Usman Khan


Fall 2016: EE-105 Feedback Control Systems



Lectures and Supporting material
Homework and Solution

Schedule
Monday and Wednesday, 3:00pm - 4:15pm, Halligan 108

No classes
(Columbus Day) October 10, 2016
(Thanksgiving) November 23, 2016

Instructor
Prof. Usman Khan
135 Halligan
Email: khan AT ece DOT tufts DOT edu
Office hours: Mon and Wednesday 4:30-5:30pm (or by email, walk-ins welcome)
Course web: http://www.eecs.tufts.edu/~khan/Courses/Fall2016/EE105/ee105_fall2016.html

Teaching Assistant
Sam Safavi
Office hours: Tuesdays and Fridays: 12pm-1pm, Halligan 137

Textbook
Modern Control Engineering, Ogata, 5th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2010.

Other helpful references
Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems, by Franklin, Powell, and Emami-Naieni, 6th Ed., Prentice Hall, 2009.
Modern Control Systems, Dorf and Bishop, 9th Ed., Prentice Hall, 2011.
Matrix theory resources
Matrix Computations, Golub and Van Loan, The Johns Hopkins University Press.
Introduction to Linear Algebra, Gilbert Strang, 4th Ed., Wellesley-Cambridge Press, 2009.
Linear Algebra and its Applications, Gilbert Strang, 4th Ed., Cengage, 2006.

Course outline
Selected topics from Chapters 1-3 and 5-10 in the textbook.
The first half of the course is on modern control that covers the fundamentals of state-feedback including topics such as matrix differential equations, controllability, state transformations, canonical forms, and control matrix design. The second half covers classical control and output-feedback with topics including transfer functions, s-plane analysis, stability criteria, PID controllers, root locus, controller design using op-amps, and compensation networks.
Required: EE23 and Math 70; OR graduate standing

I would assume a sound understanding of 'Linear Algebra' and 'Signal and Systems'. If concepts like vector spaces, LTI systems, convolution, Laplace, Fourier, and z-transforms are unfamiliar, you should talk to me in advance.

Course structure
Weekly Homework** (35%)
Midterm exam 1 (20%): see course schedule, in class
Midterm exam 2 (20%): see course schedule, in class
Final project/exam (25%): see final exam schedule for date and location

Miscellaneous
Reading, Welcome to Feedback Universe , Michael S. Malone, Forbes Magazine, Oct. 2002.
Reading, For Spy in the Sky, New Eyes, Ian Austen, New York Times, Jun. 2001.
Reading, State-space vs transfer function approach, Christian Schmid, Course on Dynamics of multidisplicinary and controlled Systems.
Reading, Control Theory: History, Mathematical Achievements and Perspectives, E. Fernandez-Cara and E. Zuazua.
Reading, Modern Control Theory--A historical perspective, Neculai Andrei.


**Late Homework Policy: No late homework will be accepted.
HW has to be handed in class on the day it is due
DO NOT put the solution in my or the TAs mailbox



Electrical and Computer Engineering
School of Engineering
Tufts University