ME/ECE 851-Linear Systems and Control, Fall 2010

Announcements

- Happy holidays. Here is the LQI note from UC Berkeley ME232, which was related to Problem 2 of the final exam.
- The final exam will be on Tuesday December 14 7:45-9:45 a.m. in the same class room. Good luck!
- The scope is from Lecture 1 to Lecture 21.
- Now the matlab files for hw9 are provided.
- hw9 is posted now. hw9 will be not be graded. Enjoy hw9.

- Exam results are very good again. Great job eveyone. Happy thanksgiving. There is no class on Nov. 24th.
- The solution to hw7 will be given on Friday. For exam 2, please keep and grade your hw7 by Friday (say do it by mid-night). You can turn in the graded hw7 on next Monday after taking exam 2. Use the same grading scale when you grade your hw7, i.e., evey problem is 10 points. If you make minor errors, take 2 points off.

- Commented lecture notes (Lecture 14-16).
- Exam 2 will be on Monday Nov. 22. The scope is up to Lecture 16 (hw7).
- hw7 has been posted.
- Commented lecture notes (Lecture 11-14).
- hw6 has been posted.
- Commneted lecture notes(Lecture 5-11) are here.
- hw5 has been posted.
- The solution to hw 4 will be given on Wedensday. For exam 1, please keep and grade your hw 4 (4 x 10 points) and return the graded hw 4 on next Monday.
- I have posted an extra note on the decomposition.
- Exam 1 will be on October 15th in class. The scope is up to Lecture 8 and hw 4.
- hw4 has been posted.
- The typos in problem 3 in hw3 has been fixed now (thanks to Sara!)
- I have added a set of new slides, pages 24 and 25 in Lecture 5.
- Please try this matlab script: matlab1.m

Instructor: Jongeun Choi, Assisntant Professor

2459
Engineering Building

East Lansing, MI 48824, Phone: (517)-432-3164

Website: http://www.egr.msu.edu/~jchoi/

Class schedule: MWF: 9:10-10:00, Room 226, Erickson Hall.

Office hours: MW 10:30-11:30, Room 2459 Engineering Building. Extra hours can be arranged by appointments (via email).

Syllabus: pdf file.

Grader:

Course Topics

State
models and their stability, controllability and observability
properties.
Finding minimal realizations of transfer functions, Design of state and
output
feedback controllers. Design of state observers. Linear quadratic
regulator and
the Kalman filter. Time-varying systems.

Required
Textbook

A Linear Systems Primer by Antsaklis and Michel Birkhauser, ISBN-13: 978-0-8176-4460-4

A Linear Systems Primer by Antsaklis and Michel Birkhauser, ISBN-13: 978-0-8176-4460-4

Lecture Notes

Homework

There will be about 10 homework assignments, which will be posted at least a week before the due date.

- hw1 by Friday September 10.
- hw2 by Friday 9/24.
- hw3 by Wednesday 10/6
- hw4 by Wednesday 10/13
- hw5 by Wedensday 10/27
- hw6 by Friday 11/5
- hw7 by Wednesday 11/17
- hw8 by Wednesday 12/1
- hw9

Exams

All exams are open book and notes.

Grading

Homeworks
20%

Exam 1 25%

Exam 2 25%

Exam 3 30%

Total 100%

Exam 1 25%

Exam 2 25%

Exam 3 30%

Total 100%