Eastern Mediterranean University
Faculty of Engineering
Department of Electrical
and Electronic Engineering
EE 529  Circuits and
Systems Analysis
Year and Semester : 5/6, Fall/Spring
Credit Hour : (3,0)
3
Pre/Corequisite(s) :
Academic Term : Spring
200809
Catalog
Description:
Definitions of physical systems,
Component characterization.
Elements of graph theory, basic postulates:
circuit and cutset equations. Formulation of system equations in matrix form. Branch, chord, mixed and statespace formulations. Solution of system equations, timedomain, sdomain solutions.
Various applications to physical systems.
Prerequisite by Topic:
The main prerequisite is circuit analysis.
Instructors:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mustafa Kemal Uyguroğlu


Office Hours: Friday
(10:3012:20) 

email: mustafa.uyguroglu@emu.edu.tr 

Textbook:
H.E.Koenig, Y. Tokad,
H. K. Kesavan, H.G.Hedges, Analysis of Discrete Physical Systems, McGraw Hill, 1967.
Course
Objectives :
At the end of this
course, students will be able to:
COURSE OUTLINE and
Organization
HRS 
D E S C R I P T I O N 

12 
6 
1. Introduction Definition of physical systems, The First Postulate of
System Theory, Component Models, Mathematical Representation of Typical
Signals. 
3 
3 
2. Mathematical Model of Twoterminal Components Elementary Twoterminal components Models, Stepfunction
Response, Frequency Response Characteristics 
45 
6 
3. Mathematical Model of Multiterminal Components Elementary nterminal Components, Linear Perfect Couplers
and Gyrators, Smallsignal model of typical Twoport Components, Twoport Active
Components. 
67 
9 
4. The System Graph and Associated Constraint Equations The system Graph, Basic Definitions and Elementary
Properties of Linear Graphs, Circuit Vectors and Matrices, Cutset vectors
and Matrices, Incident Vectors and Matrices, Practical Application of circuit
and Cutset Equations 
89 

Midterm
Examinations 
10 
3 
4.The System Graph and Associated Constraint Equations The System Graph,
Basic Definitions and Elementary Properties of Linear Graphs. Circuit Vectors and Matrices.
Cutset Vectors and Matrices. İncidence Vectors and Matrices 
1112 
6 
5. State Models Systems of Differential equations in Normal Form. State
Equations for Linear Systems. Solutions of State Equations 
1314 
6 
6. Network Model
Approach Application
of Graph theory to 3dimensional mechanical systems 
1517 

FINAL EXAMS 
Computer Usage:
Students are encouraged to use the Internet to search for various topics, including contents of similar courses offered elsewhere. MATLAB software is used for solution of system equations. Students can reach the necessary information about the course on the web site:
http://faraday.ee.emu.edu.tr/ee529
Homework
20 %, Midterm 30%, Final Examination 50%
NG Policy:
Students who do not pass the course and fail to attend the lectures regularly may be given the NG grade.
MakeUp Exam Policy:
Students who fail to attend the lectures regularly will not be given makeup examination.