Electrical and Computer EngineeringECE 244 Digital Control

Teaches the design and analysis of digital control systems. The topics covered are discrete-time system modeling; z-transform; stability, controllability, and observability of discrete-time systems; various design approaches to control design in which sensor, computer hardware, actuation, communication, and user interface are part of the design. Note: knowledge of linear algebra, calculus, basic differential equations, Laplace transform, signals and systems, linear-system control theory, MATLAB, and the use of word-processing software are assumed. (Formerly CMPE 244.)

Requirements

Prerequisite(s): ECE 141 or ECE 241. Enrollment is restricted to graduate students, or by permission of the instructor.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Spring

Instructor

Patrick Mantey, Dejan Milutinovic, Steve McGuire