Lecture 10: Examples Of Autonomous Linear Dynamical Systems

author: Stephen P. Boyd, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
published: May 31, 2010,   recorded: September 2007,   views: 3577
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It’s – this is a buildup of x two coming from the decaying of x one or – actually, I said it wrong. It’s a buildup of species b, because that’s a byproduct of the decay of species one, and this is actually then – is actually the decay of x two, of – well, whatever it is, it’s the decay of x two because some of species b is turning into species c. And the final one is this, which is x three dot equals k two times x two, meaning that species c, here, only comes from the decay of species two. That’s this, and this – that’s this bottom row. Okay? ...

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