Computation and Control IV
-46 %

Computation and Control IV

Proceedings of the Fourth Bozeman Conference, Bozeman, Montana, August 3-9, 1994
Print on Demand | Lieferzeit:3-5 Tage I

Unser bisheriger Preis:ORGPRICE: 112,34 €

Jetzt 61,20 €*

Alle Preise inkl. MwSt. | zzgl. Versand
Kenneth L. Bowers
561 g
235x155x20 mm

Well-Posedness for a One Dimensional Nonlinear Beam.- Modeling and Parameter Estimation for an Imperfectly Clamped Plate.- Discretization of Cost and Sensitivities in Shape Optimization.- Representation of Feedback Operators for Hyperbolic Systems.- Steady State Response to Burgers' Equation with Varying Viscosity.- A Weighted Mixed-Sensitivity H?-Control Design for Irrational Transfer Matrices.- Acuity of Observation of the Heat Equation on a Bounded Domain.- Designing Controllers for Infinite-Dimensional Systems with Finite-Dimensional Control System Design Tools.- Preserving Exponential Stability Under Approximation for Distributed Parameter Systems.- A Comparison of Estimation Methods for Hydraulic Conductivity Functions from Field Data.- An Adpative Stencil Finite Differencing Scheme for Linear First Order Hyperbolic Systems - A Preliminary Report.- Eigenvalue Approximations for Sturm-Liouville Differential Equations with Mixed Boundary Conditions.- Existence of Functional Gains for Parabolic Control Systems.- Binocular Observability.- Dynamics of Ocular Motion.- The Sinc-Galerkin Schwarz Alternating Method for Poisson's Equation.- A Cross Validation Method for First Kind Integral Equations.- Linear Control Theory, Splines and Interpolation.- Sinc Aproximation of Solution of Heat Equation with Discontinuous Initial Condition.- Exact Boundary Controllability of a Beam and Mass System.- A Multigrid Method for Total Variation-Based Image Denoising.- Parameter Estimation in Surface Catalysis with Reaction Diffusion Fronts.- Signal Processing and the Jacobi Group.
Proceedings of a conference of leading experts in control theory, numerical mathematics and various application areas. The conference's interdisciplinary dialogue not only creates new mathematical tools, it often produces new research problems in the individual disciplines, aiming to develop rigorous numerical methods and computational tools for control design and analysis.