# Lecture 10: Time Domain Solution

Schedule
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Perspective
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Transfer Functions
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Laplace Transform
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Poles and Eigenvalues
:: Time Domain ::
Linear Transformations
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Special Transformation
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Controllability
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Discrete-Time

(Taylor series). This is directly analogous to for scalars, except that all arithmetic is done using matrices. This is computed using the

is given by

Show that it works by substitution.

We begin by defining a new function. For a square matrix
(as in
the state transition matrix) we define

(Taylor series). This is directly analogous to for scalars, except that all arithmetic is done using matrices. This is computed using the

`exmp`function in M ATLAB , not`exp`. Note (show this)
The solution to the DE

is given by

Show that it works by substitution.

Computing the matrix exponential: One way:

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