Information for instructors
This page contains information for instructors who want to use Feedback Systems to teach courses on feedback and control. In addition to the links on this page, a set of course syllabus suggestions has been compiled that provides suggestions for how to use the text.
- Lessons learned from teaching out of AM08
Feedback Systems can be used for a wide variety of courses and has been organized to allow different material to be included depending on the audience. Some common configurations (click on the links for a more detailed description):
- 10 week engineering course for seniors/first year grad students
- 15 week engineering course for seniors/first year grad students
- 10 week graduate course for non-majors (state space)
- 15 week graduate course for non-majors
We are assembling lecture materials and homework problems that can be used for courses, in conjunction with the textbook.
- Lecture Index - lectures that go along with topics in the text
- Additional Exercises - list of all exercises on the wiki, organized by chapter
- Solutions Manual - information about the solutions manual for the text
If you have additional materials that you would like to contribute to the wiki, please contact Richard Murray.
Recent Courses Using AM08
- UC San Diego MAE 143B, Spring 2010 - Linear Control, Bob Bitmead
- SC 4026, TU Delft, Fall 2009 - Control Systems Design, Alessandro Abate
- SYST003, University of Liège, Fall 2009 - Linear control systems, Rudolphe Sepulchre (in French)
- UT Austin EE 362K, Spring 2009 - Introduction to Automatic Control, Constantine Caramanis
- Stanford APPPHYS 217, Spring 2009 - Estimation and control methods for applied physics, Hideo Mabuchi
- Applied Math 455/655, University of Waterloo, Winter 2008 - Control Theory, Brian Ingalls
- Texas Tech ME 4334, Fall 2008 - Control of Dynamic Systems, Jordan Berg and Qing Hui
- University of Washington EE447, Autumn 2008 - Control Systems Analysis, Eric Klavins
- ESE 441, Washington University, Fall 2008 - Control Systems, Chris Byrnes
- Imperial College, A302, Spring 2008 - Control Systems, Eric Kerrigan
- Tokyo Institute of Technology, 08SC, Summer 2008 - Theory and Practice on Analysis and Design of Linear Control Systems, Masayuki Fujita
- UT Austin EE 362K, Spring 2008 - Introduction to Automatic Control, Constantine Caramanis
- New Mexico Tech EE 544, Fall 2007 - Modern Control Theory, Kevin Wedeward
- A Crash Course in Feedback Control, William Dunbar and Jorge Cortés, 2005.