EE 428
LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
FALL 2007
Laboratory #1: ComputerAided Control System Analysis and Design
Part I: MATLAB commandline functions
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Control system engineers use computeraideddesign (CAD) tools for a variety of tasks including identifying a dy
namic model of a process from experimental data and simulating the response of a closedloop system in order to
study the tradeoF between performance measures such as actuator eFort, steadystate accuracy, and time response
characteristics. Control designs for expensive systems, for example, jet aircraft, are extensively tested using CAD
tools prior to veri±cation experiments with the actual system. MATLAB is a matrixbased computeraided design
tool frequently used by control systems engineers in a wide range of industries and applications. The ±rst three EE
428 laboratory sessions introduce three important MATLAB components:
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Lab 1: commandline functions
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Lab 2: symbolic math toolbox
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