General Information about the Course
Content of the Lecture
Aim of this course
The students are familiar with the basic analysis and control methods for networked control systems, and interconnected systems, and their applications. They are able to model and analyse interconnected systems, and networked control systems subject to delays, communication loss. Furthermore, they are able to design basic centralized, decentralized, distributed, hierarchical controllers and estimators, as well as controllers to achieve consensus and synchronization control. They are familiar with the concept of time-scale seperation for control and estimation.
What are cyber-physical systems? Aspects and fundamentals of interconnected, and cyber-physical systems, basic control concepts (stabilizability, controllability, observability, detectability, reachability, resilience, control & estimation of multivariable systems…), systems and graphs, networked control systems (control & estimation over communication networks, control subject to delays/to information loss, security, safety, and privacy), control of interconnected/multi-agent systems (centralized, decentralized & distributed control, consensus, synchronization), hierarchical control (fundamentals, optimization, time scale separation, hierarchical control concepts, optimization based control & real-time optimization).
|All materials of the lecture and exercises are provided via Moodle.|
|Exam Winterterm 2022/2023|
|Form of exam||written or oral|
|Date||expected March 2023|
|Access to written exam||tba|