Topics: Introduction to analysis and design of control systems, including applications to electromechanical systems.
To review pre-calculus topics and give a thorough discussion of differentiation and integration, the basic processes of calculus, and their application in a wide variety of contexts.
To provide the students experience in writing well-organized and readable mathematical solutions so that they will be able to communicate mathematical or technical ideas.
To provide the students experience in reading mathematics books, e.g., the course textbook, so that they will be able to learn and use mathematics independently, whatever the field of endeavour.
Textbook: Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8th edition, by James Stewart. We will cover Appendices A-E, Chapters 1-6 and Section 7.7.
Course Website: http://learn.uwaterloo.ca/
TTU ME 4334 - Control of Dynamic Systems (Fall quarter 2019)
First lecture: Sep. 08, 2017
There will be 5 tutorial quizzes, and we will be taking the best 4 out of 5 quizzes.
Dates Problems Solutions
??/??/2017 Quiz1 Quiz1 Solution
??/??/2017 Quiz2 Quiz2 Solution
??/??/2017 Quiz3 Quiz3 Solution
??/??/2017 Quiz4 Quiz4 Solution
??/??/2017 Quiz5 Quiz5 Solution
Note: The marked quizzes will be returned the following week either in class or the tutorial.
There will be worksheets in the weeks between the quizzes. These worksheets will NOT be for submission but it is strongly recommended that you do them to prepare for the quizzes.
Test Date Time Topics Covered Solutions
Midterm Exam ??/??/2017 Appendices A-D, Chapters 1 and 2. Midterm Solution
Final Exam ??/??/2017 All of the course material Final Solution
No calculator is allowed on the quizzes, midterm, or final exam.
There will not be any make-up midterms or quizzes. Missed tests will count as 0 unless suitable medical documentation is provided.To defer the final exam, you will need to have suitable medical documentation and to have performed sufficiently well in the course (i.e. have a passing mark and have passed the midterm).
Any quizzes and midterms that are not picked up after the two weeks following the end of the semester will be shredded.
The formula to compute the grade is
Grade = 20% * Quizzes (best 4 out of 5) + 30% * Midterm + 50% * Final Exam
You can check your grade online via ??. Please check it out regularly to make sure your homework is being graded/transcribed correctly!??
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The tutorials are held on Mondays from 5:30 – 6:50 pm, and will involve extra examples, hints, and/or one-on-one help. The quizzes will also be held during tutorials. The first tutorial will be on September 21st.
Tutors will be available in the tutorial center (MC 4067) on Mondays (9:30 to 4:30), Tuesdays (9:30 to 12:30), and Wednesdays (10:30 to 11:30). Your instructor will let you know when they are available to answer questions.
You may sign up for the course discussion board as a student by following the link: piazza.com/uwaterloo.ca/fall2015/math127
You will need your uwaterloo.ca email address to join.
Teaching Assistant (TA):
Instructor: Dr. Shuxia Tang, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo, Canada
Office: MC 6427
Phone：+1 (519)888-4567, ext. 33492