System Inversion

Author by : Karen Kellock
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Publisher by : CHAMPION GUIDES
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Description : It’s the Fallen Hero Syndrome when previous fans become foes as you’re goin’ down.


Inversion Method In The Discrete Time Nonlinear Control Systems Synthesis Problems

Author by : Ülle Kotta
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : The purpose of this book is twofold: To survey control system design methods based on the system inversion technique and to collect into one place the many recent results in the field. It has been known for some time that inverse systems may be used to solve numerous control problems. Despite the importance and conceptual simplicity of this topic there appears to be no monograph written on it. The purpose of this work is therefore to present and apply a systematic design method which bases itself on the fundamental system property of invertibility. Many different theoretical and practical aspects are considered in this volume working from elementary topics in the first section to current research in the second.


Inversion Impossible

Author by : Jörg Buchholz
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Publisher by : GRIN Verlag
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Description : Research Paper from the year 2007 in the subject Computer Science - Applied, grade: keine, University of Applied Sciences Bremen, 5 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Under the terms of the US/German MoU (Helicopter Aeromechanics) the Task IX - Modeling and Simulation for Rotorcraft Systems - is defined: ”The overall objective of this task is to improve the modeling accuracy and understanding of helicopter dynamics and control. Improved modeling and understanding of the important issues can be used to increase the fidelity of ground-based simulations, thus allowing early pilot evaluation during the development of new control systems, compatibility checks for improved safety, decreases in experimental flight testing, and hence a reduction in costs and risks.” One of the recent subtasks under Task IX has been a disturbance rejection study [1], resulting in a UH-60 Black Hawk control equivalent turbulence simulation model [2]. Figure 1: Turbulence model extraction As illustrated in Figure 1 the basic idea is to have a pilot loosely stabilize a helicopter in a turbulent (input T ) environment (e. g. hovering on the leeward side of a high building), and measure the pilot control inputs (P ) and the reaction (rates, velocities, . . . ) of the helicopter (x). In the off-line extraction phase the measured reaction x (which includes the reaction of the helicopter to both the turbulence and the pilot input) is fed into an inverse model of the helicopter, resulting in the corresponding control input P+T that would be necessary to produce the measured reaction. Again, P+T includes turbulence and pilot input. If the measured pilot input P is subtracted, an equivalent turbulence input Teq remains. This equivalent turbulence input can then directly be used as an additional control input in any kind of simulator; without the need to gain and implement more complex turbulence models. During the actual model extraction approach [1] it became clear that ”Ideally, an exact numerical inverse of the coupled MIMO model would be used.” This paper will therefore present and discuss different approaches to invert dynamical systems.


Man Machine Interactions 4

Author by : Aleksandra Gruca
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Description : This book provides an overview of the current state of research on development and application of methods, algorithms, tools and systems associated with the studies on man-machine interaction. Modern machines and computer systems are designed not only to process information, but also to work in dynamic environment, supporting or even replacing human activities in areas such as business, industry, medicine or military. The interdisciplinary field of research on man-machine interactions focuses on broad range of aspects related to the ways in which human make or use computational artifacts, systems and infrastructure. This monograph is the fourth edition in the series and presents new concepts concerning analysis, design and evaluation of man-machine systems. The selection of high-quality, original papers covers a wide scope of research topics focused on the main problems and challenges encountered within rapidly evolving new forms of human-machine relationships. The presented material is structured into following sections: human-computer interfaces, robot, control, embedded and navigation systems, bio-data analysis and mining, biomedical signal processing, image and motion data processing, decision support and expert systems, pattern recognition, fuzzy systems, algorithms and optimisation, computer networks and mobile technologies, and data management systems.


Dsn 2001

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : IEEE
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Description : "The conference scope spans virtually all aspects of dependability in computing systems -- classical and networked, and covering topical areas in the IT discipline as well. A special focus for this years DSN is on safety and security issues in embedded, multimedia and Internet applications ..."--Page xiii.


