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EELE 6301  Linear Dynamic Systems

State–space description of linear time-invariant (LTI) and Time-varying (LTV) systems in continuous. Linear algebra concepts such as eigenvalues and eigenvectors, singular values, Cayley/Hamilton theorem, Jordan form; Solution of state equations: stability, controllability, observability, realizability, and minimality. Stabilization design via state feedback and observes separation principle. Connections with transfer function techniques.

Prerequisite: Computer Controlled System  (B.S)

 

EELE 6302  Optimal and Quadratic Control

Application of variation methods. Pontryagin maximum principle, Hamilton/Jacobi/Bellman equation (dynamic programming) to optimal control of dynamic systems modeled by nonlinear ordinary differential equations. Linear Quadratic control & Gaussian Quadratic Control.

Prerequisite: Computer Controlled System  (B.S)

 

EELE 6303  Multivariable Control

Feedback performance analysis, robustness and stability margins, sensitivity, disturbance attenuation, design tradeoffs, singular value, characteristic locus, and inverse Nyquist array design methods.

Prerequisite: EELE 6301

 

EELE 6304  Robust and Optimal Control by Convex Method

Multivariable robust control, including H2 and H-infinity optimal control and robust performance analysis and synthesis against structured uncertainty. Emphasis on convex methods for analysis and design, in particular linear matrix inequality (LMI) approach to control.

Prerequisite: EELE 6302

 

EELE 6305  Nonlinear Dynamic Systems

State-space techniques for studying solutions of time-invariant and time-varying nonlinear dynamic systems with emphasis on stability. Liapunov theory (including converse theorems), invariance, center manifold theorem, input-to-state stability and small-gain theorem.

Prerequisite: Computer Controlled System  (B.S)

 

EELE 6306  Intelligent Control

Introduction to intelligent control systems with emphasis on the relationships of intelligent control schemes with classical adaptive control. Topics include: adaptive control schemes, expert control, knowledge-based control, neural networks based control, fuzzy linguistic control.

Prerequisite: Computer Controlled System  (B.S)

 

 

EELE 6307  Chaos Theory

Advance difference equations & chaos theory, paradigms of nonlinearity, deterministic chaos, coherent structures, pattern formulation, completion and selection, and adaptive and evolving systems.

Prerequisite: EELE 6302

 

EELE 6308  Stochastic Control & Estimation

Estimation and control of linear discrete-time and continuous-time stochastic; separation theorem and applications; Kalman filtering.

Prerequisite: Computer Controlled System  (B.S)

 

EELE 6309 Engineering Optimization

Functions of a Single Variable, Functions of Several Variables, Linear Programming, Constrained Optimality Criteria, Transformation Methods, Constrained Direct Search, Linearization Methods for Constrained Problems, Direction Generation Methods Based on Linearization, Quadratic Approximation Methods for Constrained Problems, Structured Problems and Algorithms.

Prerequisite: MATH 2401 Differential Equations and Linear Algebra

 

EELE 6310  Computer Communication Networks

Basic concepts in networking, the OSI model, error detection codes, flow control, routing, medium access control, and high-speed networks.

Pre requisite: Computer Networks (B.S)

 

EELE 6311  LMI Control Systems

Linear Matrix Inequalities: Introduction. History. Algorithms for their solution. The role of Lyapunov functions to ensure invariance, stability, performance, robust performance. Considered criteria: Dissipativity, integral quadratic constraints, H 2 -norm, H 8-norm,upper bound of peak-to-peak norm. LMI stability regions. Frequency domain techniques for the robustness analysis of a control system. Integral Quadratic Constraints. Multipliers. Relations to classical tests and to µ-theory. A general technique to proceed from LMI analysis to LMI synthesis. State-feedback and output-feedback synthesis algorithms for robust stability, nominal performance and robust performance using general scalings.

Prerequisite: EELE 6302

 

EELE 6312  Advance Digital Control Design

Analysis and design of digital control systems. Basic concepts of linear discrete-time systems. Norms of signals and systems. State-space models. Discretization of analog systems. Internal stability and stabilization. Parametrization of all stabilizing controllers. H-2 and H-infinity optimal control. Digital design by fast discretization. Direct digital design.

