Browsing by Keywords "Convergence of numerical methods"
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Analysis of the nonconcentric radomeenclosed cylindrical reflector antenna system, epolarization case
(Taylor & Francis, 2005)Twodimensional (2D) radiation of a directive complex line source is analyzed in the presence of a perfectly conducting (PEC) reflector antenna system and nonconcentrically located dielectric radome. Similar problem was ... 
Bounds on the opportunity cost of neglecting reoptimization in mathematical programming
(INFORMS, 2000)Postoptimality or sensitivity analysis are welldeveloped subjects in almost all branches of mathematical programming. In this note, we propose a simple formula which can be used to get preliminary bounds on the value of ... 
Comparative study of acceleration techniques for integrals and series in electromagnetic problems
(IEEE, 199506)Most of the electromagnetic problems can be reduced down to either integrating oscillatory integrals or summing up complex series. However, limits of the integrals and the series usually extend to infinity. In addition, ... 
Efficient analysis of large phased arrays using iterative MoM with DFTbased acceleration algorithm
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003)A discrete Fourier transform (DFT)based iterative method of moments (IMoM) algorithm is developed to provide an O(Ntot) computational complexity and memory storages for the efficient analysis of electromagnetic ... 
Efficient use of closedform Green's functions for threedimensional problems involving multilayered media
(IEEE, 199406)With the use of casting the spatial domain Green's functions into closed forms approach, it was demonstrated that the computational efficiency of the method of moments (MoM) for the solution of the mixed potential integral ... 
Electromagnetic imaging of threedimensional dielectric objects with Newton minimization
(IEEE, 2014)We present a general framework for detecting the shape and electrical properties of unknown objects by using the Newton minimization approach for solving inversescattering problems. This procedure is performed by evolving ... 
Fast acceleration algorithm based on DFT expansion for the iterative MoM analysis of electromagnetic radiation/scattering from twodimensional large phased arrays
(IEEE, 2002)An acceleration algorithm based on Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) is developed to reduce the computational complexity and memory storages of iterative methods of moment (IMoM) solution to O(Ntot), where Ntot is the total ... 
Free float and stochastic volatility: the experience of a small open economy
(Elsevier BV, 2004)Following a dramatic collapse of a fixed exchange rate based inflation stabilization program, Turkey moved into a free floating exchange rate system in February 2001. In this paper, an asymmetric stochastic volatility model ... 
Large deviations of probability rank
(IEEE, 2000)Consider a pair of random variables (X,Y) with distribution P. The probability rank function is defined so that G(xy) = 1 for the most probable outcome x conditional on Y = y, G(xy) = 2 for the second most probable ... 
Local pinning of networks of multiagent systems with transmission and pinning delays
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2016)We study the stability of networks of multiagent systems with local pinning strategies and two types of time delays, namely the transmission delay in the network and the pinning delay of the controllers. Sufficient ... 
Milling force modelling of multidirectional carbon fiber reinforced polymer laminates
(Elsevier, 2012)Carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) usage in the aerospace industry has been steadily increasing due to its superior material properties such as high strength, low weight, high resistance to corrosion, and a low thermal ... 
Neural networks for improved target differentiation and localization with sonar
(Pergamon Press, 2001)This study investigates the processing of sonar signals using neural networks for robust differentiation of commonly encountered features in indoor robot environments. Differentiation of such features is of interest for ... 
A nonlinear control scheme for discrete time chaotic systems
(The International Federation of Automatic Control, 201206)In this paper we consider the stabilization problem of unstable periodic orbits of discrete time chaotic systems. We consider both one dimensional and higher dimensional cases. We propose a nonlinear feedback law and present ... 
A novel algorithm for DC analysis of piecewiselinear circuits: popcorn
(IEEE, 1994)A fast and convergent iteration method for piecewiselinear analysis of nonlinear resistive circuits is presented. Most of the existing algorithms are applicable only to a limited class of circuits. In general, they are ... 
On the design of dynamic associative neural memories
(IEEE, 1994)We consider the design problem for a class of discretetime and continuoustime neural networks. We obtain a characterization of all connection weights that store a given set of vectors into the network; that is, each given ... 
Plasmon and grid resonances in the electromagnetic scattering by finite grids of silver nanowires
(IEEE, 2010)The problem of the Hpolarized wave scattering by finite chains of circular nanowires is considered. A twodimensional diffraction problem with rigorous boundary conditions is solved by partial separations of variables ... 
Resolution enhancement of low resolution wavefields with POCS algorithm
(The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2003)The problem of enhancing the resolution of wavefield or beam profile measurements obtained using low resolution sensors is addressed by solving the problem of interpolating signals from partial fractional Fourier transform ... 
State feedback stabilization of switched systems with delay: trajectory based approach
(IEEE, 2017)We present a new trajectory based approach for state feedback stabilization of switched linear continuoustime systems with a timevarying input delay. In contrast with finding classical common Lyapunov function or multiple ... 
Theoretical investigation on exact blind channel and input sequence estimation
(IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, United States, 1999)Recent work on fractionally spaced blind equalizers have shown that it is possible to exactly identify the channel and its input sequence from the noisefree channel outputs. However, the obtained results are based on a ...