# Signals and Systems II (227-0046-10)

## ANNOUNCEMENTS

- The
**Lecture notes**are available as a download on Moodle. You also have the opportunity to order a printed copy from Student Print on Demand (SPOD).

## LECTURE

**Lecturer:** Prof. John Lygeros

The lecture takes place **Thursdays from 8h to 10h in ETF, C1**.

The exercise classes are **Mondays from 14h to 16h in NO, C60 and ML, F36 **.

Number | Content |
---|---|

00 | Introduction |

01 | Modeling |

02 | ODEs and Linear Algebra |

03 | Continuous LTI systems in time domain |

04 | Energy, controllability and observability |

05 | Continuous LTI systems in frequency domain |

06 | Discrete time LTI systems |

07 | Nonlinear systems |

## ONLINE RESOURCES

The following online resources provide integral and useful information on the course content:Class Moodle - official website for all Signal and System Theory II TORQUE content

EduApp - smartphone application that can be used for instant feedback questions during the lecture

Feedback Systems: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers - the recommended book for this lecture by K.J. Åström and R.M. Murray

The ** lecture notes ** are available in digital form on Moodle.

The ** slides from the Moodle videos ** (thanks to Stefan Rickli) Moodle video slides

Recordings of the lectures from spring semester 2012 are available online: videos from 2012

## EXAMPLE SESSIONS

**Assistants:**

Marta Fochesato | ETL K 11 | +41 44 632 0958 |

Efe Balta | ETL K 10.1 | +41 44 632 4279 |

Matilde Gargiani | ETL K 11 | +41 44 632 5125 |

Xavier Guidetti | ETL I 29 | +41 44 632 8857 |

Andrea Martinelli | ETL I 15 | +41 44 632 4274 |

Marta Zagorowska | ETL I 35 | +41 44 632 2934 |

Riccardo Zuliani | ETL K 12 | +41 44 632 4923 |

**Splitting in example classes:**

Room |
Students |
Assistants |

NO C60 | Last name starting from A to P | Assigned on rotational basis |

ML F36 | Last name starting from R to Z | Assigned on rotational basis |

**Solving the Exercises:**

During the examples classes, teaching assistants will be present to answer
your questions and help you with the exercises. You should **prepare** the
**exercises** for the examples session to be able to ask specific questions.
We will offer office hours for final exam. You can contact the
responsible TAs for questions about particular exercises, or the head TA (Marta Fochesato)
for general questions on the course structure.

**Exercises and sample solutions:**

The exercises and solutions are exclusively published on Moodle.

**Short MATLAB introduction:**

If you have never worked with MATLAB before, a short introduction can be found here:

Introduction to MATLAB

## EXAMINATION

**Past exams:**

Spring Term |
1st Exam |
2nd Exam |

2005: taught by W. Schaufelberger | Autumn 05 | Winter 05/06 |

2006: taught by W. Schaufelberger | Summer 06 | Winter 06/07 |

2007: | Summer 07 | Winter 07/08 |

2008: | Summer 08 solution | Winter 08/09 solution |

2009: | Summer 09 solution | Winter 09/10 solution |

2010: | Summer 10 solution | Winter 10/11 solution |

2011: | Summer 11 solution | Winter 11/12 solution |

2012: | Summer 12 solution | Winter 12/13 solution |

2013: | Summer 13 solution | Winter 13/14 solution |

2014: | Summer 14 solution | Winter 14/15 solution |

2015: | Summer 15 solution | Winter 15/16 solution |

2016: | Summer 16 solution | Winter 16/17 solution |

2017: | Summer 17 solution | Winter 17/18 solution |

2018: | Summer 18 solution | Winter 18/19 solution |

2019: | Summer 19 solution | Winter 19/20 solution |

2020: | Summer 20 solution | Winter 20/21 solution |

2021: | Summer 21 solution | Winter 21/22 solution |

2022: | Summer 22 | Winter 22/23 |

**Exam instructions:**