Wahid, HB; Ha, QP; Mohamed Ali, MS(The University of Tasmania, 2009-01)
Dynamic systems are quite often non-linear and require a complex mathematical model. For their optimal control, it has been always a requirement to tune the controller parameters to achieve the best performance. Parameter ...
Decision makers often face the need of performance guarantee with some sufficiently high probability. Such problems can be modelled using a discrete time Markov decision process (MDP) with a probability criterion for the ...
An analysis of the impact of the packetization interval for constant bit rate traffic has been done in the context of IEEE 802.16 MAC layer. Bandwidth used for overheads which include lower layer headers as well as ...
This paper proposes an optimal path-following control approach for a smart powered wheelchair. Lyapunovâs second method is employed to find a stable position tracking control rule. To guarantee robust performance of this ...
Marie, N; Luckett, T; Davidson, PM; Lovell, M; Lal, S(2013-12)
Purpose: Previous systematic reviews have found patient education to be moderately efficacious in decreasing the intensity of cancer pain, but variation in results warrants analysis aimed at identifying which strategies ...
Oppurtunistic Information Fusion (OIF) is introduced to enable the same sensors to provide data for multiple applications. Sensor location plays a crucial rule to get the maximum amount of useful information. This paper ...
There is a great potential for significant improvement to be made in energy efficiency and
all-electric drive performance of the different types of existing powertrain architectures,
such as: 1) traditional internal ...
We consider the properties of weighted linear combinations of prediction models, or linear pools, evaluated using the log predictive scoring rule. Although exactly one model has limiting posterior probability, an optimal ...
This article explores use of auctions for privatising public assets. In our model, a single 'insider'bidder possesses information about the asset's common value. Bidders are privately informed about their costs of exploiting ...
In this paper we consider optimal trading processes in economic systems. The analysis is based on accounting for irreversibility factor using wealth function concept.
This paper describes general methodology that allows one to extend Carnot efficiency of classical thermodynamic for zero rate processes onto thermodynamic systems with finite rate. We define the class of minimal dissipation ...
Tsirlin, A; Kazakov, V; Romanova, T(American Chemical Society, 2007-01)
In this paper, the problem of finding the optimal separation sequence for a three-component mixture in a cascade of two binary separation stages is considered. The minimal energy that is needed for a separation in a two-stage ...
A2 circle times 2 unitary operation is called a perfect entangler if it can generate a maximally entangled state from some unentangled input. We study the following question: How many runs of a given two-qubit entangling ...
Ding, J; Dutkiewicz, E; Huang, X(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2014-11-10)
In this paper, spectral efficiency (SE) is investigated for cooperative ultra-wideband (UWB) based on-body area networks (OBANs). To optimize SE for single-relay cooperation, an equivalent generic cooperative model in UWB ...
Stated preference choice experiments are routinely used in many areas from marketing to medicine. While results on the optimal choice sets to present for the forsed choice setting have been determined in a variety of ...
To meet the targets of the Kyoto Protocol, the European Union established the European Emission Trading Scheme, a mandatory market for carbon emission allowances. This regulatory framework has introduced a market for ...
The concept of cooperative retransmission in wireless networks has attracted considerable research attention. The basic idea is that when a receiver cannot decode a frame, the retransmission is handled not by its original ...