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Investigation and evaluation of a zero input tracking analyzer (ZITA) by Ronald Edward James

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
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The Zero Input Tracking Analyzer (ZITA) is a small psychomotor test that attempts to measure time-sharing ability by use of tracking tasks performed with and without a secondary task. Scores from a sample of Army aviators were intercorrelated and factor analyzed. Separate factors were identified for a time-sharing dimension and for a general Cited by: 1. Sequential input adaptive system theory is applied to human eye tracking of targets with one-dimensional motion defined by since functions, sums of sine functions and triangle functions. Total response = zero-input response + zero-state response In this lecture, we will focus on a linear system’s zero-input response, y 0 (t), which is the solution of the system equation when input x(t) = 0. Zero-input response basics L p ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ PYKC 24 File Size: KB. A digital feedforward control algorithm for tracking desired time varying signals is presented. The feedforward controller cancels all the closed-loop poles and cancellable closed-loop zeros.

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