**EEME E6601x Introduction to control theory** *3 pts. Lect:
3.* Prerequisites: MATH V2030. A graduate-level introduction to classical and
modern feedback control that does not presume an undergraduate background in
control. Scalar and matrix differential equation models, and solutions in
terms of state transition matrices. Transfer functions and transfer function
matrices, block diagram manipulations, closed-loop response. Proportional,
rate, and integral controllers, and compensators. Design by root locus and
frequency response. Controllability, observability. Luenberger observers,
pole placement, and linear-quadratic cost controllers.

**EEME E6601x Introduction to control theory** *3 pts. Lect:
3.* Prerequisites: MATH V2030. A graduate-level introduction to classical and
modern feedback control that does not presume an undergraduate background in
control. Scalar and matrix differential equation models and solutions in
terms of state transition matrices. Transfer functions and transfer function
matrices, block diagram manipulations, closed loop response. Proportional,
rate, and integral controllers, and compensators. Design by root locus and
frequency response. Controllability and observability. Luenberger observers,
pole placement, and linear-quadratic cost controllers.