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RHPRight Handed Pitcher (baseball)
RHPRed Herring Prospectus
RHPRight Hand Path
RHPRégiment de Hussards Parachutistes (French: Parachute Hussar Regiment)
RHPRight Half-Plane
RHPRichmond Housing Partnership (UK)
RHPRock and A Hard Place (website)
RHPReplacement Housing Payment (displaced person aid)
RHPReproductive Health Program
RHPRefugee Health Program
RHPRadiation Health Physics (coursework; Oregon State University; Corvallis, OR)
RHPResident Honors Program
RHPRegistered Housing Professional (Canadian Home Builders' Association of British Columbia; British Columbia, Canada)
RHPRichard Hallebeek Project (band)
RHPRecirculatory Hemoperfusion (dialysis)
RHPRadiological Health Program
RHPRural Hospital Program
RHPRussell House Publishing, Ltd
RHPRainforest Health Project
RHPRebound Intracranial Hypertension (surgical complication)
RHPRock House Products
RHPReconfigurable Hardware Product
RHPRural Health Partnership
RHPRisque Hautement Protégé (French: Highly Protected Risk)
RHPRural Health Professions
RHPRio Hondo Preparatory School
RHPRoman House Publishers Ltd
RHPRoss Howard Plumbing Pty Ltd (Australia)
RHPReconfigurable Hardware Processor
RHPRhythmic Harmony Productions, Inc
RHPRega Helikopter Piloten (German)
RHPResell Hosting Providers
RHPReinforcing Hole Punch
RHPRadar Head Processor
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By Invariance Lemma 5 with a linear equivalence [chi](z) = [alpha]z + [beta] ([alpha] = 0) we can assume that [C.sub.i] is the imaginary axis and that [D.sub.i] = G, the open right half-plane, as above.
On the other hand, for the [PDD.sup.1/2] there are always 4 complex conjugate poles in the [sigma]-plane, symmetric only with respect to the real axis, two in the left half-plane and two in the right half-plane; therefore, the system behaviour is always oscillatory.
Checking Hurwitz-stability for [h.sub.3](A, [z.sub.1], [z.sub.2], [z.sub.3], [z.sub.4]) can be reduced to checking stability for [[??].sub.3](A, z) = [h.sub.3](A, [z.sub.1]/i, [z.sub.2]/i, [z.sub.3]/i, [z.sub.4]/i) because multiplication by the imaginary unit i maps the right half-plane to the upper half-plane.
Obviously, in this system the Nyquist loop does not encircle 1 + j0, as shown in Figure 7, because the open-loop transfer function [Y.sub.n][Z.sub.r] = (S/[r.sub.r]C)/([s.sup.2] + S/[r.sub.a]C + 1/LC) has two poles in the right half-plane and loop closing does not add any new poles.