University of Pannonia, Faculty of Information Technology
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Systems

Lecture-tutorial-laboratory: Wednesday, 10:00 - 14:00, Room I122

Lecturers:    Prof. Katalin Hangos ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.),
                      Attila Magyar (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.),

                      Anna Ibolya Pózna ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Online platform: MS Teams (follow the link)

Course evaluation
The evaluation is based upon a project work to be submitted weekly during the semester containing an obligatory and an elective part.
The pre-requisite of the course signature is
-- to be present at least 75% of the lectures-tutorials-laboratories,
-- to submit the project results and documentation to the given deadline, and
-- to achieve at least 50% on the marks of the obligatory parts of the project work.
The course mark will be offered based upon the marks of the elective part of the project work.

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Course contents

Week Date Type Material Slides/supplements
0 10 Feb   Registration week  
1. 17 Feb Lec Introduction to the notions of signals and systems. Signal types and signal transformations. The Laplace transform. Basic system classes, input-output and state space models.

DCDS_01

DCDS_01_tutorial

2.. 24 Feb Lec/Tut Continuous time linear time-invariant systems: input-output and state space representations. State transformations, realizations, realization properties. Canonical forms.

DCDS_LTI_week2

DCDS_tutorial_week2

3_ 3 Mar Lec/Tut Sampling. Discrete time linear time-invariant systems: input-output and state space representations. Sate transformations.

DCDS_tutorial_week3 

Tutorial_week3 (solved)

4. 10 Mar Lec/Tut Observability and controllability/reachability of continuous time and discrete time linear time-invariant system models.

DCDS_04_Controllability

DCDS_tutorial_04

5_ 17 Mar Lec/Tut Joint controllability and observability of continuous time linear time-invariant system. Minimal realizations and special realization forms.

 

6..  24 Mar Lec/Tut Bounded input bounded output (BIBO) and asymptotic stability of continuous time and discrete time linear time-invariant systems.

DCDS_Stability_notes

DCDS_stability_tutorial

7_ 31 Mar Lec/Tut Continuous time and discrete time nonlinear systems. Dynamic properties:  stability, Lyapunov theorem.
The notion of discrete event systems.

DCDS_Nonlinear_notes

DCDS_nonlinear_tut_notes

8 7 Apr - Spring holiday -
9.. 14 Apr Lec/Tut

Languages, operations on languages.
Deterministic automata: definitions, relationship with languages.
Nondeterministic, Moore and Mealy automata.
Composition operations on automata.

DCDS_AutMod_notes

DCDS_AutMod_tut_notes

10.. 21 Apr Lec/Tut Observability and nondeterminism of automata. Observer automaton.

DCDS_AutAnal_notes

DCDS_Aut_VS_DES_expl

DCDS_AutAnal_tut_notes

11. 28 Apr Lec/Tut Petri nets: formal definition, operation of Petri nets, relationship with finite automata. Extened Petri net versions: timed and coloured Petri nets.

12. 5 May Lec/Tut Analysis of Petri nets: behavoiural and structural properties. Reachability graph, liveness, boundedness, deadlocks. Investigation of place and transition invariants.
The PIPE toolbox and its use. Examples




13 12 May      
14 19 May