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This course presents the basics of signal processing and control theory for embedded systems. The needs, for an embedded system designer, are the following: understanding of the problems due to the interface between the computer system and its continuous environment (resonance, stability); understanding of the initial specifications of the digital systems to be implemented, as they are given by control engineers; knowledge of tge languages and tools developed by the community of control engineers.; understanding of the close links between control theory and real-time and/or distributed systems.
1) Mathematical notions:
continuous modeling (from the physical problem to the equations); discrete modeling (discrete events); inputs and outputs; control;control loops;
2) State representation
3) Transfer functions
TP Automatique : use of Simulink with data acquisition boards
Edward A. Lee and P. Varaiya, Structure and Interpretation of Signals and Systems, Addison Wesley, 2002.
Final exam (3h)(E) + reports on the practical work(TP).
Pas de rattrapage du TP en 2ème session