Educational Material

We are developing depository for syllabi, presentations, and other materials in support of system identification and adaptive control education.  

Course Syllabi and Materials:

ETH Zurich:

Course on non-parametric and parametric System Identification: Lectures notes and VIDEOS!!!

Johns Hopkins University:

System Identification and Likelihood Methods

Arizona State University:

ChE 494/598, Introduction to System Identification (syllabus) (overview presentation)

Technical University at Delft:

Courses on system identification and control

University of California at San Diego:

MAE 283a: Parametric System Identification - theory and tools.

MAE 283b: Approximate identification and control.

University of Michigan:

AE566: Data analysis and system identification (syllabus)

Recent Educational Texts and Edited Volumes:

Below are links to some recent texts and edited volumes developed by members of the System Identification and Adaptive Control TC that can be useful for educational purposes:

F. Giri, E.W. Bai (eds), "Block Oriented Nonlinear System Identification," Springer, UK, 2010.

L. Busoniu, R. Babuska, B. de Schutter, and D. Ernst, "Reinforcement Learning and Dynamic Programming using Function Approximators," CRC Press, 2010.

R. Toth, "Modeling and Identification of Linear Parameter-Varying Systems," Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, Springer, 2010.

P. Lopes dos Santos, T. P. Azevedo Perdicoúlis, C. Novara, J.A. Ramos, and D.E. Rivera, "Linear Parameter-Varying System Identification: New Developments and Trends," World Scientific, 2011 (to appear).

Educational Software Tools:

An extensive set of links to software tools for system identification is available in the Useful Links section of the website.  Below are some system identification tools with particular emphasis on identification education:

Interactive Tool for System Identification Education (ITSIE):  University of Almería, UNED (Madrid) and Arizona State University.

Interactive Tool for Control-Relevant Identification (ITCRI): University of Almería, UNED (Madrid) and Arizona State University.