Dr.rer.nat.habil. Friedrich von Haeseler
M.Sc. Christian Kallies
M.Sc. Johannes Pohlodek
|Mo.||11:00-13:00||Lecture in form of an uploaded video|
|Fr.||11:00-13:00||Exercise via Zoom|
The lecture will be given in German.
Systems theory is an interdisciplinary field of science, which is aimed to analyze and study the nature of complex dynamical systems, e.g. biological, economic, and electrical systems. During the course the basics that allow the study and understanding of dynamical processes will be presented. In particular, attention will be focused on continuous/discrete linear systems, plus further details on stochastic processes and Markov chains.
The following topics will be covered during the course:
The program is subject to change.
Important background for the course is Linear Algebra. A review of the essential knowledge will be presented at the beginning of the exercises. Students are kindly required to review the mathematical concepts of "vector", "matrix", and "linearity".
The following books are recommended for this lecture:
Further information about the exercises and the exam will be provided later on during the lectures.