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.
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
If you have additional materials that you would like to contribute to the wiki, please contact Richard Murray.
Links to Courses Using Feedback Systems
- Caltech CDS 101/110 - Analysis and Design of Feedback Systems, Richard Murray
- Caltech CDS 101/110, Fall 2005 - Analysis and Design of Feedback Systems, Hideo Mabuchi
- Stanford EE 392m, Spring 2005 - Control Engineering in Industry, Dimitry Gorinevsky
- U. Liege SYST003, Spring 2005 - Analyse des systèmes et introduction à leur synthèse, Rodolphe Sepulchre
- U. Penn, ESE 406/505-MEAM 513 - Control Systems, Ali Jadbabaie
- New Mexico Tech EE 544, Fall 2007 - Modern Control Theory, Kevin Wedeward
- UT Austin EE 362K, Spring 2008 - Introduction to Automatic Control, Constantine Caramanis
- Imperial College, A302, Spring 2008 - Control Systems, Eric Kerrigan
- A Crash Course in Feedback Control, William Dunbar and Jorge Cortés, 2005.