UVic ECE Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering



Assignments should be handed in the drop box in the 2nd floor (next to the elevator) of ELW until 4:30 pm on the due date.

Recorded Assignments can be found in front of EOW 423.

Copies of Lecture Slides

Copies of transparencies (in pdf format) are available here for downloading.

Course Lecture Notes

Unless otherwise noted, all course materials supplied to students in this course have been prepared by the instructor and are intended for use in this course only. These materials are NOT to be re-circulated digitally, whether by email or by uploading or copying to websites, or to others not enrolled in this course. Violation of this policy may in some cases constitute a breach of academic integrity as defined in the UVic Calendar.


1. Required

Title : Discrete Time Control Systems, 2nd Edition
Author : K. Ogata
Publisher : Prentice-Hall
Year : 1995

2. Recommended

Title : MATLAB student Version
Publisher : The MathWorks
NOTE: You will also need to buy the Control Toolbox from MathWorks on line.
See also https://www.mathworks.com/academia/students.html

Useful Links

Course Assessment

Assignments : 5%
Mid-term : 35% Monday, February 5, 2018
Final : 60%

The final grade obtained from the above marking scheme for the purpose of GPA calculation will be based on the percentage-to-grade point conversion table as listed in the current Undergraduate Calendar.

Assignment of E grade and supplemental examination for this course will be at the discretion of the Course Instructor. The rules for supplemental examinations can be found in the current Undergraduate Calendar here.

Guidelines on Religious Observances

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Commitment to Inclusivity and Diversity

The University of Victoria is commited to promoting, providing and protecting a positive, supportive and safe learning and working enviromrnt for all its members.
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Standards for Professional Behaviour

You are advised to read the Faculty of Engineering Standards for Professional Behaviour which contains important information regarding conduct in courses, in labs and in the general use of facilities.

Cheating, plagiarism and other forms of academic fraud are taken very seriously by both the University and the Department. You should consult here the UVIC policy on academic integrity.

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