Infinite Dimensional Optimization and Control Theory

Infinite Dimensional Optimization and Control Theory

J.-P. Raymond [ 1996 ] Optimal control problems for semilinear parabolic equations with pointwise state constraints , Modelling and Optimization of Distributed Parameter Systems : Applications to Engineering , Chapman & Hall ( 1996 ) ...

Author: Hector O. Fattorini

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521451256

Category: Mathematics

Page: 798

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Treats optimal problems for systems described by ODEs and PDEs, using an approach that unifies finite and infinite dimensional nonlinear programming.
Categories: Mathematics

Smart Structures

Smart Structures

Requirements and Potential Applications in Mechanical and Civil Engineering Jan Holnicki-Szulc, José Rodellar ... in : Modelling and Optimization of Distributed Parameter Systems : Applications to Engineering , ed . by K. Malanowski ...

Author: Jan Holnicki-Szulc

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0792356136

Category: Science

Page: 391

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Smart (intelligent) structures have been the focus of a great deal of recent research interest. In this book, leading researchers report the state of the art and discuss new ideas, results and trends in 43 contributions, covering fundamental research issues, the role of intelligent monitoring in structural identification and damage assessment, the potential of automatic control systems in achieving a desired structural behaviour, and a number of practical issues in the analysis and design of smart structures in mechanical and civil engineering applications. Audience: A multidisciplinary reference for materials scientists and engineers in such areas as mechanical, civil, aeronautical, electrical, control, and computer engineering.
Categories: Science

Hyperbolic Problems

Hyperbolic Problems

[ 3 ] S. Kosiński , Evolution law for shock strength in simple elastic structures , in : K. Malanowski , M. Peszyńska , and Z. Nahorski , Eds . , Modelling and Optimization of Distributed Parameter Systems , Application to Engineering ...

Author: Michael Fey

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3764360801

Category: Mathematics

Page: 1011

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Categories: Mathematics

Discretization Methods and Iterative Solvers Based on Domain Decomposition

Discretization Methods and Iterative Solvers Based on Domain Decomposition

Additive Schwarz methods for elliptic mortar finite element problems. In K. Malanowski, Z. Nahorski, and M. Peszynska, editors, Modelling and optimization of distributed parameter systems. Applications to engineering, pages 31–50.

Author: Barbara I. Wohlmuth

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642567674

Category: Mathematics

Page: 199

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Domain decomposition methods provide powerful and flexible tools for the numerical approximation of partial differential equations arising in the modeling of many interesting applications in science and engineering. This book deals with discretization techniques on non-matching triangulations and iterative solvers with particular emphasis on mortar finite elements, Schwarz methods and multigrid techniques. New results on non-standard situations as mortar methods based on dual basis functions and vector field discretizations are analyzed and illustrated by numerical results. The role of trace theorems, harmonic extensions, dual norms and weak interface conditions is emphasized. Although the original idea was used successfully more than a hundred years ago, these methods are relatively new for the numerical approximation. The possibilites of high performance computations and the interest in large- scale problems have led to an increased research activity.
Categories: Mathematics

Artificial Intelligence Methodology Systems and Applications

Artificial Intelligence  Methodology  Systems  and Applications

Pietil, S., Koivo, H.N.: Centralized and Decentralized Neural Network Models for Distributed Parameter Systems. In: Proc. of the Symposium ... IMACS Multi-conference on Computational Engineering in Systems Applications, pp. 1043–1048.

Author: Daniel Dochev

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540857754

Category: Computers

Page: 416

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The 13th Conference on Arti?cial Intelligence: Methodology, Systems, App- cations (AIMSA 2008) was held in Varna, Bulgaria, on September 4–6, 2008. The AIMSA conference series has provideda biennial forum for the presentation of arti?cial intelligence research and development since 1984. The conference covered the full range of topics in arti?cial intelligence and related disciplines and provided an ideal forum for international scienti?c exchange between C- tral/Eastern Europe and the rest of the world. For AIMSA 2008,wedecided to placespecial emphasisonthe worksonth- ries, experimentations, applications, and case studies that demonstrate in pr- tice the added value and the impact ofAI science,methodologiesand techniques for the market,society,and culture. We believe that this vision of “[email protected]” truly re?ects the original intention of AIMSA, a conference dedicated to ar- ?cial intelligence in its entirety but with a special emphasis on “methodology, systems, and applications”, as explicitly stated in its name. According to this vision, we have also paid special attention to works that “cross the boundaries of AI”, i. e. , works that demonstrate the in?uence of AI on di?erent ?elds of research and di?erent scienti?c communities, such as software engineering, data bases, distributed systems, information systems, information retrieval, etc. Both of these aspects were covered by the papers that were submitted and by those that were accepted for publication. A total of 109 papers were submitted to the conference, and the program committee accepted 30 full papers and 10 posters.
Categories: Computers

Systems Modelling and Optimization Proceedings of the 18th IFIP TC7 Conference

Systems Modelling and Optimization Proceedings of the 18th IFIP TC7 Conference

The papers offered in this volume were selected from among the 250 plenary, invited, and contributed works presented at the conference.

Author: Michael P. Polis

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0849306078

Category: Mathematics

Page: 528

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Top researchers in optimization and control from around the world gathered in Detroit for the 18th annual IFIP TC7 Conference on Systems Modelling and Optimization held in July 1997. The papers offered in this volume were selected from among the 250 plenary, invited, and contributed works presented at the conference. The editors chose these papers to represent the myriad and diverse range of topics within the field -in theory and applications-and to disseminate important new results. The editors have organized the book into seven sections: Distributed Parameter Systems Modelling Optimal Control and Nonsmoooth Analysis Automotive Optimization and Operations Research Applications · Reliability Each section contains important advances in theoretical development of optimization and control, new results, and discussions of applications. Treatment of numerous and wide- ranging applications-from turbulent flows, European option pricing, and storage location, to wear processes, passive fire protection, and robotics-make this resource important for academic and industrial researchers working in a variety of areas in systems engineering and applied mathematics.
Categories: Mathematics

Applied Mechanics Reviews

Applied Mechanics Reviews

Applications to practical engineering planning are promising but seem to be still in the preparation phase . ... A. P. , and Chaudhuri , S.P. , Gradient and quasilinearization computational techniques for distributed parameter systems ...

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ISBN: UCAL:C2682430

Category: Mechanics, Applied

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Categories: Mechanics, Applied

DNA Computing Based Genetic Algorithm

DNA Computing Based Genetic Algorithm

Applications in Industrial Process Modeling and Control Jili Tao, Ridong Zhang, Yong Zhu ... Decoupled ARX and RBF neural network modeling using PCA and GA optimization for nonlinear distributed parameter systems.

Author: Jili Tao

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811554032

Category: Computers

Page: 274

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This book focuses on the implementation, evaluation and application of DNA/RNA-based genetic algorithms in connection with neural network modeling, fuzzy control, the Q-learning algorithm and CNN deep learning classifier. It presents several DNA/RNA-based genetic algorithms and their modifications, which are tested using benchmarks, as well as detailed information on the implementation steps and program code. In addition to single-objective optimization, here genetic algorithms are also used to solve multi-objective optimization for neural network modeling, fuzzy control, model predictive control and PID control. In closing, new topics such as Q-learning and CNN are introduced. The book offers a valuable reference guide for researchers and designers in system modeling and control, and for senior undergraduate and graduate students at colleges and universities.
Categories: Computers