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EE3304: Digital Control Systems (Part 2) Ben M. Chen Associate Professor Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering The National University of Singapore Phone: 6874-2289 Office: Block E4-6-7 Email: bmchen@nus.edu.sg http://vlab.ee.nus.edu.sg/~bmchen 1 Prepared by Ben M. Chen Course outline — Part 2 ã Introduction to control systems; control system examples; basic principle of feedback control; brief review of control development history. ã Digital control systems design: Time domain spec
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  1 Prepared by Ben M. Chen EE3304: Digital Control Systems (Part 2) Ben M. Chen  Associate Professor Department of Electrical & Computer EngineeringThe National University of SingaporePhone: 6874-2289 Office: Block E4-6-7Email: bmchen@nus.edu.sghttp://vlab.ee.nus.edu.sg/~bmchen  2 Prepared by Ben M. Chen Course outline —Part 2  ã Introduction to control systems; control system examples; basic principle of feedback control; brief review of control development history.ãDigital control systems design: Time domain specifications; Dynamic responseto unit step and ramp functions. Stability of discrete time systems; Digital PIDdesign; Pole placement design.ãDigital Control system design: Frequency domain specifications; Gain andphase margins; Compensator design with bilinear transformations.ãDigital control system design through state space approach: State spacedescription of discrete systems; State feedback design via pole placement;State estimator design; Controller design with state estimator.  3 Prepared by Ben M. Chen Textbook —Primary selection  ãGF Franklin, JD Powell and ML Workman, Digital Control of Dynamic Systems  ,3 rd Edition, Addison Wesley, 1998. Homework assignments  ãThere will be 3 homework assignments for this second part. The homeworkassignments will be graded and credited as 10% of the final grade. Additional note on supporting software  ãStudents are expected to be familiar with the computational software toolM  ATLAB and its package S IMULINK .  4 Prepared by Ben M. Chen 1. Introduction & Revision 
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