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Course# ME-523: Nonlinear Control Systems

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Les systèmes non linéaires sont analysés en vue d'établir des lois de commande. On présente la stabilité au sens de Lyapunov, ainsi que des méthodes de commande géométrique (linéarisation exacte). Divers exemples illustrent la théorie (exercices papier crayon et simulations à l'ordinateur).

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