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Multiple Operator Deconvolution with Additive Noise; The Envelope Operator.
The methods for multiple operator deconvolution of Berenstein, Taylor, and Yger are examined for the case of the addition of a noise signal after each of the multiple convolutions and preceding the deconvolutions. It is ...
Throughput of Hybrid (DS-SFH) Spread-Spectrum Random-Access Communications.
The multiple-access capability of hybrid direct-sequence slow frequency hopped (DS-SFH) spread-spectrum systems with forward- error control coding is investigated. Frequency-slot synchronous and asynchronous schemes, packet ...
Tactile Perception for Multifingered Hands
Recently, tactile sensors mounted on robot fingers have been identified as essential sensory devices for the control of multifingered robotic hands. A basic tactile sensing task is to determine the force distribution on ...
The Systems Research Center: Creating the Design Tools for the Systems of Tomorrow.
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Drop Breakup in Turbulent Stirred-Tank Contactors. Part II: Relative Influence of Viscosity and Interfacial Tension.
The relative influence of dispersed-phase viscosity and interfacial tension on equilibrium drop size and drop size distribution is studied for dilute suspensions by dispersing various silicone oils in water, methanol, and ...
Control of Markov Chains with Long-Run Average Cost Criterion II.
The long-run average cost control problem for discrete time Markov chains on a countable state space is studied in a very general framework. Necessary and sufficient conditions for optimality in terms of the dynamic ...
Integration of Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II) and Computer Aided Design (CAD) Through Database Interoperability
The traditional, fragmented approach to increasing manufacturing efficiency has resulted in "islands of automation" in our factories. Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) is the goal of typing together these islands ...
Via Minimization for IC and PCB Layouts
In the design of integrated circuits (ICs), it is important to minimize the number of vias between conductors on different layers since excess vias lead to decreased yield and degraded circuit performance. Similarly, in ...
Control System Design for a Flexible Arm
In this thesis, we study the problem of real-time control of a flexible arm. We have investigated techniques for compensating the effects of friction and ripple torque. New software was written to use a Metrabyte Data ...
Computer Algebra for Analysis and Design of Nonlinear Control Systems.
A rich collection of analytical tools based on differential geometric methods has been developed for the analysis and design of nonlinear control systems. The concept of feedback equivalence among nonlinear systems is used ...