Electrical Engineering

ECE4323Modern Control Systems and Applications 4 ch (3C 3L*) (EL)

Introduces the industrial context for the application of control theory, including system modeling (linear, nonlinear, discrete, continuous and probabilistic models) and problem definition, determining system components and architectures, dealing with limitations and constraints (nonlinearity, disturbances and uncertainties), standard and advanced controls design (linear, nonlinear, and optimal control methods) and tuning methods. Computer-aided controls engineering is emphasized (algorithms/MATLAB). 

Prerequisite: ECE 3312 or CHE 4601 or ME 3623, STAT 2593