This paper presents a prototype laboratory experiment to be integrated in the education of embedded control system engineers. The experiment, a real-time control of a dynamical system, is designed to drive students to a deeper understanding and integration of the diverse theoretical concepts that often come from different disciplines such as real-time systems and control systems. Rather than proposing the experiment for a particular course within an embedded system engineering curriculum, this
paper describes how the experiment can be tailored to the needs and diverse background of both undergraduate and graduate students education.
CitationMartí, P. [et al.]. Design of an embedded control system laboratory experiment. "IEEE transactions on industrial electronics", 08 Febrer 2010, vol. 57, núm. 10, p. 3297-3307.
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