Title of the subject: Mathematical foundations of automation and information
Semester_of_study (WT – winter/ST – summer): ST
Learning outcomes: Students will learn to use the computer programming tools (MATLAB, Simulink) for solving mathematical problems from the field of automation and information.
Brief content of course: Starting with MATLAB. Definition of variables (scalar, vector, matrix). Manipulation with vectors and matrices. Algebraic and logical operations with scalars, vectors and matrices. Logical circuits, boolean logic. Matrix tools, determinant, systems of linear equations and the methods for their solution. Operating with symbolic variable: polynomial, limit, derivative, integral. Graphical representation of results. Laplace transform. Transfer function of a system and controller. Closed feedback loop. Introduction to Simulink.
Literature: 1. Gilat, A.: MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications 5th Ed., Wiley, 2004. 2. Tyagi, A. K.: MATLAB and SIMULINK for Engineers, Oxford University Press, 2012. 3. Smyth, M.P.: Linear Engineering Systems. Pergamon Press, New York, 1982. 4. Dorf, D.: Modern Control Systems. Academic Press, New York, 1990