Direct and blind deconvolution for multidimensional signals

Üney, Murat


Direct Adaptive Limit and Control Margin Estimation with Concurrent Learning
Gursoy, Gonenc; Yavrucuk, İlkay (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), 2016-6)
In this paper, two vital signals to enable flight envelope protection, namely the onset to the flight envelope (limit margin) and the available control travel to reach the limit boundary (control margin), are estimated using improved noniterative adaptive neural-network-based approximate models. The adaptive elements use current and past information (concurrent learning) and have guaranteed signal bounds. Minimum singular value maximization is used to record data for concurrent learning. Results showed bett...
Direct photopatterning of light-activated gold nanoparticles
Subramani, Chandramouleeswaran; Yu, Xi; Agasti, Sarit. S.; Duncan, Bradley; Eymur, Serkan; Tonga, Murat; Rotello, Vincent M. (Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), 2011-01-01)
Photoactivatable gold NPs were patterned via photolithography. In this approach, charge reversal of the ligands on NPs upon UV irradiation induces crosslinking to generate stable NP patterns.
Direct design of lumped and distributed filters using transformed variable technique
Şen, Yakup; Yıldırım, Nevzat; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (1989)
Direct numerical simulation of pipe flow using a solenoidal spectral method
Tuğluk, Ozan; Tarman, Işık Hakan; Department of Engineering Sciences (2012)
In this study, which is numerical in nature, direct numerical simulation (DNS) of the pipe ow is performed. For the DNS a solenoidal spectral method is employed, this involves the expansion of the velocity using divergence free functions which also satisfy the prescribed boundary conditions, and a subsequent projection of the N-S equations onto the corresponding dual space. The solenoidal functions are formulated in Legendre polynomial space, which results in more favorable forms for the inner product inte...
Direct numerical simulation of pipe flow using a solenoidal spectral method
Tugluk, Ozan; Tarman, Işık Hakan (2012-05-01)
In this study, a numerical method based on solenoidal basis functions, for the simulation of incompressible flow through a circular-cylindrical pipe, is presented. The solenoidal bases utilized in the study are formulated using the Legendre polynomials. Legendre polynomials are favorable, both for the form of the basis functions and for the inner product integrals arising from the Galerkin-type projection used. The projection is performed onto the dual solenoidal bases, eliminating the pressure variable, si...
Citation Formats
M. Üney, “Direct and blind deconvolution for multidimensional signals,” Middle East Technical University, 2001.