Control systems are an integral part of everyday life in today’s society. They
control our appliances, our entertainment centers, our car and our office
environment, they control our industrial processes and our transportation
system, and they control our exploration of land, sea, air and space. Almost all
of these applications use digital controllers implemented with computers,
microprocessors, or digital electronics. Every electrical, chemical or
mechanical engineer student should therefore be familiar with the theory of
Introduction to Digital
Control, Basic concepts of z-transformation, Impulse Response,
Frequency Response of Discrete-Time Systems, Modeling of Digital Control
Systems, Steady-State Error Computation for Digital Control Systems, Analysis
and design of Digital Control Systems, z-Root Locus, Frequency Response
Methods, State-Space Analysis of Digital Control Systems, Controllability,
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Digital Control Engineering,
M. Sami Fadali and A.
Visioli, Academic Press, Burlington,
Digital Control of Dynamic Systems, 3rd
edition, G.F. Franklin, J.D. Powell, M. Workman.
Control Systems, 2rd edition, Katsuhiko Ogata, (Prentice
Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1995).
Digital Control System Analysis and
Design, 3rd edition, C.L. Phillips and H.T. Nagle.
Digital Control, K.M. Moudgalya.
Digital Control Systems, 2nd edition, B.
Prerequisites by topic:
Basics of Laplace
transformation, linear algebra, continuous-time system modeling and analysis,
and continuous-time feedback system stability