EECS 661: Discrete Event Systems
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Last Modified: 2010/10/14
EECS 661 is offered every even year in the fall semester.
It is intended for EE:Systems/EE/CSE/ME/AERO graduate students who want to learn
about the modeling, analysis and control of
``discrete event dynamical systems'' (DES).
These are dynamical systems that have discrete state spaces
and event-driven dynamics.
DES arise in the modeling of technological systems
such as automated manufacturing systems, computer systems,
software systems, and communication networks.
Most recent offering: Fall 2008.
Poster EECS 661 Fall 2008
Textbook: Second edition of the textbook by Cassandras and Lafortune:
Texbook - Second Edition
Fall 2010: Course not offered due to sabbatical leave.
Please contact Prof. Lafortune for further information.