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Feedback systems; modeling, stability; Routh criterion; root locus; Bode
plots; lead/lag and PID controller design.
Au, Sp Qtrs. 3 cl, Prereq: 352.
Laboratory study of signal processing, control systems and their components,
computer-controlled instrumentation, sampled-data systems, analog and digital
Au, Wi Qtrs. 1 cl, 1 3-hr lab. Prereq: 551.
Linear dynamic systems with random inputs, least squares estimation, mean-squared estimation, and Kalman filtering with applications in electrical engineering.
Au Qtr. 3 cl, Prereq: 352 and Stat 427 or Math 530 or equivalent.
This design course integrates various areas of electrical engineering
into a real design project. Weekly progress reports, design reviews, and
a final oral presentation with a written report are required.
Au, Wi, Sp Qtrs. 2 cl, 1 3-hr lab. Prereq: 582 and sr standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 682.
Su, Au, Wi, Sp Qtrs. Repeatable to a maximum of 18 cr hrs. This course is graded S/U.
(See graduate bulletin board for most current offerings.)
Su, Au, Wi, Sp Qtrs. Repeatable to a maximum of 18 cr hrs.
Canonical realization of transfer functions; state observability and
controllability; state feedback and asymptotic observers; reduced order
observers; direct transfer-function design.
Au Qtrs. 3 cl, Prereq: 352, 551.
Application of feedback principles to control systems, system equations;
performance criteria; compensation, multivariable systems; CAD (Computer
Au Qtr. 3 cl, Prereq: 551 or equiv.
Modeling, analysis, and control design for important areas where control theory is applied.
Wi Qtr. 3 cl. Prereq: 551 or equiv or permission of instructor. Repeatable for different titled topics only.
(EE 753 is a generic course and you can't sign up for it. You sign up for 753.xx sections of which 753.01 and 753.02 are planned at this time.)
Classical and modern control methods applied to automotive powertrain systems; overview of production hardware; sensors and actuators; modeling for control.
Wi Qtr (odd years). 3 cl. Prereq: 551 or equiv or permission of instructor.
(753.01 will be nominally offered odd years beginning Wi 99. However, generic courses like 753 permit flexibility in offerings so the offering in Wi 99 is subject to change.)
Autonomy in the context of modern vehicles; cruise control, anti-lock brake systems (ABS), steering control/lane keeping; introduction to automated highway systems (AHS).
Wi Qtr (even years). 3 cl. Prereq: 551 or equiv or permission of instructor.
Analysis of nonlinear control systems; Lyapunov stability, numerical
methods, phase-plane techniques, describing functions, and linearization
Sp Qtr. 3 cl, Prereq: 551 or 752 or equivalent.
Difference equations, z-transforms, digital filtering, sampling quantization,
analog-digital conversion ; block diagramming to model digital and hybrid
Wi Qtr. 3 cl, Prereq: 551 or equiv.
Laboratory study of feedback control systems with experiments analyzing
different types of plants, transducers, and control techniques; emphasis
on real-time computer control.
Sp Qtr. 2 cl, 1 4-hr lab, Prereq: 265, 557, and prereq or concur: 755.
Laboratory study of advanced feedback control techniques as applied to
nonlinear and multi-output systems under computer or microprocessor control.
Sp Qtr. 1 cl, 1 3-hr lab, Prereq: 757 or permission of instructor.
Su, Au, Wi, Sp Qtrs. Repeatable to a maximum of 18 cr hrs. This course
is graded S/U.
Linear feedback theory, stability, the Quadratic Regulator, output feedback
pole placement and design of servocompensators; CAD techniques for control
Wi Qtr. 3 cl, Prereq: 750.
Synthesis of systems, both linear and nonlinear, with statistical inputs;
Wiener filter; Kalman filter; advanced topics.
Wi Qtr. (odd years), 3 cl, Prereq: 750 and 650 or 805.
Adaptive control for linear time-invariant systems. Includes indirect
and model reference adaptive controllers plus a discussion of robustness
issues in adaptive control.
Wi Qtr. (even years), 3 cl, Prereq: 750, 752 and 754.
System analysis with emphasis on closed chain dynamics, kinematics, and
stability. Design of linear and nonlinear controllers for decoupling states
and forces. Applications and examples.
Au Qtr. (odd years), 3 cl, Prereq: 754 and 750 or permission of instructor
Optimal control by dynamic programming. Pontryagins maximum principle,
and variational methods; minimum time, energy, and fuel problems for linear
continuous and discrete systems.
Sp Qtr. 3 cl, Prereq: 750 or permission of instructor.
Computational methods in optimal control and large scale dynamical systems,
decentralization, hierarchy, and their effects on modeling, stability analysis,
and optimal controller design and implementation.
Au Qtr. (even years), 3 cl, Prereq: 850.
Input-output methods; modern frequency domain analysis and design techniques;
Youla parametrization; H2 and HÉ optimization.
Sp Qtr. (even years), 3 cl, Prereq: 752 and 850, or permission of instructor.
Fuzzy control systems: direct, adaptive, and supervisory. Genetic algorithms
for control design and adaptive control. Knowledge-based control and autonomous
control. Stability analysis.
Sp. Qtr. (odd years), 3cl. Prereq: EE 752, EE 754 or permission of instructor
Sliding mode control for decoupling of the design procedure and low sensitivity with respect to uncertainties, and application to control of electromechanical systems.
Au Qtr (odd years). 3 cl. Prereq: 551 or ME 571. Cross listed in Mechanical Engineering.
(This course was previously numbered 894V.)
(See graduate bulletin board for most current offerings.)
Su, Au, Wi, Sp Qtrs. 1-3 cl, Repeatable to a maximum of 18 cr hrs.
Classroom presentations made by doctoral students based on their own
literature and research investigations.
Su, Au, Wi, Sp Qtrs. 1-3 Cl, Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 18 cr hrs.
Su, Au, Wi Sp Qtrs. Repeatable to a maximum of 18 cr hrs.