Regional Geology And Tectonics Principles Of Geologic Analysis

Author by : Nicola Scarselli
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Publisher by : Elsevier
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Description : Regional Geology and Tectonics: Principles of Geologic Analysis, 2nd edition is the first in a three-volume series covering Phanerozoic regional geology and tectonics. The new edition provides updates to the first edition’s detailed overview of geologic processes, and includes new sections on plate tectonics, petroleum systems, and new methods of geological analysis. This book provides both professionals and students with the basic principles necessary to grasp the conceptual approaches to hydrocarbon exploration in a wide variety of geological settings globally. Discusses in detail the principles of regional geological analysis and the main geological and geophysical tools Captures and identifies the tectonics of the world in detail, through a series of unique geographic maps, allowing quick access to exact tectonic locations Serves as the ideal introductory overview and complementary reference to the core concepts of regional geology and tectonics offered in volumes 2 and 3 in the series


Introduction To Algebraic System Theory

Author by : Sain
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Publisher by : Academic Press
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Description : Introduction to Algebraic System Theory


Advanced Euclidean Geometry

Author by : Roger A. Johnson
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Publisher by : Courier Corporation
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Description : This classic text explores the geometry of the triangle and the circle, concentrating on extensions of Euclidean theory, and examining in detail many relatively recent theorems. 1929 edition.


High Resolution Spectroscopy

Author by : John Michael Hollas
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Publisher by : Butterworth-Heinemann
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Description : Extracts from a Review in Spectroscopy Europe, 11/3 (1999)


Real Time Embedded Systems

Author by : Ivan Cibrario Bertolotti
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Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : From the Foreword: "...the presentation of real-time scheduling is probably the best in terms of clarity I have ever read in the professional literature. Easy to understand, which is important for busy professionals keen to acquire (or refresh) new knowledge without being bogged down in a convoluted narrative and an excessive detail overload. The authors managed to largely avoid theoretical-only presentation of the subject, which frequently affects books on operating systems. ... an indispensable [resource] to gain a thorough understanding of the real-time systems from the operating systems perspective, and to stay up to date with the recent trends and actual developments of the open-source real-time operating systems." —Richard Zurawski, ISA Group, San Francisco, California, USA Real-time embedded systems are integral to the global technological and social space, but references still rarely offer professionals the sufficient mix of theory and practical examples required to meet intensive economic, safety, and other demands on system development. Similarly, instructors have lacked a resource to help students fully understand the field. The information was out there, though often at the abstract level, fragmented and scattered throughout literature from different engineering disciplines and computing sciences. Accounting for readers’ varying practical needs and experience levels, Real Time Embedded Systems: Open-Source Operating Systems Perspective offers a holistic overview from the operating-systems perspective. It provides a long-awaited reference on real-time operating systems and their almost boundless application potential in the embedded system domain. Balancing the already abundant coverage of operating systems with the largely ignored real-time aspects, or "physicality," the authors analyze several realistic case studies to introduce vital theoretical material. They also discuss popular open-source operating systems—Linux and FreRTOS, in particular—to help embedded-system designers identify the benefits and weaknesses in deciding whether or not to adopt more traditional, less powerful, techniques for a project.


Inverse Problems And Carleman Estimates

Author by : Michael V. Klibanov
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Publisher by : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
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Description : This book summarizes the main analytical and numerical results of Carleman estimates. In the analytical part, Carleman estimates for three main types of Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) are derived. In the numerical part, first numerical methods are proposed to solve ill-posed Cauchy problems for both linear and quasilinear PDEs. Next, various versions of the convexification method are developed for a number of Coefficient Inverse Problems.


Advances In Land Remote Sensing

Author by : Shunlin Liang
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Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : It collects the review papers of the 9th International Symposium on Physical Measurements and Signatures in Remote Sensing (ISPMSRS). It systematically summarizes the past achievements and identifies the frontier issues as the research agenda for the near future. It covers all aspects of land remote sensing, from sensor systems, physical modeling, inversion algorithms, to various applications.


