Adaptive Control EEL 6616, All Sections
Schedule: Tu/Th, 4:30P - 5:45P
Instructor: Aman Behal
Office : Research Pavilion, Room
Continuous over email, office visit by appointment
Textbook 1: S. Sastry & M. Bodson, Adaptive Control: Stability, Convergence, and Robustness, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1989. Also republished by Dover in 2011, and available at a low price from Amazon and other sellers.
Textbook 2: Slotine & Li, Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
and Tests: Click here
Outline: Course Overview, Gradient Based Estimation, Least Squares Estimation, Adaptation based on Tracking Error, Adpatation based on Estimation Error, Composite Adpative Laws, Direct Adaptive Control, Indirect Adaptive Control
Objectives: This course is designed to teach parametric system identification and adaptive control. The main goals are to go over design methods for identification and identification-based control and analyze the stability and convergence properties of these.
Homeworks and Tests:
- Three exams @ 20% each
- Homeworks @ 40% total
An explanation of
the method used to determine the course grade:
- Letter grading is NOT based on absolute numerical points, it is based on your performance relative to class average.
- Each graded test and homework will be marked with the letter grade associated with the student's performance on that assignment.
dates for all tests and other major components of course work:
- Tests 1 and 2 (2nd week of February, 3rd week of March)
- Test 3
(See finals schedule)
- All 3 tests will be take home tests.
- Homework assignments will be assigned regularly during the semester with due date for each posted on the course webpage and announced in class
collection policy: Homework will be due approximately a week after its assignment. It will be due over email before midnight on the due date. No late submissions allowed unless there is a verifiable emergency or
instructor permission has been obtained in advance. Assignments may require use of Matlab.
Academic Dishonesty Policy: Per the UCF Golden Rule, a Z designation may be associated with a student’s grade for any dishonest practices discovered during class and/or take-home testing. If you find anything on the web that you use to answer your test, you are required to cite the source. In the absence of that, it will be considered plagiarism.
information for the course instructor: I have an open door policy. If I am available and there are no urgent deadlines, I will see you. However, you may have to track me down to one of my offices. Best way to reach me is on email, I respond very quickly.