Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE 360 (1 1/2) CONTROL THEORY AND SYSTEMS I
Syllabus:
Characterization of systems; linearity, time invariance and
causality. General feedback theory; time and frequency domain analysis
of feedback control systems; RouthHurwitz and Nyquist stability
criteria;
root locus methods; modeling of dc servo; design of simple feedback
systems; introduction to statespace methods.
(Prerequisite: 260)
Click here for the Course Outline document.
Quizes:
Quiz # 1 : (on Laplace Transforms) Wednesday, September 20, 9:30  10:10 am.
Photocopies of Laplace Transform tables and properties permitted.
For the solution in pdf format, Click here.
Midterm:
Tuesday, October 24, 9:30  10:20 am, ECS 125.
Two pages (page = one side of a sheet) of notes and photocopies of Laplace Transform tables are permitted.
Office Hours:
Wednesdays, 11:00am12:00pm; The Wednesday Office hours will be in person EOW 423.
Fridays, 1:30pm02:30pm; The Friday Office hours will be on Zoom (Link TBA).
 Assignement problems (from section B of the textbook) will be posted here.
 Completed assignments should be submitted using UVic's Brightspace site by 6pm the date they are due.
Watch an example of assignment submission.
 Solutions to the assignments will be posted here.
Assignment #1 (Due Friday, September 15) :
For the questions Click here.
For the solution in pdf format, Click here.
Assignment #2 (Due Friday, September 29) :
Questions B23, B27, B29 and B211 from the textbook.
Copies of lecture slides (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 recirculated 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.
Matlab Demos:
1. Required

Title  : Modern Control Engineering, 5^{th} Edition


Author  : K. Ogata


Publisher  : PrenticeHall


Year  : 2010, 5th Edition

2. Recommended

Title  : MATLAB student Version


Publisher  : The MathWorks


See also:  here

3. You can also find information how to use MATLAB at UVIC here.
Control Theory and Software Engineering

Assignment (incl. Quizes)  : 5%


Labs  : 15%


Midterm  : 25% October 24, 2023


Final  : 55%

NOTE: Failure to complete all laboratory requirements will result in an N grade for the course.
The final grade obtained from the above marking scheme will be based on the following
percentagetograde point conversion.
There will be no supplemental examination for this course.
General Information on Policies and Regulations can be found in the Course Outline.
Continously Modified: September  December 2023