CDS 101: Lecture 2.1 System Modeling
Richard M. Murray 4 October 2004 Goals: Define what a model is and its use in answering questions about a system Introduce the concepts of state, dynamics, inputs and outputs Provide examples of common modeling techniq
CDS 101: Lecture 6.1 Transfer Functions
Richard M. Murray and Steven Low 3 November 2003 Goals: Motivate and define the input/output transfer function of a linear system Understand the relationships among frequency response (Bode plot), transfer function,
CDS 110b: Lecture 1-2 Observability and State Estimation
Richard M. Murray 5 January 2007 Goals: Define observability and give conditions for checking observability for linear control systems Introduce the state estimation problem and Luenberger observers
CDS 101: Lecture 5.1 Reachability and State Space Feedback
Richard M. Murray and Hideo Mabuchi 25 October 2004 Goals: Define reachability of a control system Give tests for reachability of linear systems and apply to examples Describe the design of state
CDS 101: Lecture 4.1 Linear Systems
Richard M. Murray 18 October 2004 Goals: Describe linear system models: properties, examples, and tools Characterize stability and performance of linear systems in terms of eigenvalues Compute linearization of a nonline
CDS 110: Lecture 1.2 Applications of Control
Richard M. Murray 29 September 2004 Goals: Describe modern engineering environment for control Survey engineering applications of control and key features Provide information on CDS 110 sections; explain schedu
CDS 101: Lecture 3.1 Stability and Performance
Richard M. Murray 11 October 2004 Goals: Describe different types of stability for an equilibrium point Explain the difference between local/global stability, and related concepts Describe performance measure