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Toolbox for control and observer design for infinite dimensional systems.

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PyInduct is a python toolbox for control and observer design for infinite dimensional systems.

PyInduct supports easy simulation of common distributed parameter systems using ready-to-go FEM implementations or custom modal approximations. With the included eigenfunctions for parabolic problems up to 2nd order or case-agnostic Lagrangian polynomials, automated controller and observer approximation routines are provided. The included visualization methods help verifying the controllers performance.

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