By Allan M. Krall, Robert Fornaro
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 10 No. 3, Pages 186-188
A technique for using a digital computer to draw both ordinary and time-lag root locus diagrams is described. Ordinary diagrams are drawn much faster and more accurately than ever before. Time-lag diagrams, which had been impossible to obtain, are drawn with the same speed and accuracy as ordinary diagrams.
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