Modeling and Simulation, TSRT62
Course Information HT1, 2015
The aim of the course is to provide an introduction to the methods and principles used in constructing mathematical models in dynamical systems and in practical applications.
The course will cover model design based on basic physical principles as well as system identification, i.e., modeling based on measured data from sensors. It will also show how to use simulations to investigate the properties of a model.
- General introduction to models and model building: Model types, dimension and scaling, model simplification.
- System identification: Estimating transient response, spectral estimation, identification of parametric models, identification of nonlinear models, validation.
- Physical Modeling: Physical principles, bond graphs, models with differential-algebraic equations, object-oriented modeling.
- Simulations: Choice of methods, stability, accuracy.
Lecturer and examinator:
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- Martin Lindfors, tel 281365, email@example.com
- Christian Andersson Naesseth, tel 281353, firstname.lastname@example.org
L. Ljung och T. Glad:
Modellbygge och Simulering. Studentlitteratur. (2nd edition, 2004)
P. Lindskog, L. Ljung, T. Glad och J. Roll:
Modellbygge och simulering. Övningsbok. Studentlitteratur. (2nd edition, 2008)
Modellbygge och simulering av mätrobot(lab 2 och 3)
Datorövningar i systemidentifiering
The second edition of the textbook is available only in Swedish, and so is the exercise book. You can buy them at Bokakademin. The notes for the labs can be downloaded here and the computer exercises from the exercise page.
Notice that in chapter 8 of the course book (Matematiska modeller och bindningsgrafer) only the results in the box on pages 184-85 and 187 are required (without proofs).
List of known errors in the course material:
Informationsansvarig: Claudio Altafini
Senast uppdaterad: 2016-01-06