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## Control Applications

For control applications, an understanding the fundamentals of control theory is required.  These trainings provide a foundation for creating control applications and provide some advanced training on the spate space modelling paradigm.

## Control Applications

For control applications, an understanding the fundamentals of control theory is required.  These trainings provide a foundation for creating control applications and provide some advanced training on the spate space modelling paradigm.

## Control Applications

For control applications, an understanding the fundamentals of control theory is required.  These trainings provide a foundation for creating control applications and provide some advanced training on the spate space modelling paradigm.

## Control Law Accelerator (CLA)

This section incorporates all C2000 videos specific to the Control Law Accelerator, or CLA

## Control Law Accelerator (CLA) Hands-On Workshop

The Control Law Accelerator is a 32-bit floating point math accelerator that is common on most c2000 devices. It aids in the concurrent processing of fast control algorithms.

After viewing the lectures, and working through the provided example, you should be in a better position to migrate existing algorithms from the main C28x core to the CLA, or start programming on the CLA from scratch.

## Control Law Accelerator (CLA) hands-on workshop

The Control Law Accelerator is a 32-bit floating point math accelerator that is common on most c2000 devices. It aids in the concurrent processing of fast control algorithms.

After viewing the lectures, and working through the provided example, you should be in a better position to migrate existing algorithms from the main C28x core to the CLA, or start programming on the CLA from scratch.

## Control Theory seminar

This 4-part technical seminar offers an introduction to control theory which is of value to electronic, electrical and mechanical engineers.  The aim is to provide engineers with an insight into elementary control problems and their solution.  An understanding of basic engineering mathematics is recommended to benefit fully from this course.

Agenda
1. Fundamental concepts: Linear systems, transient response, frequency analysis, classification of systems
2. Feedback systems: Effects of feedback, Nyquist analysis, stability margins, phase compensation
3. Transient response: Transient specifications, steady state error, PID control, root locus analysis
4. Discrete time systems: Sampled systems, the z-transform, aliasing, delay & reconstruction, discrete transformations
Description
• The course opens with a review of fundamental concepts, including linear differential equations and the Laplace transform. The behaviour of classical first and second order systems is examined in both the time and the frequency domains.
• The second section introduces closed loop control and the effects of negative feedback in the frequency domain. The Nyquist plot is introduced as a valuable tool to assess control loop stability and performance, and is applied to the design of phase compensators.
• The central theme of section three is control performance in the time domain. The design and tuning of PID controllers is explained using the step response, and various methods of assessing quality of response are presented. The root locus plot then is introduced as a method of designing complex systems to meet transient response specifications.
• Section four focuses on discrete time systems.  The z-transform is introduced, and the relationship between the s-plane and z-plane explained in detail.  The design of digital closed loop controllers is then described using emulation and direct design methods.  Also covered are some important practical considerations when implementing discrete time controllers, including aliasing, sample rate selection, the effects of computational delay, and zero order hold.
• The material is supported by many examples and tutorials, and includes a short question & answer session at the end of each section.  Matlab is used throughout the seminar to introduce new concepts and to illustrate each major topic.  A printed copy of the seminar manual containing the presentation material is issued to each attendee at the start of the course.

## Control Theory Seminar - Part 1

Date:
March 13, 2015

Duration:
01:45:43
The Control Theory Seminar is a one-day technical seminar covering the fundamentals of control theory. This video is part 1 of a 4-part series highlighting the

## Control Theory Seminar - Part 2

Date:
March 13, 2015

Duration:
01:02:24
The Control Theory Seminar is a one-day technical seminar covering the fundamentals of control theory. This video is part 2 of a 4-part series highlighting the

## Control Theory Seminar - Part 3

Date:
March 13, 2015

Duration:
02:04:16
The Control Theory Seminar is a one-day technical seminar covering the fundamentals of control theory. This video is part 3 of a 4-part series highlighting the

## Control Theory Seminar - Part 4

Date:
March 13, 2015

Duration:
01:50:48
The Control Theory Seminar is a one-day technical seminar covering the fundamentals of control theory. This video is part 4 of a 4-part series highlighting the

## Core cybersecurity concepts and their relation to microcontroller security hardware

Date:
December 30, 2019

Duration:
18:17
This video introduces concepts such as confidentiality and authenticity and discusses how on-chip security HW enforces these and counters security threats.

## Creating robust, innovative, low-power HMI interfaces for e-lock, security, thermostats and other building automation interfaces with CapTIvate touch technology

Date:
October 6, 2016

Duration:
40:23
This webinar is the third session from the Building Automation webinar series. Brought to you in cooperation with Farnell element 14.

Date:
December 3, 2015

Duration:
03:36
Learn about the advantages of in-field firmware updates, and the firmware image flow in network connected systems.

## Crypto-Bootloader Training Series Part 2: Security definition, known attacks and security measures

Date:
December 3, 2015

Duration:
05:08
Learn about the definition of a security architecture, example attacks, and security measures to counter threats.

Date:
December 3, 2015

Duration:
05:12
Learn about the steps involved in the creation of a secure firmware image with Crypto-bootloader.

Date:
December 3, 2015

Duration:
08:12

## Debug Server Scripting (DSS)

Date:
September 12, 2016

Duration:
18:50
If you need to automatically test your product or code, you will be interested in the DSS webinar.

## Debugging Common Application Issues with TI-RTOS

Date:
May 25, 2016

Duration:
25:26
This presentation shows how TI-RTOS helps a user debug the following common application issues: stack overflows, device exceptions, and memory mismanagement.

## Debugging MSP432 using the MSP-FET Debug Probe

Date:
October 21, 2016

Duration:
06:58
The MSP-FET is a powerful emulation development tool (debug probe) – which allows users to quickly begin application development on MSP low-power microcontroll
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