Develop an applied understanding of state-space representations for linear time invariant multi-input multi-output dynamic systems in both the time domain and the frequency domain. Introduction to modern state-space control methods: state feedback and output feedback. Realistic design problems with numerical simulations of practical implementations.
This course provides a hands-on understanding of linear systems with multiple inputs and multiple outputs with an introduction to modern state-space control. The course emphasizes the use of practical software tools for anlayzing stability, computing time responses and frequency responses, and also for designing state feedback and output feedback controllers.
Percentage of Course
|1. Linear algebra and matrix theory||15%|
|2. State-space representation of systems||10%|
|3. Transition matrix properties||10%|
|4. Stability (including internal and input-output)||20%|
|5. Controllability and observability||10%|
|6. Minimal realizations||5%|
|7. Controller and observer forms||5%|
|8. Linear feedback and state observation||15%|
|9. Separation principle and duality||5%|
|10. Integral control and exogenous inputs||5%|