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Active Shock Absorbers
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First- and Second-Order Transfer Functions
Detecting Periodicity in Short Time Series
Performance Characteristics for Step Response of an Underdamped Process
Joint Space and Tooling Space for Robot Motion Control
Robot Motion with Obstacles
Integral Error Criteria for Controller Tuning
Sundaresan-Krishnaswamy Technique for Estimation of Process Parameters
Smith's Second-Order Method in Process Dynamics
Reliability Analysis and Failure Probability Using First-Order Reliability Method
Energy-Aware M^X/G/1 Queue
Automatic Feedback Control of a Pendulum-and-Cart System
Simulating Vehicle Suspension with a Simplified Quarter-Car Model
Transfer Function for Continuous-Mode Boost Converter
First-Order Transfer Functions in Process Control
Quarter-Car Suspension Model with Double Spring
Simulation of Feedback Control System with Controller and Second-Order Plant
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