8 Julho 2020, 19:54 • João Manuel Lage de Miranda Lemos
The students who want to do Exam 2 must register in project Exam 2.
The procedure and rules are equal to Exam 1.
10 Junho 2020, 13:10 • João Manuel Lage de Miranda Lemos
Due to rules imposed by the Pedagogical Council, the exams will have a maximum duration of 2h30 plus 30 minutes of tolerance. Therefore, exam 1, which will take place on 06/24/2020, will start at 11:30 am and responses must be delivered by 2:30 pm (total duration; 3:00 am)
To be able to attend the exam, you must enroll in the Exame 1 Group. I suggest you do it now.
The statement of the exam will be available on the course page, in Fénix, in the tab "Statements"
In the same tab you will find a file with the name RESP.txt, in txt format, where you must give your answers.
You must add your student number (NOT the istid) to the name of this file. For example, if your student number is 23491, the file should be named RESP23491.txt. ATTENTION: If you do not add the student number to the file name, your exam will be NULL.
In the file you must fill in the fields with your student number and your full name. Failure to do so will made your exam null
These files (statement and responses) will be available from the exam start time.
The answers are given by writing, in front of the number of each question, the corresponding answer option, identified by the letters A to E.If you write several letters in a row, the answer is considered wrong.
During the exam, you can consult the transparencies, books or your notes. It is not allowed to receive help of any kind from other people, nor to receive or exchange information with other people.
10 Junho 2020, 13:06 • João Manuel Lage de Miranda Lemos
Devido a regras impostas pelo conselho Pedagógico, os exames terão a duração máxima de 2h30 mais 30 minutos de tolerância. Assim, o exame 1, a ter lugar no dia 24/06/2020, terá início às 11h30 e as respostas deverão ser entregues até às 14h30 (duração total; 3h00)
27 Abril 2020, 16:09 • Pedro Batista
19 Março 2020, 13:53 • Pedro Batista
Dear students of Linear and Nonlinear State-Space Control Theory,
Considering that i) there will be no laboratory classes this semester and ii) the method of assessment of this course consists of exam only, the faculty body has decided to increase the number of problem classes.
From now on, there will be problem classes every week, on the same schedule, using the Colibri / Zoom video conference system:
- Wednesdays, 14:00-15:30
- Fridays, 14:00 – 15:30
“To attend a lecture/session, you MUST NOT login to the Colibri System. Login is only required by the session Professor/Organiser. Each login consumes licenses that may be crucial for other purposes.”
The link to join the problem classes was previously sent to you directly by e-mail and will remain valid until further notice. If for some reason you have not received that information, please email me directly.
Next week, I’ll revisit problem 7 and address problem 8 a) ,b), and c). You are advised to study and solve these problems in advance.
With best regards, on behalf of the faculty body,