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Goals

The course will provide students with the fundamental tools for the study and analysis of multivariable dynamic systems and their structural properties (controllability, observability). Moreover, the course will address “modern” control schemes such as: Multivariable control, Optimal Control, Adaptive Control, Robust Control, Non linear Control.  

Topics

Suggested prerequisites

  1. Automatic control
  2. Digital control systems
  3. Control system technologies

 

Teaching material

  1. Lecture slides and notes (see below).
  2. G. Marro, , CONTROLLED AND CONDITIONED INVARIANTS IN LINEAR SYSTEM THEORY, 
  3. R. Carloni, C. Melchiorri, G. Palli, ESERCIZI DI CONTROLLI AUTOMATICI E TEORIA DEI SISTEMI, Esculapio Ed. Bologna, 2008.
  4. G. Strang, LINEAR ALGEBRA AND ITS APPLICATIONS.

 

Exams

  • Oral exams 
  • A report on practical activities must be presented 

Lecture slides (to be completed....)

01 - Course Introduction (23/09/2013)

02 - Systems and Models (03/10/2012)

03 - Time-Evolution of Dynamic Systems (10/10/2013)

04 - Modal Analysis (13/10/2013)

05 - Stability Analysis of Dynamic Systems (16/10/2013)

05a - Analysis in the Phase Plane 16/10/2013)

06 - Controllability (23/10/2013)

07 - State Feedback Control (13/11/2012)

07a - Feedback Control 2 (20/11/2012)

08 - Reduced Order Observer (22/11/2012)

09 - Principles of Optimal Control (28/11/2012)

10 - LQ Optimal Control (28/11/2012)

11 - Discrete Time Optimal Control & the Kalman Filter (28/11/2012)

12 - Frequency Shaping (28/11/2012)

13 - Control of Digital Systems (05/12/2012)

14 - Analysis and Control of Non Linear Systems (11/12/2013)

NEW 2013 --- Exercises (to be completed....)

First set of examples (16/10/2013)

Link to Dr. G. Palli web pages with exercises (29/10/2013)

Matlab slides (to be completed....)

First set of slides (11/10/2012)

 

 

Additional material will be made available during the course.

 

 

 

 

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