The slew rate limiting loop as a threshold extending device(a computer simulation).

Köymen, Hayrettin


The slew rate limiting loop as a threshold extending device.
Gürel, Süleyman Sami; Department of Electrical Engineering (1973)
The coupled routing and excess storage (CREST) distributed hydrological model
Wang, Jiahu; Yang, Hong; Li, Li; Gourley, Jonathan J.; Sadiq, Khan I.; Yılmaz, Koray Kamil; Adler, Robert F.; Policelli, Frederick S.; Habib, Shahid; Irwn, Daniel; Limaye, Ashutosh S.; Korme, Tesfaye; Okello, Lawrence (2011-01-01)
The Coupled Routing and Excess STorage model (CREST, jointly developed by the University of Oklahoma and NASA SERVIR) is a distributed hydrological model developed to simulate the spatial and temporal variation of land surface, and subsurface water fluxes and storages by cell-to-cell simulation. CREST's distinguishing characteristics include: (1) distributed rainfall-runoff generation and cell-to-cell routing; (2) coupled runoff generation and routing via three feedback mechanisms; and (3) representation of...
The Strength Based Mirror Effect and Output Interference in Recognition Memory
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The MUSIC algorithm-based electromagnetic target classification for isolated targets from incomplete frequency domain data
Secmen, Mustafa; Sayan, Gönül (2007-06-15)
This paper investigates the performance of a new electromagnetic target classification method to recognize isolated targets in the presence of scattered frequency domain data which may be severely incomplete at low frequencies. The suggested method utilizes multiple signal classification (MUSIC) algorithm to construct approximate pole location maps of the targets without determining the exact pole values. In this work, this method is validated for small-scale aircraft targets modeled by thin, conducting wir...
The semismooth approach for semi-infinite programming under the Reduction Ansatz
Stein, Oliver; Tezel, Aysun (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2008-06-01)
We study convergence of a semismooth Newton method for generalized semi-infinite programming problems with convex lower level problems where, using NCP functions, the upper and lower level Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions of the optimization problem are reformulated as a semismooth system of equations. Nonsmoothness is caused by a possible violation of strict complementarity slackness. We show that the standard regularity condition for convergence of the semismooth Newton method is satisfied under natural assu...
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H. Köymen, “The slew rate limiting loop as a threshold extending device(a computer simulation).,” Middle East Technical University, 1976.