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What Are Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) Systems?

 Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) Systems are exactly what you would think they are: systems that are linear and time-invariant. Linear time-invariant systems are some of the easier systems to model because the inputs and outputs have a linear relationship that doesn’t vary based on the input that is given. However, very few systems are naturally linear and time-invariant; with MATLAB® and Simulink®, you can create linear representations of your system to aid in control design.

Learn more:

- LTIs in Simulink documentation:

- Maintaining the Water Level in a Water Tank example:

- Cruise Control in a Car example:

More videos about Control Systems:

- Understanding Controls Systems:   

 • Introduction to Control Systems  

-Controls Systems in Practice:   

 • What Control Systems Engineers Do | C...  

00:20 - What Are LTI Systems? 

02:27 - Why Model Controllers with LTI systems? 

03:20 - Example: Maintaining the Water Level in a Water Tank 

06:17 - Example: Cruise Control in a Car 

09:38 - Conclusion 

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