Prof. Dr. Moritz Diehl
Modeling and System Identification (MSI) is concerned with the search for mathematical models for real-life systems. The course is based on statistics, optimization and simulation methods for differential equations. The exercises will be based on pen-and-paper exercises and computer exercises with MATLAB.
Lectures take place on Wednesdays 08:30h to 10:00h and Fridays 10:00 to 11:45, in SR 00-010/014 in building 101.
Recordings of some of the lectures are available on the webpage of the video center.
Course material is the following:
- MSI script by Prof. Diehl,
- Script by Prof. Johan Schoukens, VUB, Brussels, Belgium,
- Textbook, Ljung, L. (1999). System Identification: Theory for the User. Prentice
Hall. Available in the campus library.
Tentative course schedule (may change, please check regularly):
|October 23||Complete lecture|
|October 25||Linear Algebra Tutorial|
|October 30||Complete lecture|
|November 6||Statistics Tutorial||Complete tutorial|
|November 8||Complete lecture|
|November 13||Complete lecture|
|November 15||Complete lecture|
|November 20||Complete lecture|
|November 22||Complete lecture|
|November 27||Microexam 1|
|December 4||Complete lecture|
|December 6||Complete lecture|
|December 11||no recordings|
|December 13||No new recordings for this winter term.
Please watch the old recordings from 2017/18.
|December 20||no lecture?|
|January 8||Machine Learning I ?|
|January 10||Machine Learning II ?|
|January 15||Microexam 2|
|January 22||Complete lecture|
|January 24||Complete lecture|
|January 31||Complete lecture|
|February 5||Complete lecture|
|February 7||Microexam 3||no recordings|
|February 12||no lecture?||no recordings|
|February 14||no lecture?||no recordings|
Exercise sessions are organized on (starting on October 24, 2019):
- Thursday 16:00 to 18:00
- Friday 12:00 to 14:00
- Tuesday 12:00 to 14:00
in building 082, room 029.
Please hand in solutions to computer exercises through Matlab Grader individually (you should have received an invitation email, email us). Solutions to non-computer exercises can be handed in on paper by groups of maximum 3 persons on Friday's at 10:00 in the lecture or before that in building 102, 1st floor, 'Anbau' (here). The corrected exercises will be handed out during the exercise sessions.
If you have any questions regarding the exercises, email us.
- Tobias Schöls
- Jia-Jie Zhu
- Naya Baslan
- Jakob Harzer
- Bryan Ramos
If you have questions please approach us during the exercise sessions. In urgent cases you may also send an email to email@example.com
The final exam will take place in March 2020 in building 101. The exact date and place will be announced here.
The material for the tutorials:
We recommend students to install MATLAB on their laptop and bring it to the exercise sessions (and the tutorials in the beginning of the semester). The university provides licences.
There is an online (in browser) version of MATLAB. This service is provided by MathWorks and can be accessed with a MathWorks account. We won't be able to provide support for the online version and the exercises may exceed its capabilities.Ultimately MATLAB is installed on some come computers in the computer pool. We have no influence on this installation please refer to the pool managers for details.