This is the homepage for CDS 110, "Introduction to Control Theory". This web page is managed by Richard Murray. Last 1odified: 04-Jan-2003 . This is the main homepage for the class. For the web pages for each quarter, click on one of the links below:
This course is an introduction to analysis and design of feedback control systems,
including classical control theory in the time and frequency domain. Modeling
of physical, biological and information systems using linear and nonlinear differential
equations. Stability and performance of interconnected systems, including use
of block diagrams, Bode plots, Nyquist criterion, and Lyapunov functions. Robustness
and uncertainty management in feedback systems through stochastic and deterministic
methods. Introductory random processes, Kalman filtering, and norms of signals
and systems. The first term of this course is taught concurrently with CDS 101,
but includes additional lectures, reading, and homework that is focused on analytical
techniques for design and synthesis
of control systems.
Suggested pre-requisites: Basic course on ordinary differential equations and
linear algebra (equivalent to Ma 1/2).