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Course# EE-611: Linear system theory

Summary

The course covers control theory and design for linear time-invariant systems : (i) Mathematical descriptions of systems (ii) Multivariables realizations; (iii) Stability ; (iv) Controllability and Observability; (v) Minimal realizations and coprime fractions; (vi) Pole placement and model matching.

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