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Fault Recovery of a UAV using MATLAB

I'm currently investigating fault recovery in a UAV using MATLAB. I've been given several variables: phi = the roll angle psi = the yaw/heading angle beta = the side slip p = roll rate r = yaw/...
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Transfer morphism and commutativity

I did the exercise 5A.1 in Isaacs's Finite Group Theory book and arrived to the same solution as in this question. But there are two things I don't understand : Why isn't it $v(g)=\overline{g^n}$ ? ...
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Applying vectorial operator to Radiative Transfer equation

This is my first time asking a question so I apologise if the formatting/specificity of the question isn't up to standard. I am following logic provided in a paper (Margerin, L., 2005. Introduction to ...
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Bode function - magnitude and phase

I have the following transfer function and I need to draw the bold plot (magnitude and phase): G = 1/(2*(s*1E-2)*(1+s*1E-2)); $$G(s)=\frac{1}{2\cdot10^{-2}s(10^{-2}s+1)}. $$ I am having a difficult ...
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Finding the argument of a complex function

I've the following transfer function: $$H(s)=\frac{1}{as^3+bs^2+cs+1}$$ Where $a,b,c$ are all real and positive. How can I find $\arg(H(i\omega))$? And I know that $\omega\ge0$ What I did: $$H(...
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How do discrete factional order functions look like?

A fractional order transfer function looks like this $$ \frac{Y}{U}=\frac{b_ns^{m\alpha}+\dots+b_1s^{\alpha}+b_0}{a_ns^{n\alpha}+\dots+a_1s^{\alpha}+a_0} $$ where $\alpha \in (0,1)$ and it is often ...
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Sizes of cycles of an element on a quotient group

I'm reading a paper on Transfer and Fusion in finite groups, and I've come across a lemma in which we: " Let $x \in G$ and let $n_1 , ... , n_r$ be the sizes of the cycles of $x$ on $\Omega$ ... " ...
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How can I design a suitable controller for this given system?

How can I design a proportional controller to make closed loop transfer function stable? Parameter of the P controller is $$P[z]=K_P$$ Closed loop transfer function of the system is shown below. In ...
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How can I determine the transfer function of this servomechanism system?

How can I find transfer function of the given servomechanism system with input $V$(voltage) and output $θ_L$(angle of the load). Schematic of the system is given below. Schematic of the ...
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Does really the dirac impulse help to find the transfer function of an electronic system?

Is the following statement is true: By measuring the response of a impulse or step disturbance to a physical process we can determine the system transfer function and model or optimize the ...
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Who discovered that normalizer of an abelian Sylow $p$-subgroup controls $p$-transfer?

Theorem: Let $G$ be a finite group and let $P\in Syl_p(G)$ and assume $P$ is abelian. Then $N_G(P)$ controls $p$-transfer. I wonder who discovered above theorem? Is it due to Burnside?
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Conversion from state space back to transfer function in octave.

I'm having problem converting a transfer function to state space and then going back to the same transfer function. I did a little experiment: ...
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Existence of a normal $p$-complement. (5C.12 Finite Group Theory, Isaacs)

Let $G$ be a finite group, $N$ normal subgroup with index in $G$ divisible by $p$ prime and suppose that a Sylow $p$-subgroup of $G$ is cyclic. Then $N$ has a normal $p$-complement. This is the ...
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proving a property of transfer function in the s-plane and the complex domain

For a given transfer function (in the s-plane) we've a general form that looks like: $$\text{H}\left(\text{s}\right)=\frac{\text{X}\left(\text{s}\right)}{\text{Y}\left(\text{s}\right)}\tag1$$ This ...
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Group with all Sylow subgroups cyclic (exercise 5C.4 of “Finite group theory”, Isaacs).

Let $G$ be a finite group and suppose that all Sylow subgroups of $G$ are cyclic. I have to prove that: If $m$ divides $|G|$ then there exists in $G$ a subgroup of order $m$. If $m$ divides $|G|$ ...
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Find and prove the conditions for which this manipilation of transfer functions hold (about poles and zeros)

Question: What are the conditions for which this way of solving hold? I've a transfer function that looks like (in the Laplace domain): $$\text{H}_\text{T}\left(\text{s}\right)=\frac{\text{Y}\left(\...
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Prove of transfer functions in the Laplace and complex frequency domain

When we analyse electric circuits we often use transfer functions. To calculate the poles and zeros of such a function can be done in different ways. When we look to a transfer function in the Laplace ...
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A question from Isaac's book “Finite group theory” about Transfer theory

Let $G$ be finite group and suppose that $P\in Sylp_p(G)$ and that $g\in P$ has order $p$. If $g\in G',$ but $g\notin P'$, Show that $g^t\in P'$ for some element $t\in G$ with $t\notin P$.($5.B1$) ...
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Find Frequency Transfer Function

I have undamped oscilator which is described with following equation: $$ \ddot{y}+\omega^2y=u $$ I need to find transfer function $$ H(s) $$ and freguency transfer function for $$ H(j\omega) $$ ......
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Problems in understanding a passage in the proof of Grün theorem for transfer

This is the statement of the theorem: Let $P$ a Sylow $p$-subgroup of $G$ and $Z$ a subgroup of $Z(P)$ that is weakly closed in $P$. Set $H=N_G(Z)$. Then $P\cap G'=P\cap H'$ and $P/(P\cap G')\simeq ...
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Transfer homomorphism: is this proof correct?

I'm doing a guided exercise to learn the transfer homomorphism. The preliminaries are these: Given a finite group $G$ and a subgroup $H<G$, let $\{ x_iH \}_{i\in I}$ be the set of left cosets of $...
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On the Transfer Homomorphism

I'm approaching the study of the transfer homomorphism between groups, and I found this exercise: Given a finite group $G$ and a subgroup $H<G$, the set of left cosets of $H$ in $G$ is written $ \{...
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How do I determine the transfer function of a plant?

I sitting here with a system which I have to determine the transfer function. The unit receives a velocity and position, and move towards that position with the given velocity. What kind of test ...
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Condition Butterworth polynomial

My course states that a polynomial is a Butterworth polynomial when it satisfies the following condition: $|B(j\Omega)|=\sqrt {1+{\Omega}^{2\,n}}=\sqrt {1+{(\omega/\omega_p)}^{2\,n}}$ I'm really ...
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MATLAB Feedback

I am trying to use the feedback function in matlab and for the most part I understand it. But I came across this syntax: [x1 x2] = feedback(sys1, sys2, 1, 1, -1); ...
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Showing that $ϕ(x)=x^n$ is a homomorphism from $G\to Z(G)$

Let $G$ be a group with $|G:Z(G)|=n$ then $\phi(x)=x^n$ is a homomorphism from $G$ to $Z(G)$. I guess it has a proof using transfer theory, I wonder whether it has an elemantary proof or not. Thanks....
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Manually trying to calculate output of an transfer function.

I am trying to calculate the output of an transfer function due to the input of an step, But some weird reason, I am only getting the inverse output, what Matlab says it should be. My transfer ...
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Schur's Theorem about the derived subgroup

(Schur) Suppose Z(G) is of finite index in G, then the derived subgroup of G is finite. We know Schur's lemma that says: Let |G:Z(G)|=m. Then the map g to g^m is a homomorphism from G into Z(G). We ...
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Schur's theorem in transfer theory

M.Isaacs’ Algebra a graduate course page 119 : (Schur). Let $|G:Z(G)|=m<∞$. Then the map $g↦g^m$ is a homomorphism from G into Z(G). Proof. In fact, we will show that this map is the transfer $v:G⟶...
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transfer evaluation lemma

Let $M$ normal in $H\subseteq G$ with $[G:H]<\infty$ and $H/M$ abelian, and let $T$ be a right transversal for $H$ in $G$, there exists a subset $T_0\subseteq T$ and positive integers $n_t$ for $t\...
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Analyse closed loop transfer function

I have a transfer function from $x_c$ to $x$ $ \dfrac{x_c}{x} = \dfrac{k}{s + k} $ And I want to analyse the stability and find the best possible value for k. I've tried to convert the closed loop ...
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What is the relationship between solvable, nilpotent and transfer homomorphism?

I know some facts such as: Nilpotent groups are solvable, $p$-groups are nilpotent, a finite group whose order is a product of distinct primes is solvable, and finite groups are nilpotent if and only ...
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An Intuitive Explanation of the Transfer Homomorphism

I just learned about the transfer homomorphism, and I am having trouble internalizing it. I am learning from 'A Course in the Theory of Groups', and I was hoping that perhaps someone had a more ...
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What is the relationship between Mackey's theorem in character theory and Mackey's theorem in transfer theory?

Here are the statements of the two theorems. The first statement I took from a paper I have been reading, but I believe can also be found in Isaacs' Character Theory of Finite Groups as an exercise. ...
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Easy proof of trivial fusion implies normal p-complement

Theorem: Suppose G is a finite group with Sylow p-subgroup P. Then the following are equivalent: The set K of elements of G of order relatively prime to p (the p′-elements) form a subgroup If A and ...