ISS0031 Modeling and Identification

Course description

News
  • About defense | 12.12.2014 13:51 | by Juri Belikov

    Dear All,

    next week (Friday 17) you will be able to defense your project for the first time. Additional times are available during the session time: 05.01, 16.01, and 30.01 at 13:00-16:00. Do notforget to send me .pdf file of your rpoject.

  • Test (new attempt) | 26.11.2014 12:21 | by Juri Belikov

    Dear All,

    there is a possibility to improve results of any of two tests or write one of them, if you have not done it before.

    The new attempt is arranged on Friday 05.

  • Invited talk by Sergei Astapov | 26.11.2014 12:19 | by Juri Belikov

    Dear All,

    the lecture on Friday 28, 2014 will be given by Sergei Astapov and devoted to "Fuzzy logic and its application to control systems".

  • Homework | 21.11.2014 08:48 | by Juri Belikov

    Dear All,

    under section Materials - Exercises you may find a file named Homework. The problem inside is supposed to be solved within the next week (I expect the solution by November 28). It is not obligatory; however, if you decide to solve it and will be succesfull in that, then you will be awarded with 5 extra points.

  • Attention: Time change | 23.10.2014 10:22 | by Juri Belikov

    Dear All,

    there is a small change in a schedule. Class 8 (23.10) will start at 15:30.

  • Results | 15.10.2014 10:01 | by Juri Belikov

    Dear All,

    results of the first test are now available at the tab Results.

  • Practice | 03.10.2014 13:42 | by Juri Belikov

    Dear All,

    today's practice will take a place in a room U02-301a.

  • Change in schedule | 25.09.2014 10:32 | by Juri Belikov

    Dear All,

    I want to point to the fact that we have small change in a schedule. Namely,

    • Class 3 was about "Convex sets and functions";
    • Class 4 will be about Simplex method;
    • Class 8 will be about Neural networks;
    • Class 9 will be about Fractional-order calculus and its applications in control.

    Topics for the rest of the classes are the same.

  • Welcome | 02.09.2014 14:53 | by Juri Belikov

    Dear All,

    it is my great pleasure to welcome you on the first lecture that will take the place on Friday at U05-209.

Syllabus

Instructors: 

Semester: 

  • Autumn

Year: 

2014

Awarded ECTS points: 

5.0

Attachment: 

Description: 

Recommended preparation: The students should be proficient in Linear Algebra (YMA3710) and know basics of Mathematical Analysis (YMM3731). Knowledge of some scientific programming language (e.g., MATLAB or Mathematica) is useful. Basic knowledge of controls concepts (at the level of ISS0010 and ISS0021) is helpful.

Policies: 

Course aims:

  • to show connections between mathematics, economics and control theory;
  • to give an overview of the basic analysis, modeling and optimization problems, and methods for their solution;
  • to develop the ability to think systematically, formulate and analyze problems.

Learning outcomes of the subject:

  • knows and understands the basics of mathematical programming and control theory;
  • knows the basic modeling and optimization problems;
  • can formulate linear programming problems;
  • can apply different methods to solve linear programming problems;
  • can describe systems by using mathematical models (state-space models, input-output models, etc.);
  • knows how to derive mathematical models;
  • knows advanced control theory (including fractional-order theory, neural networks, and differential algebra);
  • can use MATLAB environment to analyze and solve different mathematical programming and control problems.

Independent work:

Students have to be able to apply learned concepts and demonstrate understanding. During the semester a project has to be completed.

Assessment format:

The final grade consists of two parts: Test - 40% (2 assignments) and Final Project - 60% (7-10min. project proposal is due on October 17th in class presentation).

Calendar

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Materials

Lectures

Titlesort descending Published Short description Files
Class 13 03.12.2014 Introduction to fuzzy logic and applications to control systems. Sergei_Astapov_Fuzzy_Control_lecture_slides.pdf
Lecture 1 04.09.2014 File contains a detailed version of the material presented on the first lecture. Lecture_1.pdf
Lecture 1 (slides) 05.09.2014 Slides for the first lecture. Lec1_slides.pdf
Lecture 10 07.11.2014 Lecture material about transportation problem and solution method. Lecture_10a.pdf Lecture_10b.pdf
Lecture 10 (slides) 07.11.2014 Slides for the Lecture 10. Lec10_slides.pdf
Lecture 15 12.12.2014 Algebraic methods Lecture_15.pdf
Lecture 2 11.09.2014 File contains information from the lecture 2. Lecture_2.pdf
Lecture 2 (slides) 11.09.2014 Slides for the first lecture. Lec2_slides.pdf
Lecture 3 19.09.2014 Material of the third lecture. Lecture_3.pdf
Lecture 3 (slides) 19.09.2014 Slides of the third lecture. Lec3_slides.pdf
Lecture 4 26.09.2014 Simplex method. Lecture_4.pdf
Lecture 4 (slides) 26.09.2014 Slides for the fourth lecture. Lec4_slides.pdf
Lecture 8 (slides) 28.10.2014 Material conserning Artificial Neural Networks. NN_ident_2014.ppt
Lecture 9 (slides) 11.11.2014 Overview of the fractional-order calculus. fraccalc_lecture_2014_2015_iss0031.pdf

Exercises

Titlesort descending Published Short description Files
Homework 21.11.2014 Transportation problem. Homework.pdf
Test 1 - FAQ 17.10.2014 Solution of problems from Test 1. Lec7_slides.pdf

Laboratory works

Titlesort descending Published Short description Files
Practice 03.10.2014 Practice in MATLAB Practice.pdf