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# fall_08-1 - Syllabus MAE 4720/7720 Modern Control Fall 2008...

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Syllabus – MAE 4720/7720 Modern Control Fall 2008 Dr. Craig Kluever [email protected] Reference texts: Modern Control Engineering (4th ed) , K. Ogata, 2002 ( not required ) Optimal Control , F.L. Lewis, 1986 (not required) Course Description: Modern Control will focus on the analysis and design of control and estimation systems using state-space methods. Topics will include controllability and observability, feedback control using pole-placement, state observers, optimal control, optimal linear-quadratic feedback control, optimal estimation, stochastic systems, and Kalman filters. Students will use Matlab and Simulink to design and analyze control systems. Modern Control will focus on design projects and real-world engineering examples from the aerospace industry. Week Topics Text 1 Control history, state-space representation, linearization 1.1-1.3, 3.4-3.5 2 Canonical forms, eigenvalues, transformations, diagonalization 11.1-11.3 3 State equation solution, STM, C-H theorem, controllability 11.3-11.6 4 Observability, examples, pole-placement derivation 11.7, 12.1 5 Ackermann’s formula, regulator design, Matlab examples 12.2-12.3 6 MIMO tracking systems; intro to static optimization 12.4 , 1.1-1.2 7 Optimal control problems; necessary conditions; 2PBVP 3.1-3.2 8 Optimal LQR; steady-state LQR solutions; LQR examples 12.8 , 3.3-3.4 9 Optimal LQ tracking problems; Exam I 12.5, 3.3-3.4 10 State observers, Matlab examples

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## This note was uploaded on 01/12/2011 for the course MAE 4720 taught by Professor Dr.kluever during the Spring '10 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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