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Routh–Hurwitz theorem – Wikipedia
Retrieved from ” https: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Let f z be a polynomial with complex coefficients of degree n with no roots on the imaginary line i. The process of Routh array is proceeded using these values which yield two points on the imaginary axis.
Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. The Routh test is an efficient criteroi algorithm that English mathematician Edward John Routh proposed in to determine whether all the roots of the characteristic polynomial of a linear system have negative real parts.
In criteroothe Routh—Hurwitz theorem gives a test to determine whether all roots of a given polynomial lie in the left half-plane. For discrete systems, the corresponding stability test can be handled by the Schur—Cohn criterion, the Jury test and the Bistritz test.
Thus, ab and c must have the same sign. In that case the coefficients of the “Routh array” in a whole row become zero and thus further solution of the polynomial for finding changes in sign is not possible.
We have thus found the necessary condition of stability for polynomials of degree 2. A polynomial satisfying the Routh—Hurwitz criterion is called a Hurwitz polynomial.
The Routh test can be derived through the use of the Vriterio algorithm and Sturm’s theorem in evaluating Cauchy indices. Views Read Edit View history. With the advent of computers, the criterion has become less widely used, as an alternative is to solve the polynomial numerically, obtaining approximations to the roots directly. March Learn how and when to remove this template message.
Views Read Edit View history. This article needs additional citations for verification. The row of polynomial which is just above the row containing the zeroes is called the “auxiliary polynomial”. From the first equality we can for instance conclude that when the variation of the argument of f iy is positive, then f z will have more roots to the left of the imaginary axis than to its right.
The criterion is related to Routh—Hurwitz theorem. Retrieved from ” https: Notice that we had to suppose b different from zero in the first division. Finally, – c has always the opposite sign of c.
When completed, the number of sign changes in the first column will be the number of non-negative roots. Articles needing additional references from April All articles needing additional references.
Routh–Hurwitz stability criterion
Sometimes the presence of poles on the imaginary axis creates a situation of marginal stability. The importance of the criterion is that the roots p of the characteristic equation of a linear system with negative real parts represent solutions e pt of the system that are stable bounded. Polynomials with this property are called Hurwitz- stable.
These two points on the imaginary axis are the prime cause of marginal stability. The coefficients of the row containing zero now become “8” and “24”. In the first column, there are two sign changes 0.
Suppose now that f is Hurwitz-stable. In control system theorythe Routh—Hurwitz stability criterion is a mathematical test that is a necessary and sufficient condition for the stability of a linear time invariant LTI control system. A tabular method can be used to determine the stability when the roots of a higher order characteristic polynomial are difficult to obtain.
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