Department of Electrical and
Computer Engineering
EEC
510
Linear
Systems
Fall
2002
Description: Fundamental concepts in linear system theory: matrix algebra, linear vector space, linear operator; linearity, causality, relaxedness, and time invariance. Inputoutput and statespace models. Solutions of linear dynamic equation and impulse response. Characteristics of linear systems: controllability, observability, and stability.
Objective: After taking this course, the student should be able to derive mathematical models of physical systems and analyze those models. We will discuss both continuoustime and discretetime systems. Matlab problems will be assigned as part of the homework to demonstrate the theory discussed in class. After taking this course, the student will be in a position to move on to more advanced courses and topics in control theory and signal processing.
Text: J. Bay, Fundamentals of Linear State Space Systems, McGraw Hill, 1999.
References: P. Antsaklis and A. Michel,
Linear Systems, McGraw Hill, 1997.
W. Brogan, Modern Control
Theory, Prentice Hall, 1985.
C. Chen, Linear System Theory and Design,
T.
Kailath, Linear Systems, Prentice Hall, 1980.
W. Rugh, Linear
System Theory, Prentice Hall, 1996.
Prereqs: Graduate standing.
Time:
M W,
Place: Stilwell Hall Room 311
Instructor: Dr. Dan Simon
Phone: 2166875407
Web: http://academic.csuohio.edu/simond/
Office: Stilwell Hall
343
Lab: Stilwell Hall 308
Office Hours: M W
Feel free to call or stop by my office or lab any time and I'll be happy to help you if I'm available.
Grading: Quizzes 30%
Midterm 20%
Written Homework
10%
Matlab Homework 10%
Final Exam 30%
Homework: The homework assignments can be found at http://academic.csuohio.edu/simond/courses/eec510/homework.html. You can work with others on homework, but identical homework assignments will be given a grade of zero. Late homework will not be accepted. Homework should be neat and legible, the pages should be stapled, and the problems should be in order.
Tests: Quizzes and Exams will be open book and open notes. No electronic devices (e.g., calculators or computers) are allowed during quizzes or exams. No makeup quizzes or exams will be allowed without the prior permission of the instructor.
Course
Outline
Date 
Class Activity 

Date 
Class Activity 
Mon. Aug. 26 
Chap. 1 Lecture 

Wed. Aug. 28 
Chap. 1 Lecture 
Mon. Sep. 2 


Wed. Sep. 4 
Chap. 1 Lecture 
Mon. Sep. 9 
Chap. 1
HW Chap. 2 Lecture 

Wed. Sep. 11 
Chap. 2 Lecture 
Mon. Sep. 16 
Chap. 1 Quiz 

Wed. Sep. 18 
Chap. 3 Lecture 
Mon. Sep. 23 
Chap. 2 HW
Chap. 3 Lecture 

Wed. Sep. 25 
Chap. 4 Lecture 
Mon. Sep. 30 
Chap. 3 HW Chap. 4 Lecture 

Wed. Oct. 2 
Chap. 2 Quiz Chap. 4 Lecture 
Mon. Oct. 7 
Chap. 4 HW Chap. 5 Lecture 

Wed. Oct. 9 
Chap. 5 Lecture 
Mon. Oct. 14 


Wed. Oct. 16 
Chap. 5 HW Chap. 6 Lecture 
Mon. Oct. 21 
Chap. 6 Lecture 

Wed. Oct. 23 
Chaps. 35
Quiz Chap. 7 Lecture 
Mon. Oct. 28 
Midterm Chaps.
15 

Wed. Oct. 30 
Chap. 6 HW Chap. 7 Lecture 
Mon. Nov. 4 
Chap. 7 Lecture 

Wed. Nov. 6 
Chap. 8 Lecture 
Mon. Nov. 11 


Wed. Nov. 13 
Chap. 7 HW Chap. 8 Lecture 
Mon. Nov. 18 
Chap. 8 Lecture 

Wed. Nov. 20 
Chap. 9 Lecture 
Mon. Nov. 25 
Chap. 8 HW Chap. 9 Lecture 

Wed. Nov. 27 
Chaps. 67 Quiz Chap. 10 Lecture 
Mon. Dec. 2 
Chap. 9 HW Chap.10 Lecture 

Wed. Dec. 4 
Chap. 10 HW Chap. 10 Lecture 
Mon. Dec. 6 
Final
Exam 



Grading
Scale
A......................... 93–100
A minus............... 90–92
B plus.................. 87–89
B......................... 83–86
B minus................ 80–82
C plus.................. 77–79
C......................... 70–76
D......................... 60–69
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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