M E 447: Computer Control of Machines and Processes
- Catalog Description:
Discrete control theory reduced to engineering practice through a comprehensive study of discrete system modeling, system identification and digital controller design. Selected industrial processes and machines utilized as subjects on which computer control is to be implemented. Focus: computer control economics and planning as well as the control theory and programming.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: ME 340 or equiv or cons inst
- Official Course Description (pdf)
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