EE 6331 - Linear Systems and Signals - Fall 1998

INSTRUCTOR: L. R. Hunt

OFFICE: EC 4.214

OFFICE HOURS: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm, TR, or by appointment

PHONE: (972) 883-2191

EMAIL: hunt@utdallas.edu

COURSE OBJECTIVE: To use simple and efficient methods to develop results and design procedures for linear systems.

TEXT: Linear System Theory and Design, Chi-Tsong Chen, Third Edition, Oxford University Press.

SOFTWARE TOOLS: MATLAB

COURSE OUTLINE:
(subject to variations as needed)
  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Chapter 2: Mathematical Descriptions of Systems
  • Chapter 3: Linear Algebra
  • Chapter 4: State Space Solutions and Realizations
  • Chapter 5: Stability
  • Chapter 6: Controllability and Observability
  • Chapter 8: State Feedback and State Estimators (8.1 - 8.5)
  • Chapter 7: Minimum Realizations and Coprime Factors (7.1 - 7.2)
  • Chapter 9: Pole Placement and Model Matching (9.1 - 9.3)

GRADING:
  • First exam - 25% of grade
  • Second exam - 25% of grade
  • Final exam at 8:30 pm on Friday, December 11 - 40% of grade
  • Homework - 10% of grade

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