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Discrete-Time Systems: Analysis and Control (E C E 516) Syllabus
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Discrete-Time Systems: Analysis and Control
E C E 516 ( 3 Credits )
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Fundamentals of discrete-time linear systems from a control perspective, including both frequency-domain (classical) and time-domain (modern) control strategies. Topics covered include analysis of difference equations, the z-transform, stability theory, minimality, stabilization techniques, and tracking problems.
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ECE 332 & 416
Department: ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGR
College: College of Engineering
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DANIEL COBB
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