Offered Every Spring

Credit Hours: 3-0-3
Prerequisites: ME 3017 or equivalent, or with the consent of the instructor
Catalog Description: Comprehensive treatment of the representation, analysis, and design of discrete-time systems. Techniques include Z- and W- transforms, direct method, control design, and digital tracking.
Textbooks: Katsuhiko Ogata, Discrete-Time Control Systems, 2nd Edition, Pearson Education, 1994.
Instructors: Wayne Book, Ye-Hwa Chen, Kok-Meng Lee, Nader Sadegh
  • Signal conversion and processing
  • The z- and w- transforms
  • Z- and w- domains analysis
  • Design of discrete-time control systems
  • Zero-phase-error digital tracking
  • State-space representation and analysis
  • Pole placement, observer design, and output feedback control
  • System identification
  • Adaptive control (self-tuning, model reference, and digital tracking)
  • Repetitive control
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Lecture 100
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Final Examination