ENGR101 HM - Advanced Systems Engineering I

Credit(s): 3

Instructor(s): Cha, Clark, Durón, Wang, Yang

Offered: Fall

Description: Analysis and design of continuous-time and discrete-time systems using time domain and frequency domain techniques. The first semester focuses on the connections and distinctions between continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems and their representation in the time and frequency domains. Topics include impulse response, convolution, continuous and discrete Fourier series and transforms, and frequency response. Current applications, including filtering, modulation and sampling, are presented, and simula­tion techniques based on both time and frequency domain representations are introduced. In the second semester additional analysis and design tools based on the Laplace- and z-transforms are developed, and the state space formulation of continuous and discrete-time systems is presented. Concepts covered during both semesters are applied in a comprehensive treatment of feedback control systems including performance criteria, stability, observability, controllability, compensa­tion and pole placement.

Prerequisite(s): ENGR072 HM ENGR079 HM , and ENGR080 HM   

This course information is from the 2021-2022 Catalog. View this publication.

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