An experimental single axis, time-optimal attitude control computer was designed and built using digital differential analyzer (DDA) techniques. A relatively simple digital implementation of the control functions was obtained while holding the computational errors within predetermined limits. The digital control system was tested in conjunction with an analog computer, which simulated the controlled...
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