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Revision as of 15:59, 4 August 2008

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Note:: if you are looking for solutions to the exercises, you won't find them here. Solutions to exercises are available to course instructors by contacting Princeton University Press.

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  4. Wait until you are assigned a set of problems to work on (status will be changed to 'I', with your initials listed in the author column.

Chapter 1 - Introduction

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
1.1* Vestibulo-occular reflex eyemotion C KJA
1.2* Everyday examples of feedback systems fbkexamps C Misc
1.3* Human balance system balance-human C CL
1.4* Exploring the performance of a cruise controller cruise-redesign C CL
1.5* Integral action integral C KJA
1.6* Popular press articles nytexamps C RMM
1.7 Milk supply chain milksupply P KJA Figure missing
1.8 Exploring the performance of a cruise controller (supplemental) cruise-mlintro A CL Cleaned up preliminary solution with model from 3.1.
1.9 MATLAB ball and beam ballbeam-mlintro P Misc Preliminary solution available; could be cleaned up;
1.10 Web search: voltage clamp voltageclamp Give short intro plus web links
1.11 Web search: haptics and force feedback haptics Give short intro plus web links
1.12 Anti-rollover control rollover Give short summary of regulations

Chapter 2 - System Modeling

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
2.1* Chain of integrators form chainofint C SH
2.2* Inverted pendulum balance-bal2inv C RMM
2.3* Disrete-time dynamics discrete-solutions C SH
2.4* Keynesian economics discrete-keynes C SH
2.5* Least squares system identification sysid-leastsq C SH
2.6* Normalized oscillator dynamics oscillator C SH
2.7* Electric generator powergrid P RMM
2.8* Admission control for a queue queue-admcontrol A KJA
2.9* Biological switch biocircuits-switchmod A RMM
2.10* Motor drive dcmotor-modeling C SH
2.11 Uncertainty lemon lemon P
2.12 Frequency response freqresp
2.13 Eye and head motion occular-blockdiag P
2.14 Second-order system identification sysid-logdec
2.15 Insect vision flyvision P
2.16 State space model for balance systems balance-statespace
2.17 fingerflame P
2.18 Consensus and invariants compsys-invariants P
2.19 Electric motor electricmotor P
2.20 exothermic
2.21 caffeine P
2.22 ballbeam-modeling P
2.23 pvtol2invpend
2.24 flyflight
2.25 pendulum P

Chapter 3 - Examples

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
3.1* Cruise control cruise-hillsim A CL
3.2* Bicycle dynamics bicycle-statespace C RMM
3.3* Bicycle steering bicycle-steering C RMM
3.4* Operational amplifier circuit opamp-twopole A SH
3.5* Operational amplifier oscillator opamp-osc A SH
3.6* Congestion control using RED~\cite{Low+02:infocom} congctrl-red P
3.7* Atomic force microscope with piezo tube afm-preload A SH
3.8* Drug administration drugadmin-alcohol C
3.9* Population dynamics logistic A SH
3.10* Fisheries management fishery-modeling A
3.11 Cruise control with powertrain dynamics powertrain P

Chapter 4 - Dynamic Behavior

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
4.1* Time-invariant systems timeshift A SH
4.2* Flow in a tank tank-modeling A SH
4.3* Cruise control cruise-phaseplot A CL Solution updated to match dynamics in text
4.4* Lyapunov functions lyap-secord A SH V_2(x) has been modified
4.5* Damped spring--mass system lyap-oscillator P
4.6* Electric generator powergrid A
4.7* Lyapunov equation lyapqen A
4.8* Congestion control congctrl-lyapstab A
4.9* Swinging up a pendulum invpend-swingup A
4.10* Root locus diagram rootlocus A
4.11* Discrete-time Lyapunov function discrete-lyapunov P Sketch only
4.12* Operational amplifier oscillator opamp-oscnl A SH
4.13* Self-activating genetic circuit biocircuits-posfbk A
4.14* Diagonal systems modal-form P Solution doesn't contain same parts as problem
4.15* Furuta pendulum furuta A
4.16* Routh-Hurwitz criterion routh A
4.17 Exponential stability expstab
4.18 Population dynamics popdyn-logistic P
4.19 Predator prey predprey-limit P
4.20 Windup protection by conditional integration windup-condit P
4.21 Gain scheduling, stability gainsched-stabiility
4.22 Spike generation in neurons fitzhugh-nagumo P
4.23 Consensus dynamics compsys-consensus
4.24 Steering dynamics of a ship tanker-dynamics P
4.25 Pitchfork bifurcation pitchfork
4.26 Stability examples stabexmp P
4.27 Lyapunov stability for cruise control cruise-lyapunov A CL Please add original author of solution to tex file
4.28 Lyapunov stability examples lyapexmp P

