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Control System Professional Wins Award from Control Engineering



Control System Professional Wins Award from Control Engineering

Mathematica's Control System Professional has received a Product
Recognition Award from Control Engineering magazine. This respected
award, honoring Control System Professional as an especially useful and
productive engineering tool, was presented to Wolfram Research at the
National Industrial Automation Show in Chicago, Illinois, in March.

As Control Engineering notes, "Control System Professional (CSP) solves
process control problems using the notation and terminology control
engineers are accustomed to. CSP can handle single- and multi- variable
control systems in the state space, frequency domain, or the time
domain. It includes classical analysis tools, root loci, Nyquist chart,
and step response simulations, as well as Kalman filters, and
similarity transformations. Users can access these tools either
interactively or in batch mode."

Find out more about Control System Professional at
http://www.wolfram.com/applications/control.




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