction of control engineering students usually includes a lecture on digital simulation techniques. However, in order to achieve a real understanding of these methods, they have to be used. Therefore PC-based exercises have been developed as an efficient supplement to the lecture itself.


Multistep Method Error Behaviour Local Truncation Error Digital Simulation Linear Multistep Method 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Roppenecker
    • 1
  • N. F. Benninger
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für Regelungs- und SteuerungssystemeGermany

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