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Some equivalence transform methods for simulating models in control systems

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Degui, Liu ; Beijing Institute of Computer Application and Simulation Technology, P. O. Box 3929, Beijing 100854, China

In this paper two classes of equivalence transform methods for solving ordinary differential equations are proposed. One class of method is the equivalence integral transform method for special differential algebraic problems. The advantage of this class of method is such that the amount of work calculating one integration with parameters becomes that of two interpolations, when the system of nonlinear equations is solved on the right hand side function. The other class of method is the equivalence substitution method for avoiding calculating derivative on the right hand side function. In order to avoid calculation derivatives, two equivalence substitution methods are proposed here. The application instances of some special effect of the equivalence substitution methods are given.

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Systems Engineering and Electronics, Journal of  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Dec. 1993

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