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EE 16B: Designing Information Devices and Systems II

EE 16B: Designing Information Devices and Systems II (Fall 2015, UC Berkeley). Instructors: Prof. Claire Tomlin, Dr. Gireeja Ranade, Prof. Elad Alon, and Prof. Babak Ayazifar. The EECS 16 series (Designing Information Devices and Systems) is a pair of freshman-level courses introducing students to EECS, with a particular emphasis on how we deal with systems interacting with the world from an information point of view. Mathematical modeling is an important theme throughout these courses and students will learn many conceptual tools along the way. Throughout this series, generally applicable concepts and techniques are motivated by and rooted in specific exemplar application domains. Students should always understand why you are learning something.

This course discusses some of the most critical ideas and techniques used to design and make systems/products, especially in the fields of Brain-Machine Interfaces, digital and signal processing systems, analog front-ends, and robotics.

 Lecture 01 Lecture 02 - Frequency Domain Analysis Using Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) Lecture 03 - Discrete Fourier Transform II Lecture 04 - Discrete Fourier Transform III Lecture 05 - DFT (cont.), BMI and PCA Lecture 06 - Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Singular Value Decomposition (SVD) Lecture 07 - Principal Component Analysis (cont.) Lecture 08 - Digital Circuits I Lecture 09 - Digital Circuits II Lecture 10 - CMOS Logic Circuits, RC Circuits/ Differential Equations Lecture 11 - Digital Circuit Time Delay (cont.), Power Consumption Lecture 12 - Digital Circuits (cont.), Sampling Lecture 13 - Sampling II: Sampling Theorem Lecture 14 - Sampling Theory (cont.) Lecture 15 - Frequency Response Lecture 16 - Frequency Response (cont.) Lecture 17 - Frequency Response: Phase Response and Filter Examples Lecture 18 - Frequency Response (cont.), Introduction to Controls Lecture 19 - Controls: State Space Model Lecture 20 - Controls: Open/Closed Loop Lecture 21 - Controls: Stability Lecture 22 - Controls: State Trajectories of the State Equation with Zero Input Lecture 23 - Closed Loop System: Feedback Lecture 24 - Stability in Closed Loop Systems Lecture 25 - Stability in Closed Loop Systems (cont.), DC Motors Lecture 26 - DC Motors and Inductors

 References EE 16B: Designing Information Devices and Systems II (Fall 2015) Instructors: Prof. Claire Tomlin, Dr. Gireeja Ranade, Prof. Elad Alon, and Prof. Babak Ayazifar. Lecture Notes. References.