## Introduction to Systems AnalysisBack

Numbering Code |
U-ENG29 29007 LJ10 U-ENG29 29007 LJ72 |
Year/Term | 2021 ・ Second semester | |
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Number of Credits | 2 | Course Type | Lecture | |

Target Year | Target Student | |||

Language | Japanese | Day/Period | Tue.2 | |

Instructor name |
TANAKA TOSHIYUKI (Graduate School of Informatics Professor) OBUCHI TOMOYUKI (Graduate School of Informatics Associate Professor) |
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Outline and Purpose of the Course | We will start by showing some examples of dyanamical systems in engineering. Then we mention modelling and analysis techniques. We explain Electrical circuits and mechanical systems that use the linearizaton technique in detail. Throughout the course, we aim to understand the importance of dynamical system modeling and the implication of system control based on mathematical models. | |||

Course Goals | We will learn examples of dynamical systems and the rudiments of dynamical systems and approximated linearized systems. This course will be the basics of Linear Control Theory (90720) and Modern Control Theory (90580). | |||

Schedule and Contents |
Introduction to system analysis,2times,Overview of the course. Linear dynamical systems,3times,First and second order systems such as electric circuits consisting of a capacitor and an inductor and mechanical systems consisting of a spring and a dumper. State equation and linear approximation,1 times,Linearized systems at an operating point. Linear dynamical systems and their responses. Laplace transform and transfer function,2times,Laplace transform and linear differential equations. Transfer functions of first and second order systems. Examples of system modeling,2times,Examples of system modeling including mechanical systems, biological systems, and social infrastructures. Discrete-time systems,1time,Discrete-time systems described by difference equations. System identification,1time,System modeling using input-output data. Exercises,3 times,Excercises. |
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Evaluation Methods and Policy | The grade is determined by the final examination. | |||

Course Requirements | Linear Algebra (A and B) and Calculus (A and B) are recommended. | |||

Study outside of Class (preparation and review) | Read the handouts in advance. Solve problems in the houdouts and exercise problems. | |||

Textbooks | Textbooks/References | Handouts are given. | ||

References, etc. | Shimemura, What is automatic control?, Korona (in Japanese) isbn{}{9784339031409} | |||

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