Course Outline in accordance with the principles of HQAA: 
Aim: 

This course proposes a series of seminary lectures treating advanced topics of linear and non-linear systems and controller design. As such, it is intended for students wishing to enhance their scientific expertise in control system engineering, or aiming at undertaking relevant postgraduate studies.

Description / Outline: 
  • System modeling via Lagrange methods.
  • System representation via signal flow graphs, Mason’s rule.
  • Generalized root locus and closed-loop systems with positive feedback.
  • Analytical control system design via reference model matching. 
  • State-space representation, part I: Review of basic facts and special features (controllability observability).
  • State-space representation, part II: Controller design using state feedback, the problem of closed-loop pole placement for achieving desired closed-loop performance.
  • Frequency response and controller design: Using the open-loop BODE plots for achieving desired closed-loop performance.
  • Non-linear autonomous systems, part I: Stability existence and characterization using the direct Lyapunov method.
  • Non-linear autonomous systems, part II: Controller design using the direct Lyapunov method.
  • Basic facts on stochastic systems.

27/10/2011 - 21:00

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