Prerequisite: EELE 6304

EELE 6313  Systems Identifications

Non-parametric identification; identification of frequency responses.  Parametric (prediction error) identification methods  - model sets, identification criterion, bias    and variance. Parametric (prediction error) identification methods  - model validation, experiment design and   approximate modeling . Closed-loop identification , Control-relevant models, Iterative performance enhancement; handling model uncertainty.

Prerequisite: EELE 6301

 

EELE 6314  Control of Discrete-Event Systems I

This course is an introduction to the control of discrete, asynchronous, nondeterministic systems like manufacturing, traffic and communication systems. Architectural issues (modular, decentralized and hierarchical control) are emphasized. The theory is developed in an elementary framework of automata, formal languages and Petri nets, and is supported by a software package for creating applications.

 

EELE 6315  Control of Discrete-Event Systems II

This course is a continuation of EELE 6314 and is conducted on a seminar basis. Participants will present and discuss articles in the current literature, and complete a project that could lead into graduate research in the discrete-event system area. Topics recently examined include controlled Petri nets, HMI, SCADA, and state charts.

Prerequisite: EELE 6314

 

EELE 6316  Microcontrollers System Design

This course is to introduce the application of digital controllers in electronic and electromechanical systems. Accordingly, the course includes few hand-on sessions in which students utilize commercially available FPGAs to implement PID controllers. The students will be familiarized with VHDL along with some software and hardware development tools necessary for implementing FPGA-based systems. The course is to be used to integrate a wide range of courses in power electronics, machines/drives, and controls.

Prerequisite: Microprocessors (B.S)

 

EELE 6317  Robot Control

Dynamics of rigid and flexible robots; geometric methods of control; feedback linearization; robust and adaptive control; Lyapunov design methods; singular perturbation and integral manifold methods; passivity and network approaches; force control; control of multiple and redundant robots; teleoperation.

Prerequisite: Computer Controlled System  (B.S)

 

EELE 6318  Advanced Power System Analysis

Load flow solution, Games, Seidel Method, Newton-Raphson method, control of power flow, Economic Operation of power systems, distribution of load between plants, penalty factors and loss coefficients. Symmetrical three-phase faults. Unsymmetrical faults, single line to ground, line to line, double line to ground. Power system stability, swing equation, equal area criterion, and step-by-step solution of swing carve.

Prerequisite: Power systems (B.S.)

 

EELE 6319  Modern Digital System Design

Design techniques for solving problems using state-of-the art MSI, LSI, and microprocessor components. Soft processors such as picoblaze and microblaze will be utilized on Spartain-3 FPGA development kits. Hierarchical design methods are used for embedded systems and interfaces. Emphasis on problem definition, design, and verification.

Prerequisite: EELE 6316

 

EELE 6320 Communication Systems

This course presents Modern digital and data communications systems, microwave radio communications systems, satellite communications systems, optical fiber communications systems and Cellular and PCS telephone systems.

 

EELE 6321 Electromagnetic Modeling

Theoretical Foundations , Models of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, Boundary Value problems, Method of Moments, Finite Difference Method, TLM Method, Finite Element Method, Spectral Domain Method, Student Projects.

 

Prerequisite course: Engineering Electromagnetic II EELE3332

 

  EELE 6322 Electromagnetic  Compatibility and Interference

Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility, EMC standards and Regulations. Propagation of waves on a transmission line in both field and current/voltage representations.  Wave impedance and matching.  Pulses on transmission lines.  Practical transmission systems — shielding and grounding.  Balancing.  Magnetic shielding.  Electrostatic shielding.  Skin depth.  Non-ideal components.  Radiation ideas.

Prerequisite course: Engineering Electromagnetic II EELE3332

 

EELE 6323 Radar Systems

Introduction to Radar, Radar Equation, CW and Frequency Modulated Radar,  MTI and Pulse Doppler Radar,  Detection of Radar Signals in Noise, Radar Receivers,  Introduction to Phased Array Antennas.

