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ECE 6335 Digital Control Systems Syllabus — Spring 2012 Catalog Description: Cr. 3. (3-0). Prerequisite: ECE 4375. Analysis and synthesis of digital control systems: z-transform; pulse transfer functions; discrete-time response; frequency domain analysis; stabil- ity; root locus; frequency domain concepts; parameter identification; state-space modeling; sampled-data system; time-delayed system; hybrid controller design. Section: 19628 , T/TH 4:00pm - 5:30pm, Rm: D3 E223 Instructor: Dr. Robert S. Provence Office: TBD E-mail: robert.s.provence@nasa.gov Phone: 281-483-3443 Office hours: by appointment Course Outline
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Introduction 2. Signals and wave forms 3. Z-transforms 4. Pulse-transfer functions 5. Discrete-time response 6. Frequency-domain analysis 7. Stability analysis 8. Root locus method 9. Design using frequency domain concepts 10. Design using time domain concepts Textbook: Digital Control System Analysis and Design (3 rd ed), by Phillips and Nagle. ISBN-10: 013309832X Grading: 10% Classroom participation & quizzes, 20% Computer projects, 10% Homework, 20% Midterm, & 40% Final exam Final Exam Schedule: 5-8pm, May 10th, 2012 Grade Posting: On Blackboard (http://blackboard.egr.uh.edu/)...
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