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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
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Subject: Re: The First NFB theory
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Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 09:04:33 +0100
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"Chuck Simmons" wrote in message
> Martin Griffith wrote:
> > More old stuff on my cobbled together site, a copy of a copy of a
> > of the Original negative feedback theory by H.S..Black
> > http://martingriffith.users.btopenworld.com/SCANS.HTM
> > enjoy
> > Martin
> Curious. The ancient Egyptians knew a little about negative feedback.
> The earliest detailed paper on the subject of feedback control is one
> James Clerk Maxwell as far as I know. It is considered the start of
> feedback control as an exact science if you will. James Watt, of
> had used negative feedback but Maxwell studied stability. Maxwell's
> paper contains the basics of feedback control that undergraduates
> today in their EE curricula. See if you can find it. It is a good read
> and a lot of engineers today do not go beyond Maxwell's work when they
> design opamp circuits.
I find Maxwell one amazing dude. Have you ever looked at the book "The
scientific papers of James Clerk Maxwell". It cover so many different
subjects in great detail.
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