National Chuanghua University of Education - Spring 2017
Course Program: Ph.D.
Instructor: Dr. Yao
Course Title: Special Topics in Computer-Controlled Systems
Credit Hours: 3 credits ＼ 3 hours
Practically all control systems that are implemented today are based on computer control. This course provides opportunities to study and develop new algorithms for analysis, design and implementation of computer-controlled systems with higher performance than traditional analog-controlled systems.
Modifications to this syllabus may be required during the semester. Any changes to the syllabus will be posted on the course web site and will be announced in the classroom.
1. Introduction to Computer-Controlled Theory.
2. Digital Control System (Theory and State Models).
3. Controllability and Observability
4. Discrete-Time Composite System
5. Discrete-Time State Transformation
6. Optimal Control Systems and Sub-Optimal Control
7. Aggregation Model
8. Stochastic Model
9. Matlab Tools
10. Paper Review
Assessment Methods and Grading：
Homework: 20%，Quizzes: 20%，Mid-term exam : 30%，Final exam : 30%.
1. Lecture Note
2. Karl J. Astrom and Bjorn Wittenmark, Computer-Controlled Systems, Prentice Hall.
3. Benjamin C. Kuo, Farid Golnaraghi, Automatic Control Systems, Wiley..
4. Richard C. Dorf and Robert H. Bishop, Modern Control Systems.
5. Jacqueline wilkie, Control Engineering, Palgrave.
Undergraduate level of digital control theory, basics of linear algebra, and difference equations are needed. Basic familiarity with Matlab is also required.
Office Hours: based on appointment
Lab website: http://blog.ncue.edu.tw/kcyao