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This course teaches the design and analysis of digital control systems. It covers the topics of discrete-time system modeling, z-transform, stability, controllability and observability of discrete time systems, various design approaches to control design in which sensor, computer hardware, actuation, communication and user interface are part of the design. Prerequisites(s): Enrollment is
restricted to students who have taken CMPE 141, or CMPE 241. For graduate students, enrollment is also possible without any of these courses, but it is subject to approval by the instructor. Note: The knowledge of linear algebra, calculus, basic differential equations, Laplace transform, signals and systems, linear system control theory, MATLAB and the use of a word processing software are assumed.
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