The time-domain approach is a unified method for analyzing and designing systems
modeled by either modern or classical approach. Time-domain response analysis functions
below can be used to study the output behavior of a linear time-invariant system driven
by system inputs and initial states.
The step or impulse response plots the system response with respect to time when the system input is a step or impulse function, respectively. The initial response plots the system response to the initial state x0 with zero-input. The simulation response plots the system response to any input and initial state specified by the user. The initial state of zero is assumed by default.
|Step response||Plot step response of a system in time domain.|
|Impulse response||Plot impulse response of a system in time domain.|
|Initial response||Plot time domain initial response of a system represented in state space.|
|Simulation response||Simulate system response to an arbitrary input.|