## ELEC 602 - Linear Systems
5% Active Participation 25% Homework 25% Midterm Exam 15% Final Presentation 30% Final Exam
## DescriptionSyllabus: Course overview, systems overview, linear algebra, matrix theory Linear time invariant systems Open loop aspects: Controllability, Observability, Canonical forms Stability analysis State feedback State estimation Linear time varying systems
Main textbook: Chi-Tsong Chen, *“Linear System Theory and Design”*, 4th International Edition, Oxford University Press, 2014
Recommended References: Thomas Kailath, *“Linear Systems”*, 1st Edition, Prentice-Hall, 1980Gilbert Strang, *“Introduction to Linear Algebra”*, 5th Edition, Wellesley-Cambridge Press, 2016Gilbert Strang, *“Introduction to Linear Algebra”*, 4th Edition, Wellesley-Cambridge Press, 2009
## Lecture Notes and HomeworkVersion 1 (Fall 2016)
Lecture 1: Systems Overview, Linear Time Invariant Systems, Linear Algebra Lecture 2: Systems, State Space Models, Time Response, Matrix Exponential Lecture 3: Cayley Hamilton Theorem, From TF to SS and Vice Versa Lecture 5: Canonical Forms, Minimal Realizations, From SS to DE Directly Lecture 9: State Estimation, State Feedback + State Estimator
- Homework Version 2 (Fall 2019)
- Lecture Notes Lecture 1: Systems Overview, Linear Time Invariant Systems, Linear Algebra Lecture 2: Systems, State Space Models, Time Response, Matrix Exponential Lecture 3: Cayley Hamilton Theorem, From TF to SS and Vice Versa Lecture 5: Canonical Forms, Minimal Realizations, From SS to DE Directly
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