Data Base Management Systems

Author by : University of Michigan. Engineering Summer Conferences
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Granular Nanoelectronics

Author by : David Ferry
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Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : The technological means now exists for approaching the fundamentallimiting scales of solid state electronics in which a single carrier can, in principle, represent a single bit in an information flow. In this light, the prospect of chemically, or biologically, engineered molccular-scale structures which might support information processing functions has enticed workers for many years. The one common factor in all suggested molecular switches, ranging from the experimentally feasible proton-tunneling structure, to natural systems such as the micro-tubule, is that each proposed structure deals with individual information carrying entities. Whereas this future molecular electronics faces enormous technical challenges, the same Iimit is already appearing in existing semiconducting quantum wires and small tunneling structures, both superconducting and normal meta! devices, in which the motion of a single eh arge through the tunneling barrier can produce a sufficient voltage change to cut-off further tunneling current. We may compare the above situation with today's Si microelectronics, where each bit is encoded as a very !arge number, not necessarily fixed, of electrons within acharge pulse. The associated reservoirs and sinks of charge carriers may be profitably tapped and manipulated to proviele macro-currents which can be readily amplified or curtailed. On the other band, modern semiconductor ULSI has progressed by adopting a linear scaling principle to the down-sizing of individual semiconductor devices.


Information Systems Management

Author by : Ian O. Angell
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This textbook addresses the range of issues that need to be considered when managing an information system. The author's aim is to encourage a more critical evaluation of computer-based information systems and to foster a more objective approach to the inherent advantages and disadvantages.


Digital Imaging For Cultural Heritage Preservation

Author by : Filippo Stanco
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Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : This edition presents the most prominent topics and applications of digital image processing, analysis, and computer graphics in the field of cultural heritage preservation. The text assumes prior knowledge of digital image processing and computer graphics fundamentals. Each chapter contains a table of contents, illustrations, and figures that elucidate the presented concepts in detail, as well as a chapter summary and a bibliography for further reading. Well-known experts cover a wide range of topics and related applications, including spectral imaging, automated restoration, computational reconstruction, digital reproduction, and 3D models.


Divine Inversion

Author by : David Thom
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Optical Fiber Telecommunications Iiib

Author by : Thomas L. Koch
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Publisher by : Elsevier
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Description : Updated to include the latest information on light wave technology, Optical Fiber Telecommunication III, Volumes A & B are invaluable for scientists, students, and engineers in the modern telecommunications industry. This two-volume set includes the most current research available in optical fiber telecommunications, light wave technology, and photonics/optoelectronics. The authors cover important background concepts such as SONET, coding device technology, andWOM components as well as projecting the trends in telecommunications for the 21st century. One of the hottest subjects of today's technology Includes the most up-to-date research available in optical fiber telecommunications Projects the trends in telecommunications for the 21st century


Introduction To Phase Equilibria In Ceramic Systems

Author by : Hummel
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Written by a leading practitioner and teacher in the field of ceramic science and engineering, this outstanding text provides advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level students with a comprehensive, up-to-date Introduction to Phase Equilibria in Ceramic Systems. Building upon a concise definition of the phase rule, the book logically proceeds from one- and two-component systems through increasingly complex systems, enabling students to utilize the phase rule in real applications. Unique because of its emphasis on phase diagrams, timely because of the rising importance of ceramic applications, practical because of its pedagogical approach, Introduction to Phase Equilibria in Ceramic Systems offers end-of-chapter review problems, extensive reading lists, a solid thermodynamic foundation and clear perspectives on the special properties of ceramics as compared to metals.This authoritative volume fills a broad gap in the literature, helping undergraduate- and graduate-level students of ceramic engineering and materials science to approach this demanding subject in a rational, confident fashion. In addition, Introduction to Phase Equilibria in Ceramic Systems serves as a valuable supplement to undergraduate-level metallurgy programs.