Chapter 5 - Linear Systems

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
5.1* Response to the derivative of a signal dersys A SH
5.2* Impulse response and convolution impulse-response A SH
5.3* Pulse response for a compartment model compartment-pulse A SH Need to specify the pulse duration T = 5
5.4* Matrix exponential for second-order system matrixexp P
5.5* Lyapunov function for a linear system lyap-linear A SH
5.6* Nondiagonal Jordan form jordan-nontrivial P
5.7* Rise time for a first-order system risetime-firstord A SH Result does not match the answer
5.8* Discrete-time systems discrete-linsys P solutions for c & d missing
5.9* Keynesian economics discrete-keynes A SH
5.10* linearization-scalar A
5.11* Transcriptional regulation biocircuits-negfbk P
5.12 Normalized coordinates for second-order system transform-oscillator
5.13 Matrix exponential for Jordan form matexp-jordan3x3
5.14 Solution of a second-order system conveq-secord
5.15 Monotone step response conveq-monotone
5.16 purecosine P
5.17 linsys-diffeq P
5.18 linexmp-coupled P
5.19 State variables in compartment models compartment-states
5.20 queue-linsys P
5.21 Keynes model in continuous time keynes-ode
5.22 cartpend P
5.23 linsys-sinresp P

Chapter 6 - State Feedback

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
6.1* Double integrator reachable-doubleint A SH
6.2* Reachability from nonzero initial state reachable-nonzeroic A SH
6.3* Unreachable systems unreachable A SH
6.4* Integral feedback for rejecting constant disturbances integral-noiserej A KJA change needs to be checked
6.5* Rear-steered bicycle bicycle-rearsteer A
6.6* Characteristic polynomial for reachable canonical form reachable-form A SH
6.7* Reachability matrix for reachable canonical form inverse-reachmat A SH
6.8* Non-maintainable equilibria pendcart-noref A SH
6.9* Eigenvalue assignment for unreachable system unreachable-assign A SH
6.10* Cayley--Hamilton theorem cayley-hamilton A
6.11* Motor drive dcmotor-statefbk A Output of the system unspecified
6.12* Whipple bicycle model bicycle-whipple A
6.13* Atomic force microscope afm-scalelqr M
6.14* secord-zero A
6.15* Bryson's rule brysons-rule M
6.16 integral-refgain
6.17 Unreachable compartment model compartment-nonreach.pst P
6.18 refgain-direct
6.19 cruise-norefgain

Chapter 7 - Output Feedback

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
7.1* Coordinate transformations coordxform A SH
7.2* unobservable A SH
7.3* Observable canonical form obsform-transform A SH
7.4* Bicycle dynamics bicycle-observability P
7.5* Integral action integral-action P
7.6* Vectored thrust aircraft pvtol-ssctrl P
7.7* Uniqueness of observers observer-assign
7.8* Observers using differentiation diff A SH
7.9* Observer for Teorell's compartment model compartment-teorellobs P
7.10* Observer design for motor drive dcmotor-observer P
7.11* Feedforward design for motor drive dcmotor-feedforward P
7.12* Whipple bicycle model bicycle-whipple
7.13* Discrete-time random walk kalman-randomwalk P
7.14* Kalman decomposition kalman-decomp-2x2 A SH
7.15 secord-observer P
7.16 Balance system balance-observable
7.17 Balance system with biased measurement balance-statectrl
7.18 Duality observer-duality
7.19 Balance system cartpend-observer
7.20 Trajectory generation trajgen-scalar
7.21 Selection of eigenvalues compartment-poleplace
7.22 Kalman filter for scalar ODE kalman-scalar P

Chapter 8 - Transfer Functions

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
8.1* Steady state response to a sinusoid sininput A SH
8.2* Modal response for a first order system modalinput A SH
8.3* Inverted pendulum invpend-xferfcn A SH
8.4* Solutions corresponding to poles and zeros pzsolns A SH
8.5* Operational amplifier opamp-pictrl A SH
8.6* Transfer function for state space system ssxferfcn A SH
8.7* Kalman decomposition kalmandecomp
8.8* Transfer functions for control systems ctrlxferfcns A SH
8.9* Bode plot for a simple zero bode-zero A SH
8.10* Vectored thrust aircraft pvtol-lateraltf A SH
8.11* Common poles missing
8.12* Congestion control congctrl-xferfcns P
8.13* Inverted pendulum with PD control invpend-pzcancel A SH
8.14* Vehicle suspension~\cite{hedrick90} vehicle-quartercar A SH
8.15* Vibration absorber vibdamper A SH
8.16 freqexamps P
8.17 model-simplification
8.18 cruise-pictrl P
8.19 dcmotor-xferfcn
8.20 xferfcn-match
8.21 heat-propogation P
8.22 queue-xferfcn P
8.23 lq-scalar

