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Cleveland State University Course Info

Cleveland, Ohio


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EEC 640

Advanced Control System Design

Systematic approach of applying modern control design methods, such as digital control, adaptive control, and heuristic methods to practical design problems. Practical approaches to typical industrial problems, such as nonlinearity, control saturation, parasitic effects, chattering, etc. Useful stability analysis techniques, such as the Circle Criterion and Popov's Criterion. Polynomial matrix interpolation and its applications in control and system identification. Design examples and assignments.

Units: 4.0

EEC 510 - Linear Systems