Loop shaping is a technique used for designing controllers that operate on linear-time invariant systems. Its name is derived from shaping the magnitude and phase response for the open loop system - that is, shaping the response such that the open loop transfer function has desirable characteristics.
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The Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control offers 5 Matlab Apps on the topics of the Nyquist Criterion, Robustness and Stability, Loopshaping, Controllability and Observability...See More
Loop shaping is a design method where it is attempted to choose a controller such that the loop transfer function obtains the desired shape. In this module the loop transfer function is...See More
This video demonstrates loop shaping on the cruise control model.See More