Chapter 9 - Frequency Domain Analysis

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
9.1* Operational amplifier opamp-unitygain P
9.2* Atomic force microscope afm-tapping
9.3* Heat conduction heatcond-nyquist P
9.4* Vectored thrust aircraft pvtol-looptf P
9.5* Vehicle steering steering-margins P
9.6* Stability margins for second-order systems secord-margins P
9.7* Congestion control in overload conditions congctrl-overload P
9.8* Bode's formula bode-weight
9.9* Pad\'e approximation to a time delay pade-approx A SH 'a' is not defined
9.10* Inverse response inverse-response P
9.11* Describing function analysis descfcn-hystrelay A SH
9.12 Right half-plane pole nyquist-rhp P
9.13 Third-order system nyquist-thirdorder
9.14 bodenyq P
9.15 Congestion control using TCP/Reno congctrl-margins
9.16 opamp-routh P
9.17 cruise-nyquist-alt P
9.18 Limitations invpend-limits
9.19 Limitations invpend-delay
9.20 Delay differential equations delayde P
9.21 Cruise control design cruise-pictrl P CL Model may need updating; check for duplication with similar exercise in previous chapter

Chapter 10 - PID Control

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
10.1* Ideal PID controllers pid-ideal A SH
10.2* secord-pid A SH
10.3* integral-twopole P
10.4* Ziegler--Nichols tuning zntuning-delint P
10.5* Vehicle steering steering-pi P
10.6* Congestion control congctrl-pituning P
10.7* Motor drive dcmotor-pdctrl P
10.8* derfilter
10.9* Tuning rules zntuning-examples P
10.10* Windup and anti-windup antiwindup-intpi A SH
10.11* Windup protection by conditional integration antiwindup-condint P
10.12 pidmethods P
10.13 pidexmps P
10.14 Compartment model compartment-monotone
10.15 plasma-oven P
10.16 pirlocus P
10.17 pvtol-pid P
10.18 Ball and beam ballbeam-pid
10.19 balance-pid P

Chapter 11 - Frequency Domain Synthesis

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
11.1 gangoffour P
11.2 rhppole-cancel P
11.3 gangoffour-hinfstruc P
11.4 springmass-feedforward P
11.5 Sensitivity of feedback and feedforward sensitivity-gyr P
11.6 Equivalence of controllers with two degrees of freedom twodof-equiv P
11.7 Disturbance attenuation sensitivity-atten P
11.8 Disturbance reduction through feedback sensitivity-twopole P
11.9 noiseapprox P
11.10 Attenuation of low-frequency sinusoidal disturbances sinusoid-atten P
11.11 lead-phasecalc P
11.12 rhppzpair P
11.13 sensitivity-pzdel P
11.14 Phase margin formulas sensitivity-pm P
11.15 balance-visual P
11.16 Rear-steered bicycle bicycle-rearsteer P
11.17 bode-compsens P
11.18 Rise-time/bandwidth product risetime-bandwidth P
11.19 laplace-smalltime P
11.20 znlimits P
11.21 Pole in the right half-plane and time delay rhppole-delay P
11.22 Cancellation of unstable process zero steering-reverse
11.23 Limitations on achievable phase lag rhppole-limitations P
11.24 pvtol-gangoffour
11.25 Performance characteristics of second-order systems secord-perf P
11.26 secord-rhpz P
11.27 Integral of complementary sensitivity bode-compsens-alt P
11.28 Bode's integral bode-compsens-norolloff P
11.29 Lead compensator for an insect flight control system flylead P
11.30 Control of a magnetic levitation system maglev P
11.31 pvtol-gangof4
11.32 Relationship between gain and sensitivity crossover frequencies sensitivity-margins P KJA

Chapter 12 - Robust Performance

Num Title Filename Stat Auth Comments
12.1* uncertainty-onepole P
12.2* uncertainty-twopole P
12.3* Difference in sensitivity functions sensitivity-difference P
12.4* The Riemann sphere vinnecombe-sphere P
12.5* Stability margins sensitivity-maxpm P
12.6 idealbode-margins P
12.7* idealbode-fracsys P
12.8* Smith predictor smith-predictor P
12.9* Ideal delay compensator delay-compensation P
12.10* Vehicle steering steering-nyquist P
12.11* design-fourthord P
12.12* AFM nanopositioning system afm-robustpid
12.13* $H_\infty$ control hinf-singval
12.14* hinf-vinnecombe
12.15* robust-statespace P
12.16* Robustness using the Nyquist criterion robust-nyquist P
12.17 Robustness inequalities robustness-conditions
12.18 vinnecombe-nonunity
12.19 vinnecombe-onepole
12.20 Disk drive tracking missing