EE611 Deterministic Systems, Fall 2009

Instructor: Dr. K. D. Donohue

Phone: 859-257-4004

Email: donohue@engr.uky.edu

Office: 683 Anderson Tower

Hours: Mon. 2-5PM and Friday. 10-11AM or by appointment.

WebPage:
http://www.engr.uky.edu/~donohue

TA: Mr. Eric Dedrick


Email: dedrick@vbnm.net

Office: 675 FPAT

Hours: Wed. 10-12Noon or by appointment.



Class Meetings: Room 257 FPAT, MWF 9:00AM to 9:50AM.


Expected Student Outcomes: A student who has successfully completed this course should be able to:

  1. Use transfer function and state-space representations to describe linear systems .

  2. Classify systems based on their properties and descriptions, which include causality, linearity, time-invariance, continuous-time, controllability, observability, and stability.

  3. Solve for system outputs given inputs, initial conditions/states, and state-space or transfer function descriptions.

  4. Analyze and design state observer systems.

  5. Analyze and design state feedback systems

  6. Create computer programs (such as MATLAB, Octave, or Simulink) to analyze and design systems


Text: C-S Chen, Linear Systems Theory and Design, Third Edition, Oxford University Press, New York, 1999, ISBN-13: 978-0-19-511777-6


Grading Policy: Your grade will be based on:

13 Homework Assignments for 13%

5 highest quiz scores for 20%

1 Midterm for 30%

1 final exam for 37%


Letter Grade Assignment: from 100 to 90 pts. => A, from 89 to 80 pts. => B, from 79 to 70 pts => C, from 69 to 0 pts. => E


Email List: All students are expected to subscribe to the class email list at:

http://lists.engr.uky.edu/mailman/listinfo/ee611

and will be responsible for material sent to the class via email.


Homework Policy: Homework problems will be assigned and graded by the TA.


Quiz Policy: A typically quiz will have a 10-15 minute time limit. In-class quizzes will be closed-note and closed-book. Quizzes that require computer software will be take-home assignments and due the following class period. At least 5 quizzes will be given in the semester. If more than 5 quizzes are given, only the top 5 quiz scores will be used in computing the final grade. Failure to take a quiz at the time it is given will result in a score of zero. Makeup quizzes will not be given. If you have questions regarding the grading of a particular quiz, it must be submitted in writing to the instructor by the next class period after it was returned.


Midterm Exam: A midterm exam will be given during a regular class period.


Final Exam: A final exam will be given during finals week. Student having conflicts on the exam day will need to notify the instructor immediately to determine what arrangements can be made.


Unethical behavior: The following activities are unethical:

Any of these will result in the consequences described in the university’s policy on academic dishonesty. (see http://www.chem.uky.edu/research/grossman/acadoffenses/index.htm ).


Workload: The key to doing well is maintaining a consistent level of effort throughout the semester. Plan on attending class meetings and devoting at least 6 to 10 hours weekly for homework and study outside of class.



Tentative Course Schedule EE611

Unit

Dates

Text Section

Topics

Homework

1

8-26,28

Ch. 2.1-2.3

Course Introduction, System descriptions and notations

2.1,3,5(assume system is linear),9,10

2

8-31, 9-2,4

2.4-2.7

Examples, discrete system representations

2.14,17,19 (lecture note problems)

3

9-9,11

3.1-3.4

(Quiz 1) Vector Spaces, Basis Changes

3.1,2,5,6,7,12

4

9-14,16,18

3.5-3.11

Jordan Form, Functions of Matrices, Singular Value Decomposition

3. 13,14,16,20,34,38

5

9-21,23,25

4.1-4.3

(Quiz 2) Solutions of linear dynamical equations

4.1,2,3,4,5,7,8, (lecture note problems)

6

9-28,30, 10-2

4.4-4.6

Time-varying systems, state transition matrix

4.11,16,17,18,21(lecture note problem)

7

10-5,7,9

5.1-5.4

(Quiz 3) Stability

5.1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9,10,13

8

10-12,14,16

6.1-6.3

Controllability, Observability continuous

6.1,2,5,6 (lecture note problems)

9

10- 19,21,23

6.4-6.8

(Quiz 4) Decompositions, Controllability, Observability discrete

6.8,10,11,12,14,19 (lecture note problems)

10

10-26,28,30

7.1-7.2

Review (Midterm Exam 10/30)


11

11-2,4,6

8.1-8.3

Realizations for transfer functions and state-space representations

(7.1,2,3,5,7 Not Assigned)

12

11-9,11,13

8.4-8.5

State feedback

8.1,2,4,7,8

13

11-16,18,20

8.7-8.8

(Quiz 5) State estimation and feedback

8.11,12

14

11/23/09

9.1-9.3

Multivariable feedback


15

11-30,12-2,4

9.4-9.6

(Quiz 6) Compensation and Pole-Placement

9.2,3,5,7

16

12-7,9,11

Review

Multi-variable model matching, Review


17

12/14/09


Final Exam – 10:30am to 12:30pm