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The term 1  s in the denominator means that a pole is in the right half plane, which leads to an unstable controller. With such difficulties of implementation of the internal model controller, one might ask if any practical result can be obtained. These difficulties can be overcome by application of the following simplified procedure. Design of IMC Controllers
In using these rules, only a step change in disturbance is considered. The procedure for disturbances other than a step response is more complicated and beyond the scope of the limited discussion presented here.

