Spring 2014. EE582 Digital Control Myung Jin Chung. EE 582 Digital Control (3:1:3) Instructor: Myung Jin Chung Office: 52222 (Tel: 3503429) Office Hours: by Appointment Text Book: Katsuhiko Ogata, "Discretetime Control System," PrenticeHall, 2nd edition, 1995
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EE582 Digital Control
Myung Jin Chung
EE 582 Digital Control (3:1:3)
Instructor: Myung Jin Chung
Office: 52222 (Tel: 3503429)
Office Hours: by Appointment
Text Book:
Katsuhiko Ogata, "Discretetime Control System,"
PrenticeHall, 2nd edition, 1995
References:
1. G.F. Franklin, J.D. Powell, and M. Workman,
"Digital Control of Dynamic Systems,"
AddisonWesley, 3rd edition, 1998
2. C.T. Chen, "Linear System Theory and Design,"
Oxford University Press, 3rd edition, 1999
Course Outlines:
I) Introduction
II) Discrete Systems Analysis
III) SampledData Systems
IV) Discrete Equivalents
V) Design Using Transform Techniques
VI) Design Using StateSpace Methods
VII) Multivariable and Optimal Control
–LQ, LGQ, Kalman Filter
Grading:
Midterm Exam 30%
Final Exam 35%
Homework 20%
Experiment as Term Project 15%
A : 30 ∼ 40%
B : 60 ∼ 70 %
C : 0 ∼ 10 %
Teaching Assistant:
Park, Sang Un (3508029)
Cho, Young Gun (3505429)
Homepage URL:
http://rr.kaist.ac.kr/~ee582
Chapter 1Introduction
plant
u(t)
r(t)
e(t)
y(t)
D(s)
G(s)
+

y(t)
1
sensor(transducer)
plant
u(t)
r(t)
r(kT)
e(kT)
u(kT)
y(t)
Difference Eq.
G(s)
A/D
D/Ahold
+

clock
y(kT)
y(t)
A/D
1
sensor(transducer)
010
100
011
001
010
001
S/H
and
A/D
converter
D/A
converter
Hold
circuit
Plant or
process
Actuator
Digital
computer
+

clock
Transducer
x(t)
x(t)
t
t
Continuoustime
quantized signal
Continuoustime
analog signal
x(t)
x(t)
111
110
101
100
011
010
001
t
t
000
Discretetime
digital signal quantized both in time and in amplitude
Discretetime
sampleddata signal (AM pulse)
Advantages
Disadvantages
How Has Hardware Been Developed
Course Outlines:
I) Introduction
II) Discrete Systems Analysis
III) SampledData Systems
IV) Discrete Equivalents
V) Design Using Transform Techniques
VI) Design Using StateSpace Methods
VII) Multivariable and Optimal Control
–LQ, LGQ, Kalman Filter