Control Systems I University of Tsukuba
This course introduces the control theory for linear systems based on state-space modeling. It covers the notion of stability, controllability, and observability, followed by the design of state feedback and observer. It also briefly covers the notion of frequency-domain techniques.
- Ability to derive a state equation from given mathematical model - Ability to analyze the stability, controllability, and observability of a linear systems - Ability to design a stabilizing feedback controller
Related to 1. Mathematical logic and calculation skills, and 5. Skills in the field of Macro Engineering and Systems Engineering.
Papers (80%), Weekly comment papers (20%)
IntroductionSystem modelingDynamic behaviorLinear systemsControllabilityState FeedbackObservabilityOutput FeedbackOptimal controlTransfer function and frequency domain analysis
Online Course Requirement
In this course, knowledge of basic mathematics, such as linear algebra and analysis, will be fully utilized, so students are expected to review it carefully.
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