NCKU Curriculum Map
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AUTOMATIC CONTROL

This course provides concepts and applications of feedback control. It introduces issues relevant to noise attenuation, improvement of nonlinearity of systems, system transfer functions, signal flow diagrams and system modeling. Finally, a detailed understanding of the issues of time domain responses and stability analysis will be presented.

Course Goal
1. Acquire the basic biomedical engineering knowledge
2. Develop multidiscipline integration, innovation and implementation ability
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Understand professional medical and engineering ethics and society responsibility.
  • [Competence]
  • Ability to strengthen engineering practice and apply professional tools
  • Ability to design biomedical engineering system and be familiar with the operation of clinical medical devices
  • Ability to find, analyze and solve problems
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    0108/1 F940800 [BME3101]AUTOMATIC CONTROL 3.0 N Ho, Ming-Tzu
    0107/1 F940800 [BME3101]AUTOMATIC CONTROL 3.0 N Ho, Ming-Tzu
    0106/1 F940800 [BME3101]AUTOMATIC CONTROL 3.0 N Ho, Ming-Tzu
    0105/1 F940800 [BME3101]AUTOMATIC CONTROL 3.0 N Ho, Ming-Tzu
    0104/1 F940800 [BME3101]AUTOMATIC CONTROL 3.0 N Ho, Ming-Tzu
    0103/1 F940800 [BME3101]AUTOMATIC CONTROL 3.0 N Ho, Ming-Tzu

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