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Course# ME-326: Control systems and discrete-time control

Summary

Ce cours inclut la modélisation et l'analyse de systèmes dynamiques, l'introduction des principes de base et l'analyse de systèmes en rétroaction, la synthèse de régulateurs dans le domain fréquentiel et dans l'espace d'état, et la commande de systèmes discrets avec une approche polynomiale.

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