E1 241: Dynamics of Linear SystemsInstructorVaibhav Katewa Class TimingsTueThu, 2:003:30 PM. First class is on Aug. 05, 2021. VenueOnline on Microsoft Teams. The link to join the class lectures is here. The link to join the Teams group is here. Class LogisticsWe will have live lectures on Microsoft Teams. These lectures will be recorded and made available to the students after each class along with the handwritten notes. The registered students will be added to a Class group in Microsoft Teams. Thereafter, all the course correspondence will happen in this Teams group. Teaching Assistants
Course Overview and SyllabusThis is an introductory graduate level course on control system theory. The students will learn analysis, design, and control of physical systems that are dynamic in nature (that is, systems which evolve over time). The course focuses on systems that can be described by linear dynamical equations. There will be a strong emphasis on mathematical analysis of these system using tools from linear algebra and matrix theory. The course will enable students to think “mathematically” and apply relevant techniques to derive mathematical results for these systems. We will broadly cover the following topics:
PrerequisitesExposure to undergraduate level linear algebra/matrix theory and differential equations is desired. We will review relevant concepts from linear algebra in the course. Grading
ReferencesWe will closely follow the following textbooks:
The second book is a more comprehensive treatment of the first one. Both the books are available for download using IISc institutional access. You may have to connect via VPN to access the links. Other reference books are:
