ME 546 - Analysis of Nonlinear Systems
Last offered Spring 2022
Detailed Course Description
First-level graduate course on the analysis on nonlinear dynamical systems, covering topics such as nonlinear dynamics, vector fields and flows, Lyapunov stability theory, regular and singular perturbations, averaging, integral manifolds, input-output and input-to-state stability, and various design applications in control systems and robotics. Same as GE 520, and ECE 528. Prerequisite: ECE 515 or equivalent; MATH 385 or consent of instructor. 4 hours.
|Analysis of Nonlinear Systems||R||33988||DIS||4||1100 - 1220||T R||2015 Electrical & Computer Eng Bldg||Geir E Dullerud|