Control education: time for radical change?

  title={Control education: time for radical change?},
  author={C. Bissell},
  journal={IEEE Control Systems Magazine},
  • C. Bissell
  • Published 1999
  • Engineering
  • IEEE Control Systems Magazine
Aims to identify, and review critically, some of the hidden assumptions in the conventional control engineering curriculum, to stimulate debate within the control community. Topics addressed include the role of mathematics; the philosophy of engineering; the use of computer-based tools; and the aspirations and requirements of students and employers. The article is prompted by a number of current issues in control engineering education, including: how to improve the structure and content of our… Expand
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