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Importance of Dynamic Analysis. The dynamic analysis of a system is helpful in determining realistic design criteria for the various units making up the system. The unit designer must know not only the inputs and outputs of his unit, but also the allowable static and dynamic errors under representative signal-noise conditions. In this regard a system simulation or analysis can determine the unit dynamic response necessary to achieve satisfactory overall performance. The situations chosen may represent the worst cases that the system is expected to encounter, or may represent a statistical sample of representative cases.

In assigning error specifications to subsidiary units, the system designer is bound by two constraints: 1. The square root of the sum of the squares of the unit standard deviations must not exceed the desired standard deviation for the system error. 2. The assignment of errors must show a decent regard for what can reasonably be achieved within the constraints of the existing state of the art, cost, and development time. It is not facetious to state that a prime object is to minimize the grumbling of the unit designers.

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