Prerequisite course(s) Engineering Electromagnetic II EELE3332, Communication Theory

 

EELE 6324 Microwave Devices and Systems

Review of Transmission Lines and Waveguides , Impedance matching, Microwave resonators and filters, Passive microwave components, Solid state Microwave devices (MW Transistors, MESFET, HEMT, MW diodes), Microwave tubes (Klystrons, magnetrons, traveling wave tubes), Microwave circuits; amplifiers, oscillators and mixers, Microwave communication systems

Prerequisite course(s) Engineering Electromagnetic II

 

EELE 6325 Smart Antennas

Review of Electromagnetics for antennas,  Antenna arrays Applications of Antenna Arrays to Mobile Communications, Beam-Forming and Direction-of-Arrival Considerations, Spatial Processing for Wireless Systems, Key Benefits of Smart Antenna Technology, Angle of arrival algorithms, Trained Algorithms, Non-trained algorithms, Smart Antennas applications, Smart Antennas system design and trades, Adaptive array implementations for GPS, cellular and WLAN

Prerequisite course(s) Antenna Theory  EELE 5333

EELE 6326 Control of Communication Networks

This course introduces the control aspects of multi-service or any digital communication networks. Increasingly, such networks support multiple services – voice, text, image – including services such as email and digital video. They handle sensitive information for a range of stakeholders. You’ll explore the ways in which digital networks may be controlled so they provide acceptable quality of service and are efficiently used. You’ll examine multimedia applications and the coding of data. You’ll look at traffic flow and congestion control, the effective management and control of errors, and network management. You’ll also explore encryption techniques for the security of digital information.

Prerequisites: Undergraduate Probability and Statistics or Random Processes

 

EELE 6327 Stochastic Processing

The course starts with a brief review of Probability. Other topics include: Random Processes, Spectral Characteristics of Random Processes, Linear Systems with Random Inputs, Modeling Noisy Networks, Introduction to Signal Detection and Filtering including the Matched Filter, the Wiener Filter and the Kalman Filter

Prerequisites: Undergraduate Probability and Statistics or Random Processes

 

EELE 6328 Queuing Theory

Basic notation, discrete and continuous time Markov chains birth-death processes, elementary queuing systems(M/M/m/A/B queuing systems), Erlangian distribution. This course introduces queuing theory, its applications in telephony, and solutions to queuing problems.

Prerequisites: Undergraduate Probability and Statistics or Random Processes

 

EELE6329 H-infinity Control Theory

Lebesgue and Hardy functional spaces, linear operators and norms; time and frequency domain representations of linear systems, internal stability, performance measures and their limitations; structured uncertainty and mu-synthesis; H-2 and H-infinity optimal control; H-infinity loop shaping; Gap metrics, nu-gap metrics and extended loop-shaping design.

Prerequisite: EELE 6304

EELE 6330  Satellite Communication Systems

Application of communication system techniques to satellite communication links. Topics include orbital equations, spacecraft and ground terminal systems, link budgets, transponders, multiple access techniques.

Prerequisite: Digital Communication (B.S.)

 

 

EELE 6331  Telemetering Systems

Integration of components into a command and telemetry system. Topics include analog and digital modulation formats, synchronization, link effects, and applicable standards.

Prerequisite: Digital Communication (B.S.)

 

EELE 6332  Information Theory

Fundamental theorems of information theory and their significance, encoding and decoding, error-detecting and error-correcting codes.

Prerequisite: Digital Communication (B.S.)

 

EELE 6333  Wireless Communications Systems

Various aspects of physical layer and medium access design for wireless communications systems. Topics include wireless signal propagation and channel modeling, single carrier and spread spectrum modulation for wireless systems, diversity techniques, multiple-access schemes, transceiver design and effects of non-ideal components, hardware partitioning issues. Case study highlights system level tradeoffs.

Prerequisite: Digital Communication (B.S.)

 

EELE 6334  Advanced Topics in Wireless Communications

Current research areas in wireless communications: new theoretical developments, system design issues, and implementation constraints. Possible topics: adaptive modulation and coding, OFDM, spread spectrum, multicarrier spread spectrum, smart antennas, multiuser detection, cellular system design, dynamic resource allocation, access and channel assignment, system capacity, and ad-hoc wireless networks.

Prerequisite: EELE 6333

 

EELE 6335  Telecommunication Systems

Introduction to stochastic processes as applied to study of telecommunication systems and traffic engineering. Renewal theory; discrete-time Markov chains; continuous-time Markov jump processes. Applications to traffic and queuing analysis of basic telecommunication system models.

