Course Detail for CRN: 36294
Course: ME 212
Title: Robust and Optimal Controls
Credit Hours: 4.00
Course Fee:  
Description:
Introduces advanced methods of multiple-input multiple output (MIMO) control system robustness analysis and optimal design. Covers both Pontryagin’s maximum principle based optimal control and operator-theoretical approaches including LQR, LQG, and H2, H-infinite techniques. Robust control techniques include QFT, H-infinity, mu-synthesis, and interval polynomial approaches. Other advanced control techniques such as finite horizon control, networked control systems, self-optimizing control and fractional order control ideas will be covered too.


Your level status must be one of the following
Graduate


Prerequisites for this course
    ME 210 Minimum Grade: B  

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