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Using Mathematica to Solve MIMO Control Problems. Magnesium δ Yuan Ma Julie Wesely. Background. MIMO : Multi-Input-Multi-Output Control Schemes Analyze MIMO Control Schemes using RGA ’s: Relative Gain Arrays. Example 1. Mathematica. Input equations. Mathematica. Create matrix.

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## Using Mathematica to Solve MIMO Control Problems

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**Using Mathematica to Solve MIMO Control Problems**Magnesium δ Yuan Ma Julie Wesely**Background**• MIMO: Multi-Input-Multi-Output Control Schemes • Analyze MIMO Control Schemes using RGA’s: Relative Gain Arrays**Mathematica**• Input equations**Mathematica**• Create matrix**Mathematica**• Check output**Mathematica**• Input variables**Mathematica**• Solve matrix**Mathematica**• Take the transpose of the matrix**Mathematica**• Calculate the RGA by multiplying matrices piecewise**Mathematica**• Results of Example 1 are given on the wiki • Advantages of using Mathematica: • Calculations are faster • See the results of changing initial conditions • Analyze MIMA using RGA with large matrices

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