## Knowledge-Based Control Systems (SC42050)## Lecturers**Dr.-Ing. Jens Kober****(contact person**, DCSC, Mekelweg 2, block C, 2nd floor, room C-2-270, tel: 015-27 85150.`j dot kober at tudelft dot nl`)**Dr. Alfredo Núñez Vicencio**, Section of Road and Railway Engineering, Stevinweg 1, S2-2.31, tel: 015-27 89355.**ir. Tim de Bruin**, DCSC, Mekelweg 2, block C, 2nd floor, room C-2-250, tel: 015-27 85058.**Ivan Koryakovskiy, MSc.**, BME, Mekelweg 2, block E, basement, room E-K-290, tel: 015-27 88674.**prof.dr.ir. Hans Hellendoorn**, DCSC, Mekelweg 2, block C, 1st floor, room C-1-230, tel: 015-27 89007.
## AssistantsLiterature: **Ivan Koryakovskiy, MSc.**(`i dot koryakovskiy at tudelft dot nl`)Matlab: **Divyam Rastogi**(`d dot rastogi at student dot tudelft dot nl`)
## General Information Academic Year 2016/2017**Structure:**9 lectures (18 hours) in total, two lectures per week (weeks 1-5)
**Days & Times:**Mondays 15:45-17:45, Wednesdays 15:45-17:45 (start February 13, 2017)
**Location:**Lecture hall Chip at EWI faculty (Mekelweg 4)
**ECTS credits:**4 (corresponds roughly to 110 hours study load)
**Course type:**M.Sc. (graduate)
**Period:**3rd quarter
The lecture schedule can also be downloaded **here**.
See also the **on-line schedule**.
The lectures will be broadcasted via teleconference to TU/e and UTwente, you can watch them live in the assigned lecture rooms. They are also recorded on Collegerama where you can see the live lectures with a 2 min delay and also the recorded lectures. The direct links will be posted on the Materials page before the lecture. TU Delft students can also use the regular Collegerama page. ## NewsApril 11, 2017:
Rules for the exam: Read carefully the instructions below. Write clearly your name and student number on each sheet you hand in. Read carefully each question prior to formulating an answer. **You are not allowed to use the course lecture notes, books, your own notes and other aids (except for non-programmable calculators).**Never talk to your fellow students: violation of this rule will result in an immediate termination of your exam. The questions are formulated in English, answers should be also in English. Motivate each answer, write down your reasoning. For each question, the maximum number of points you can get is indicated in parentheses (total =100). The number of points gained will determine the final mark. Good luck!
April 4, 2017:
Dear students, I got a few emails about the schedule for the symposium tomorrow. The progamme and some additional information has been available at http://www.dcsc.tudelft.nl/~sc42050/assign/assign.html since a while. Unrelated announcement: There was an unfortunate typo on slide 39 of Artificial Neural Networks I. I uploaded the corrected version. Best regards, March 21, 2017:
Dear students, Tomorrow is the deadline for sending your paper and your presentation to the assigned review group. For reviewing process, please use dedicated forms at http://www.dcsc.tudelft.nl/~sc42050/assign/review_paper.doc and http://www.dcsc.tudelft.nl/~sc42050/assign/review_presentation.doc Best, March 16, 2017:
Dear students, Review groups are assigned. You can check a review group for your group at http://www.dcsc.tudelft.nl/~sc42050/assign/assign.html You can communicate to each other directly by sending e-mails to #######@studienummer.tudelft.nl (substitute ####### with the real number of a student). The deadline for submitting your paper and presentation to each other is March 22 2017, and the deadline for the responses is no later than one week, namely March 29 2017. Best, March 14, 2017:
Dear students, Due to a scheduling mishap Hans Hellendoorn couldn't teach the last lecture “Applications of fuzzy logic” yesterday. The material of this lecture will not be part of the exam this year. Feel free to watch back the recording from last year. Regards, February 20, 2017:
Dear students, During the lecture today we handed out a printed version of the Matlab assignment. You can find the .pdf file here: Note: Students from Eindhoven and Twente do not need to hand in a physical copy of the report, a digital copy of the report and code is sufficient. Regards, February 20, 2017:
Dear students, A few notes on the literature assignment: Length of the report: “The paper must be written in a two-column, using the 11-point Times Roman font, single spaced and must be between two and four pages in length.” (see description p. 4) Symposium (Delft students): Attendance of the symposium is mandatory for the whole group, for the whole block (1 hour) your group is scheduled in. Symposium (Eindhoven and Twente students): You are welcome to come to Delft for the symposium. Alternatively, if you are in a mixed group, it is sufficient if the Delft students present and attend. The third option is to send in a recorded presentation (e.g., YouTube) and we'll also do the Q&A after the presentation online.
Regards, February 13, 2017:
Dear students, Welcome to the course SC42050 Knowledge Based Control Systems. During the first lecture we handed out a printed version of an updated planning and also the literature assignment. You can find the .pdf of both files here: For the students from Eindhoven and Twente (and Delft of course), please access the list of possible literature assignments here: Wishing you all the best for this quarter, February 9, 2017:
Dear students, The course is going to start in a few days.
In preparation for the first lecture please watch the I am looking forward to seeing you all on Monday. Jens December 6, 2016:
Dear students, The website has been partially updated for the academic year 2016/2017. The website for the academic year 2015/2016 can be found here 2016/index.html Jens |