Prerequisite: Probability, Signals and Systems (BS)

 

EELE 6336  Optical Fiber Communication Systems

State-of-art optical fiber communication systems. Emphasis on optoelectronic-device and communication-systems issues necessary to provide high-speed and/or networked optical communications.

Prerequisite:  Fiber Optics (B.S.)

 

 

EELE 6337 Pattern Recognition

Statistical pattern classification, supervised and unsupervised learning, feature selection and extraction, clustering, image classification and syntactical pattern recognition.

Prerequisite: DSP (B.S.)

 

EELE 6338  Channel Coding Theory

Fundamentals of linear codes and decoding algorithms based on theory of finite fields such as Bose/Chaudhur/Hocquenghem and Reed/Solomon codes; introduction to combined coding and modulation such as lattice codes and trellis coded modulation; constellation shaping; applications.

Prerequisite: Probability (B.S.)

 

EELE 6339  Digital Image Processing I

Fundamentals of digital image processing theory and techniques. Topics include two-dimensional linear system theory, image transforms, and enhancement. Concepts covered in lecture applied in computer laboratory assignments.

Prerequisite: DSP (B.S.)

 

 

EELE 6340  Digital Image Processing II

Advanced digital image processing theory and techniques. Topics include modeling, restoration, still-frame and video image compression, tomographic imaging, and multiresolution analysis using wavelet transforms.

Prerequisite: EELE 6339

 

EELE 6341  Digital Speech Processing

Theory and applications of digital processing of speech signals. Mathematical models of human speech production and perception mechanisms, speech analysis/synthesis. Techniques include linear prediction, filter bank models, and homomorphic filtering. Applications to speech synthesis, automatic recognition, and hearing aids.

Prerequisite: DSP (B.S.)

 

EELE 6342  Theory and Design of Digital Filters

Approximation of filter specifications. Use of design charts. Structures for recursive digital filters. FIR filter design techniques. Comparison of IIR and FIR structures. Implementation of digital filters. Limit cycles. Overflow oscillations. Discrete random signals. Wave digital filters.

Prerequisite: DSP (B.S.)

 

EELE 6343 Adaptive Filtering

Optimal filtering and estimation, Wiener filters, linear prediction. Steepest descent and stochastic gradient algorithms. Frequency-domain adaptive filters. Method of least squares, recursive least squares, fast fixed-order and order-recursive (lattice) filters. Misadjustment, convergence, and tracking analyses, stability issues, finite precision effects. Connections with Kalman filtering. Nonlinear adaptive filters.

Prerequisite: EELE 6342

 

EELE 6344 Electric Power, Generation, Operation and Control  

Characteristics of power generation units, economic dispatch of thermal units, hydrothermal coordination, production cost models, control of generation, interchange of power and energy, power system security, state estimation, optimal power flow.

Prerequisite: Power systems (B.S.)

 

EELE 6345 Electric Power Distribuation

Distribution system planning, load characteristics, substation, primary and secondary networks, cables and overhead conductors, voltage regulation and capacitor application.

Prerequisite: EELE 6318

 

EELE 6346 Signal Detection and Estimation

Introduction to detection and estimation theory, with applications to communication, control, and radar systems; decision-theory concepts and optimum-receiver principles; detection of random signals in noise, coherent and noncoherent detection; and parameter estimation, linear and nonlinear estimation, and filtering.

Prerequisite: EELE 6335

 

EELE 6347  Advanced Communication Theory

Current topics in digital communication theory.

Prerequisite: Instructor consent

 

EELE 6348 Special Topics in Control Engineering

Current topics in control.

Prerequisite: Instructor consent

 

EELE 6349 Engineering Management & Economy

An advanced research oriented course to engineering management, there are many aspects of management which is need to be studied and learned in relation to industry. Management covers a wide range of discipline and skills and this course presents an insight into all the functions within an organization which the Engineering Manager is likely to come into contact with including research aspects and budgeting. The course relates theory to practice by presenting a large number of case studies throughout the course. This course will be customized for computer and electrical engineering students only. Referred Journal Papers, projects, and case study exercises are included at the end of each unit for use in classroom exercises and discussions

EELE 6350 Advanced Topics in Control Theory

New topics in control.

Prerequisite: Instructor consent

 

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