# User contributions for Soto

From Murray Wiki

Jump to navigationJump to search
- 07:03, 3 December 2008 diff hist +4 Problem 2 (CDS101) Problem 1 (CDS110)
- 07:03, 3 December 2008 diff hist +448 N Problem 2 (CDS101) Problem 1 (CDS110)
- 05:16, 14 November 2008 diff hist +5 In Problem 2b what does Mp mean? current
- 05:16, 14 November 2008 diff hist +266 N In Problem 2b what does Mp mean?
- 05:20, 13 November 2008 diff hist 0 CDS 101/110a, Fall 2008 →Announcements
- 19:43, 16 October 2008 diff hist 0 How do you actually find the Jordan canonical form of a matrix? current
- 01:56, 16 October 2008 diff hist −33 How do you actually find the Jordan canonical form of a matrix?
- 01:52, 16 October 2008 diff hist −2 How do you actually find the Jordan canonical form of a matrix?
- 01:52, 16 October 2008 diff hist +2 How do you actually find the Jordan canonical form of a matrix?
- 01:51, 16 October 2008 diff hist +5 How do you actually find the Jordan canonical form of a matrix?
- 01:51, 16 October 2008
diff hist
**+1,564** N How do you actually find the Jordan canonical form of a matrix? - 01:02, 16 October 2008 diff hist +5 Do complex matrices also have a Jordan canonical form?
- 01:02, 16 October 2008 diff hist +238 N Do complex matrices also have a Jordan canonical form?
- 05:37, 14 October 2008 diff hist +5 What is a plant in the context of this class? current
- 05:36, 14 October 2008
diff hist
**+538** N What is a plant in the context of this class? - 19:33, 13 October 2008 diff hist +5 Do we have to consider complex states when trying to find equilibrium points analytically? current
- 19:32, 13 October 2008
diff hist
**+990** N Do we have to consider complex states when trying to find equilibrium points analytically? - 01:58, 2 October 2008 diff hist +5 In lecture 1.2, y(x) was used as a function of the state variables. Is y a generic function of vector x? current
- 01:58, 2 October 2008 diff hist −3 In lecture 1.2, y(x) was used as a function of the state variables. Is y a generic function of vector x?
- 01:56, 2 October 2008
diff hist
**+844** N In lecture 1.2, y(x) was used as a function of the state variables. Is y a generic function of vector x?