Modeling speed accuracy trade off curves



Modeling Self-Organized Aggregation in Swarm Robotic Systems
Bayindir, Levent; Şahin, Erol (2009-04-02)
In this paper, we propose a model for the self-organized aggregation of a swarm of mobile robots. Specifically, we use a simple probabilistic finite state automata (PFSA) based aggregation behavior and analyze its performance using both a point-mass and a physics-based simulator and compare the results against the predictions of the model. The results show that the probabilistic model predictions match simulation results and PFSA-based aggregation behaviors with fixed probabilities are unable to generate sc...
Modeling uncertainity in a deductive object-oriented database
Bostan, Burçin; Yazıcı, Adnan; Department of Computer Engineering (1997)
Ogucu, M. O.; Saranlı, Afşar; Yazıcıoğlu, Yiğit (2012-07-26)
Despite the well-understood effects and benefits, half-circular compliant legs are difficult in terms of modeling and analyzing. In many studies, simplified models have been used, which have a number of assumptions and whose validity need to be verified either against the actual physical system or against a more accurate simulation model. Leaving the experimental validation issues to the future works, the aim of this study is to come up with a more accurate simulation model of the half-circular compliant le...
Modeling fx options in presence of stochastic volatility with overnight-indexed-swap-discounting
Tekten, Selin; Uğur, Ömür; Department of Financial Mathematics (2019)
This study investigates the time contingent behavior of risk factor USDTRY. Option pricing models Black-Scholes and Heston has been utilized to estimate the behavior. The adjusted Black-Sholes model is the current market practice to model USDTRY risk factor. Market practitioners do not prefer to use constant volatility in the Black-Scholes Model, which violates the model assumption. They instead interpolate the volatility surface from market data of implied volatilities and use them in Black-Scholes Model. ...
Modeling Morpheme Triplets with a Three-level Hierarchical Dirichlet Process
Kumyol, Serkan; CAN BUĞLALILAR, BURCU (2016-11-23)
Morphemes are not independent units and attached to each other based on morphotactics. However, they are assumed to be independent from each other to cope with the complexity in most of the models in the literature. We introduce a language independent model for unsupervised morphological segmentation using hierarchical Dirichlet process (HDP). We model the morpheme dependencies in terms of morpheme trigrams in each word. Trigrams, bigrams and unigrams are modeled within a three-level HDP, where the trigram ...
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