Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2012-2013
MTRE 4000 Advanced Controls
Prerequisite: EE 4201
This course is an advanced study of modern control systems focused on control theories and system applications. It covers the basic theoretical methods and mathematical tools for analysis and design of control systems. Topics that will be included are: state-space variable method, system transfer function, discrete-time systems, z-transforms, digital control, fundamentals of modern control systems, analysis and design techniques such as controllability, observability, Ackerman’s formula and pole placement. A brief introduction of various advanced control methodologies will also be covered.