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[20120416] General Neural Networks Dynamics are a Superposition of Gradientlike and Hamiltonianlike Systems
This report presents a formalism that enables the dynamics of a broad class of neural networks to be understood. A number of previous works have analyzed the Lyapunov stability of neural network models. This type of ... 
[20120413] Gradient and Hamiltonian dynamics applied to learning in neural networks
The process of machine learning can be considered in two stages model selection and parameter estimation. In this paper a technique is presented for constructing dynamical systems with desired qualitative properties. The ... 
[20120419] Gradientlike dynamics in neural networks
This report presents a formalism that enables the dynamics of a broad class of neural networks to be understood. A number of previous works have analyzed the Lyapunov stability of neural network models. This type of ... 
[20120407] Guaranteedcost control of polynomial nonlinear systems
This paper deals with the control of polynomial nonlinear systems which are affine in the control. We use Bernstein polynomials and polytopic linear differential inclusion (PLDI) to design gainscheduled controllers using ... 
[20120407] Guaranteedcost control of the nonlinear benchmark problem using modelbased fuzzy systems
We design a statefeedback controller for the nonlinear benchmark problem. Our approach relies on the use of TakagiSugeno fuzzy models to approximate the nonlinear system. Once the fuzzy model is obtained, we develop a ... 
[20120324] HSIP InterDomain SIP Mobility: Design
Supporting mobility in IP networks is a crucial step towards satisfying the nomadic communication paradigms on the current Internet. The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) presents one approach towards supporting IP mobility ... 
[20120126] H∞ filtering of networked systems with timevarying sampling rates
In this paper, the problem of robust filter design for networked systems with timevarying sampling rate is investigated. The design conditions are obtained by using the Lyapunov theory and the Finsler's Lemma. A robust ... 
[20120320] H∞ filtering of timevarying systems with bounded rates of variation
In this paper, the problem of robust filter design for timevarying discretetime polytopic systems with bounded rates of variation is investigated. The design conditions are obtained by using a parameterdependent Lyapunov ... 
[20120323] H∞ Gain Scheduling for DiscreteTime Systems with Control Delays and TimeVarying Parameters: a BMI Approach
In this paper, the problem of gain scheduling for timevarying systems with time delays is investigated. By using a memory at the feedback loop, a discrete gain scheduled controller which minimizes an upper bound to the ... 
[20120323] H∞ robust memory controllers for networked control systems: uncertain sampling rates and time delays in polytopic domains
In this paper, the problem of controller design for networked control systems with timevarying sampling rates and time delays is investigated. By using a memory at the feedback loop, a digital robust controller that ... 
[20120413] Identification and control methods for high power electron beamdriven microwave tubes
The goal of this paper is to introduce some identification and control systems concepts to the field of high power microwave (HPM) tubes. These concepts are well known to the control systems community, but have not yet ... 
[20120320] IdentifierBased Discovery in LargeScale Networks
The design of any network mechanism that requires collaboration among selfish agents could only benefit from accounting for the complex social and economic interactions and incentives of the agents using the design. This ... 
[20120126] Identifierbased discovery mechanism design in largescale networks
This paper introduces identifierbased discovery mechanisms in largescale networks and presents a taxonomy of discovery schemes and proposals based on their business model. The paper poses several questions that are ... 
[20120323] Impact of Fading Wireless Channel on The Performance of Game Theoretic Power Control Algorithms for CDMAWireless Data
Our goal in this paper is to study the performance of the gametheoretic power control algorithms for wireless data introduced by Saraydar et al [1] in two realistic channels: (a1) fast flat fading channel and (a2) Slow ... 
[20120412] Implementation of a frequencyagile, high power backward wave oscillator
Work at the University of New Mexico (UNM) has demonstrated how finite length effects in a high power vacuum backward wave oscillator (BWO) can be exploited to achieve frequency agility for constant beam and magnetic field ... 
[20120329] Implementation of the load balancing algorithm over a local area network and the internet
In this paper, experimental evaluation of the load balancing algorithm in real environments is presented. We emphasize the effects of delays on the exchange of information among nodes, and the constraints these effects ... 
[20120406] Improved sample complexity estimates for statistical learning control of uncertain systems
Probabilistic methods and statistical learning theory have been shown to provide approximate solutions to “difficult” control problems. Unfortunately, the number of samples required in order to guarantee stringent performance ... 
[20120126] Incentivizing Cooperation in Sensor and Control Networks
In this paper, we use game theory to model a general participation game for a distributed and dynamic network. Such networks may include sensing and control agents. The main problem we are interested in is how to achieve ... 
[20120329] The information age: challenges and opportunities for control and engineering
The proliferation of computational resources and data networks has enabled the conception and solution of information management problems of an unprecedented scale. These technologies expose vulnerabilities that may be ...