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== Lecture Materials ==
 
== Lecture Materials ==
  
* {{CDS101}}, Fall 2008:
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* Slides: {{Media:L1-1_introduction_fa08.pdf|Introduction to Feedback and Control (pdf)}}
** Slides: Introduction to Feedback and Control: {{lecture file|L1-1_introduction_fa08.pdf|pdf}}, {{lecture file|L1-1_introduction_fa08.key|key}} <br> Note: this file references a couple of movies that are not publicly available, but some similar videos are available:
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* Video: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqc4hLAmnxM Team Caltech's Bob at the 2004 DARPA Grand Challenge]
** Video: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqc4hLAmnxM Team Caltech's Bob at the 2004 DARPA Grand Challenge]
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* Video: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JXt09fAgZU Escape Behavior of Fly in Response to Looming Visual Stimulus]
** Video: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JXt09fAgZU Escape Behavior of Fly in Response to Looming Visual Stimulus]
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* Video: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nr9UtEhyvfk Papplewick Pumping Station 25-10-08 4] (steam engine with Watt governor)
** Video: [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nr9UtEhyvfk Papplewick Pumping Station 25-10-08 4] (steam engine with Watt governor)
 
* {{CDS101}}, Fall 2004: this material was split into two lectures
 
** Slides: Introduction to Feedback: {{lecture file|L1-1_feedback_fa04.pdf|pdf}}, {{lecture file|L1-1_feedback_fa04.ppt|ppt}}
 
** Slides: Introduction to Control: {{lecture file|L1-2_control_fa04.pdf|pdf}}, {{lecture file|L1-2_control_fa04.ppt|ppt}}
 
  
 
== Additional Reading ==
 
== Additional Reading ==

Revision as of 19:31, 27 June 2021

Chapter Introduction
Author Richard M. Murray
School Caltech
Academic Term Fall 2008


Overview

The goal of this lecture is to introduce some of the basic ideas in feedback systems and provide examples that will allow students to identify and recognize control systems in their everyday world. Two major principles of control--robustness through feedback and design of dynamics--are emphasized throughout the lecture.

Lecture Materials

Additional Reading

Frequently Asked Questions

<ncl>Lecture: Introduction FAQ</ncl>