# Ackermann's formula

In control theory, Ackermann's formula is a control system design method for solving the pole allocation problem for invariant-time systems by . One of the primary problems in control system design is the creation of controllers that will change the dynamics of a system by changing the eigenvalues of the matrix representing the dynamics of the closed-loop system. This is equivalent to changing the poles of the associated transfer function in the case that there is no cancellation of poles and zeros. (Wikipedia).

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