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This paper describes two Stanford University courses of one quarter (IO weeks) each, covering the material of "Digital Control of Dynamic Systems" by the authors. The courses have neither homework nor exams but are based on laboratories using IBM PC computers with locally designed and constructed analog plants. Rather formal reports are also required covering the seven labs in the two courses. The first course (4-unit credit) has labs on digital filters, control design by transform methods,doi:10.1109/37.24805 fatcat:lge2jbirovas7mqagii2budzuy