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EE451_Syllabus_Notes_F09 - EE451/551 Digital Control Spring...

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EE451/551: Digital Control Spring 2009
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Course Syllabus ll Course Instructor : James J. Carroll Email : [email protected] Office Hours : M,W,F: 11am noon, 3 4pm Office Location : 164 CAMP Course TA : EE551 students will serve as TAs for one hour each week on a schedule TBD. Course Website : www.clarkson.edu/class/ee324
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Course Learning Objectives 1 Establish an understanding and appreciation of the 1. Establish an understanding and appreciation of the mathematical representation and modeling of discreet time systems. 2. Provide an understanding of the concept and application of z transforms and inverse z transforms. 3. Introduce students to sampling A/D, D/A converters and Introduce students to sampling A/D, D/A converters and quantization effects. 4. Provide students with an understanding of transient specifications and steady state tracking and their effects specifications and steady state tracking and their effects on system design. 5. Provide students with a control design project reflective f th t d i th l ld ki i of those encountered in the real world, e.g.,working in groups to meet desired specifications with time and resource constraints using appropriate software and i l ti t h i simulation techniques. Prerequisites: EE321
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Text Info. Suggested Text (for those who prefer the text to be “like” the class notes) : Fadali and Visioli, Digital Control Engineering: Analysis and Design , Academic Press, 2009. ISBN13: 978 0 12 374498 2 374498 2. Alternative Textbooks (for those who prefer the text to be “different than” the class notes): text to be “different than” the class notes) : G.F. Franklin, J.D. Powell, and M. Workman, Digital Control of Dynamic Systems 3rd Ed Ellis Kagle Press Control of Dynamic Systems, 3rd Ed. , Ellis Kagle Press, 1998. ISBN13: 978 0 9791226 0 6.
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