450-4001 – Control Systems Theory and Design (RS)

Gurantor departmentDepartment of Cybernetics and Biomedical Engineering
Subject guarantordoc. Ing. Štěpán Ožana, Ph.D.
Study levelundergraduate or graduate
Subject version
Version codeYear of introductionYear of cancellationCredits
450-4001/01 2010/2011 6
450-4001/02 2015/2016 6

Subject aims expressed by acquired skills and competences

The goal of subject is introduce students on control systems design. This part is needed for studying the branch of study Measurement and Control.Students will be ready for practical analyzes and designs of linear and nonlinear feedback control systems using computers and simulation program MATLAB and SIMULINK. They will be also ready for practical designs of optimal and adaptive feedback control systems This subject is suitable for students another branches of study, which want familiarize control system theory.

Teaching methods

Individual consultations
Experimental work in labs
Project work


There are explaining designs of continuos-time and discrete-time linear control systems. Learners are introduce on nonlinear feedback control systems analyze and design - base nonlinear characteristics, stability and design. Learners are introducing also on optimal control systems - methods of optimization and their using. In the last part learners are introduce on adaptive and learning control systems.

Compulsory literature:

K.J. Astrom, R.M. Murray: Feedback Systems. Princeton University Press 2008 G.F. Franklin, J.D. Powell, A.E: Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems. Adison-Wesley 2002

Recommended literature:

Franklin,G.F.,at all.:Digital Control of Dynamic Systems. Adison-Wesley 1992 Golnaraghi, F., Kuo, B.C., Automatic Control System, (9th Edition), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2010 Lewis,F.L.: Optimal Control. John Wiley&Sons 1992 Ogata, K., Modern Control Engineering. (5th Edition), Prentice-Hall 2009 Ogata,K., Discrete-time Control Systems. (2nd Edition), Prentice-Hall 1995 Shinners,S.M.:Modern Control System Theory and Design. John Wiley&Sons 1986


Subject has no prerequisities.


Subject has no co-requisities.