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Introduction What it’s about Understanding of fundamental principles of systems analysis Provide tools to move onto more advanced courses in controls Today Won’t do too much, but will still get to some material Introduction Course admin Policies, grading, schedule, syllabus Intro to controls Terminology & examples
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Basic Definitions Control To regulate, direct or command in our use in engineering Refers to manipulation of inputs that are imposed on a physical system in order to create a desirable behavior System Combination of components connected/related in such a manner to command, direct or regulate itself or another system Uses Power amplification, remote control, improve dynamics, convenient inputs, disturbance rejection, eliminate risk to human operators, tracking, etc. Ex) Mercedes 300 controller connected to: cruise control, active body control, ABS, electronic stability, skid control, proximity control, volume control, motor & fuel use, exhaust, airbag, steering
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