Welcome to the Control Tutorials for MATLAB and Simulink. They are designed to help you learn how to use MATLAB and Simulink for the analysis and design of automatic control systems. They cover the basics of MATLAB and Simulink, the most common classical control design techniques (PID, root locus, and frequency response), as well as some modern (state-space) control design and digital control. The flow of the tutorials is given by the image map on the home page: each tutorial is a box along the lefthand side. There are also seven examples which are followed through the tutorials (each example page is indicated in the image map by a dot). Throughout the tutorials, you will find links at the bottom of each page to all of the tutorials as well as links to similar examples.
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