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  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Stability Conditions for Optimal Filtering Over Cognitive Radio System

    Cognitive radio system is a very popular area in the communication community as it saves money and bandwidth by sensing the available licensed spectrum for unlicensed users. This advantage provides a promising future for the application of cognitive radio in control systems. In this paper, the authors propose to communicate...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    On the Efficiency of Equilibria in Mean-Field Oscillator Games

    A key question in the design of engineered competitive systems has been that of the efficiency of the associated equilibria. Yet, there is little known in this regard in the context of stochastic dynamic games in a large population regime. In this paper, the authors revisit a class of non-cooperative...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Computing Detection Delays in Industrial Alarm Systems

    False and nuisance alarms are major problems in the process industry. Techniques like deadbands, delay-timers, and filtering can significantly reduce these false and nuisance alarms. The down-side, however, is that using these techniques introduces some delay in raising the alarm (detection delay). In this paper, detection delays caused by deadband...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Stability and Robustness of Systems With Synchronization Errors

    This paper addresses the problem of synchronization errors in distributed dynamical systems. In particular, it focuses on the question of stability for the case where all subsystems have the same sampling frequency, but different switching times. In contrast to previous work, the approach taken here models the set of system...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Control of Multiple Networked Passive Plants With Delays and Data Dropouts

    The primary goal of this paper is to develop reliable wireless control networks,. These networks typically consist of distributed-wireless sensors, actuators and controllers which communicate with low cost devices such as the MICA2 and MICAz motes. One apparent limitation with the use of wave variables in passive control theory is...

    Provided By AACC

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Stability Conditions for Optimal Filtering Over Cognitive Radio System

    Cognitive radio system is a very popular area in the communication community as it saves money and bandwidth by sensing the available licensed spectrum for unlicensed users. This advantage provides a promising future for the application of cognitive radio in control systems. In this paper, the authors propose to communicate...

    Provided By AACC

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    On the Efficiency of Equilibria in Mean-Field Oscillator Games

    A key question in the design of engineered competitive systems has been that of the efficiency of the associated equilibria. Yet, there is little known in this regard in the context of stochastic dynamic games in a large population regime. In this paper, the authors revisit a class of non-cooperative...

    Provided By AACC

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Computing Detection Delays in Industrial Alarm Systems

    False and nuisance alarms are major problems in the process industry. Techniques like deadbands, delay-timers, and filtering can significantly reduce these false and nuisance alarms. The down-side, however, is that using these techniques introduces some delay in raising the alarm (detection delay). In this paper, detection delays caused by deadband...

    Provided By AACC

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Stability and Robustness of Systems With Synchronization Errors

    This paper addresses the problem of synchronization errors in distributed dynamical systems. In particular, it focuses on the question of stability for the case where all subsystems have the same sampling frequency, but different switching times. In contrast to previous work, the approach taken here models the set of system...

    Provided By AACC

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Control of Multiple Networked Passive Plants With Delays and Data Dropouts

    The primary goal of this paper is to develop reliable wireless control networks,. These networks typically consist of distributed-wireless sensors, actuators and controllers which communicate with low cost devices such as the MICA2 and MICAz motes. One apparent limitation with the use of wave variables in passive control theory is...

    Provided By AACC