|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||ING-INF/04|
Prerequisites (for future units)
Systems' Theory is one of the first discipline where mathematical and real aspects of engineering meet. Different skills are integrated to build and analyze mathematical models representing actual systems, in order to understand, foresee and control their behaviour.
The course aim to the modelling and understanding the behaviour of dynamic systems. Both time domain and tranfer matrices methods will be used for linear and stationary systems, either for continuous time and for discrete time cases. Some on nonlinear systems will be said at the end of the course.
The course aims to provide the students the necessay methods to build mathematica models fo dynamic systems. On the basis of such tools, the analysis and control of the considered systems will be carried out.
Atthe end of the course, the student will be able to model and analyze in different situations 'real systems' and determine if and how the behaviour of such systems can be controlle din presence of different external stimuli.
Are required basik skills in Calculus, Algebra, Elements of geometry in the space, physics, electricity.
The formal prerequisite requirements are only for the sudents in Biomedical Engineering. No formal prerequisite is required to the students in Computer Engineering
Front lessons with solved exercises. Depending on the pandemic situation lessons may be taught in blended modality and/or with the availability of videolessons
1) Preliminary definitions
2) Continuous signals
3) Laplace Transform
4) State equations of linear stationary siystems
8) Input-Output characteristics
9) Systems' interconnection
10) Models and analysis of nonlinear systems
Office hours: On appointment
Oral examination. Students with learning disorders ("disturbi specifici di apprendimento", DSA) will be allowed to use specific modalities and supports that will be determined on a case-by-case basis in agreement with the delegate of the Engineering courses in the Committee for the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities.
Analysis of the properties of a dynamic system. Starting from an exercise students are required to show theircomprehension about the behavior of dynamical systems and the characterizing properties.