Given a pole-zero representation of a system it is possible to derive a signal flow graph directly, but it is more convenient to go first derive the transfer function, and then go from the transfer function to the state space model, and then from the state space model to the signal flow graph.

Find a signal flow graph that represents the system with the following pole-zero description:

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**Step 1: **Find the transfer function using the methods
described here (PZ ↔ TF)

**Step 2:** Find a state space representation using the
methods described here (TF ↔ SS). In this case we are using a CCF
form).

**Step 3:** Find a signal flow graph using the
methods described here (SS ↔ SFG).

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Repeat the previous example, but reverse the order (i.e., do step 3 (SFG → SS) then step 2 (SS → TF) then step 1(TF → PZ)).

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Erik Cheever Department of Engineering Swarthmore College