ece230bSpring11-handout - LINEAR SYSTEMS II ECE230B/ME243B...

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Unformatted text preview: LINEAR SYSTEMS II ECE230B/ME243B SPRING 2011 TU TH 4:00-5:50PM @ PHELPS 1431 Course summary This course complements ECE230ALinear Systems I in providing the students with the basic tools of modern linear systems theory. The specific courses covered in this course include: Multivariable poles and zeros: Smith-McMillan form, poles, transmission and invariant zeros, McMillan degree & minimal realizations LQR/LQG control: Algebraic Riccati Equation (ARE), Kalmans inequality, frequency-domain properties of LQR, loop-shaping using LQR, the cheap control, problem, Minimum Energy (ME) state estimators, Stochastic LQG, Loop transfer recovery (LTR) Operator approach to systems theory: frequency-domain transforms, time-invariance, causality, Small-gain Theorem. Model reduction: balanced realizations, Hankel operators, balanced truncation Feedback stabilization, parameterization of all stabilizing controllers, controller design by convex optimization methods The students will also be introduced to the computational tools for linear systems theory available in...
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course ECE 224b taught by Professor Brewer during the Fall '09 term at UCSB.

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ece230bSpring11-handout - LINEAR SYSTEMS II ECE230B/ME243B...

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