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[20060310] Data Pulse Design  Realizability Considerations

[20120324] Data Rates Conditions for Network Control System Stabilization
In this paper we present sufficient conditions on the rate of a packet network to guarantee asymptotic stability of unstable discrete LTI system with linear state feedback control. Two types of network control systems are ... 
[20120407] Delay effects on static output feedback stabilization
This paper addresses conditions for characterizing static output feedback controllers including delays for some proper (finitedimensional) transfer functions. The interest of such study is in controlling systems which can ... 
[20120419] Delayed positive feedback can stabilize oscillatory systems
This paper expands on a method proposed in [1] for stabilizing oscillatory system with positive, delayed feedback. The closedloop system obtained is shown (using the Nyquist criterion) to be stable for a range of delays. 
[20120419] Design of strictly positive real, fixedorder dynamic compensators
The authors present sufficient conditions for the design of strictly positive real (SPR), fixedorder dynamic compensators. The primary motivation for designing SPR compensators is for application to positive real (PR) ... 
[20060310] Digital Signal Computers and Processors

[20120324] Discrete Asymptotic Abstractions of Hybrid Systems
In this paper we introduce the notion of finite time mode abstraction to relate a hybrid automaton to a timed automaton that preserves the stability and reachability properties of the former. The abstraction procedure ... 
[20120329] Distributed joint rate and power control gametheoretic algorithms for wireless data
In this letter, we consider two distributed game theoretic algorithms to jointly solve the problem of optimizing the transmission rates and transmit powers for future wireless data communication systems. We then establish ... 
[20120327] Distributed Load Balancing in the Presence of Node Failure and Network Delays
In this paper, we present a new dynamic, and adaptive distributed load balancing algorithm. This algorithm is able to handle the loss of some computational nodes, the connectivity of the network, and the variations in tasks ... 
[20120406] Distributed power control in CDMA cellular systems
In wireless cellular communication, it is essential to find effective means for power control of signals received from randomly dispersed users within one cell. Effective power control will heavily impact the system capacity. ... 
[20120329] Dynamic time delay models for load balancing, Part II: A stochastic analysis of the effect of delay uncertainty
In largescale distributed computing systems, in which the computational elements are physically or virtually distant from each other, there are communicationrelated delays that can significantly alter the expected ... 
[20120413] A dynamical adaptive resonance architecture
A set of nonlinear differential equations that describe the dynamics of the ART1 model are presented, along with the motivation for their use. These equations are extensions of those developed by Carpenter and Grossberg ... 
[20120329] Dynamical discretetime load balancing in distributed systems in the presence of time delays
The implementation of a load balancing policy on a continuous basis in a delaylimited distributed computing environment may not only drain the computational resources of each computational element (CE), but can also lead ... 
[20120407] Dynamical system representation of open address hash functions
This paper demonstrates how a broad collection of hash function families can be expressed as dynamical systems. We then show that this representation can be useful for analysis. In particular, we provide an analysis which ... 
[20120131] Economic Development at a Public University  A Process Model and Associated Metrics
A university has long been considered an institution of higher learning with the immutable dual goals of research and teaching. A “public” university, however, has also had the founding principle of service, the performance ... 
[20120330] The Effect of Communication Time Delays in Parallel Computations
Parallel computer architectures utilize a set of computational elements (CE) to achieve performance that is not attainable on a single processor, or CE, computer. A common architecture is the cluster of otherwise independent ... 
[20120329] The effect of time delays in the stability of load balancing algorithms for parallel computations
Deterministic dynamic nonlinear timedelay systems are developed to model load balancing in a cluster of computer nodes used for parallel computations. The model is shown to be self consistent in that the queue lengths ... 
[20120327] The effect of time delays on the stability of load balancing algorithms for parallel computations
A deterministic dynamic nonlinear timedelay system is developed to model load balancing in a cluster of computer nodes used for parallel computations. The model is shown to be self consistent in that the queue lengths ...