
 A Crash Course in Feedback Control 
  This set of lectures is an introduction to the principles of feedback control and its applications amenable to traditional and nontraditional audiences. 
  The material is based on fundamental concepts in dynamical systems, modeling, stability analysis, robustness to uncertainty, feedback as it occurs naturally, and the design of feedback control laws to engineer desirable static and dynamic response. 
  As we explained in the previous lecture, feedback control can be used to shape the equilibria of the system, and also to stabilize them. 
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