Control Systems Lectures - Routh-Hurwitz Criterion, Special Cases

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This video presents two special cases that you can encounter when filling out the Routh Array. The first case is when there is a zero in a row with at least one non-zero element following it, and the second case is when there is an entire row of zeros. I explain how to continue filling out the Routh Array for each of these cases and provide a little insight into what they mean for the system stability.

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