Many books have covered the stability of many configurations of switch mode power supplies and they have given details on how to set the poles and the zeros of the compensator to make the the power supply more stable and robust, but all the books I have undergone, they took the example of the load to be a resistance load.
My question is, if we want to design a more practical SMPS to feed a more complecated and realistic circuit (example of a motherboard of an airconditionar, mobile phone etc.) these circuits are a combination of resistors, inductors, capacitors, actives devices and so on.
How do we study the poles and zeros of the power supply in that case? And how to make it stable?