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Title: Incorporating practical and synthesis contents in undergraduate control education
Authors: Hang, C.C. 
Keywords: Control education
Control structuring
Practical contents
Systems thinking
Issue Date: Dec-2004
Source: Hang, C.C. (2004-12). Incorporating practical and synthesis contents in undergraduate control education. Asian Journal of Control 6 (4) : 539-544. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This paper revisits the effort over the last decade in making undergraduate control education more useful and attractive to both the control engineers and the engineers at large. With the help of further coverage in new textbooks, more practical and synthesis contents in the control courses have been incorporated. Gaps still exist, particularly in the areas of PID control and auto-tuning, fuzzy control, overall control strategy, control structure and systems thinking, and these will be elaborated. A major challenge is in the coverage of more practical and synthesis contents in the introductory common control course for all engineers. How this may be resolved is discussed. Finally, the need for new teaching approaches such as the use of interesting case studies and the use of problem-based learning will be outlined.
Source Title: Asian Journal of Control
ISSN: 15618625
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