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(1996)Reducing memory latency is critical to the performance of largescale parallel systems. Due to the temporal and spatial locality of memory reference patterns, private caches can eliminate redundant memory accesses and ...
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(1994)Though simulation models are extensively used for detailed design analysis, their potential benefits for supporting earlystage design have not yet been harvested. This thesis presents a new design methodology, called ...
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(1989)This research models the transportation investment decision making process which involves privatepublic interactions using a network design problem framework. Specifically, the objective of the research is to specify the ...
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(1996)Incorrect domain theories, and the flawed plans derived from them, are an inescapable aspect of planning in the real world. Previous learning approaches to the incorrect domain theory problem have relied on diagnosing ...
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(1988)The integral manifold concept is used in this thesis for controller design in various problems. A definition and the conditions for the existence of the integral manifold are given. Integral manifolds in linear systems are ...
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(1985)The purpose of this thesis is to examine several issues in the frequency domain theory of feedback control systems. Properties of both single loop and multiple loop systems are considered. For single loop systems the ...
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(1993)This thesis examines issues related to Valiant's Probably Approximately Correct (PAC) model for learning from examples. In this model, a student observes examples that consist of sample points drawn according to a fixed, ...
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(1991)We extend a new method of control, modelbased control, to the realm of partial differential equations. The hallmark of modelbased control is that a particular goal dynamics is achieved by using a model for the observed ...
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(1994)This thesis presents a multiagent framework for coordination and integration of information systems. By modeling typical enterprise information systems as consisting of multiple agents with different functionalities, the ...
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(1995)The increasing competitiveness in the industry necessitates the development of optimization tools for chemical process planning. The problem of selecting processes and capacity expansion policies for a chemical complex can ...
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(1994)The rate of convergence and the computational complexity of an adaptive algorithm are two essential criteria by which the performance of an adaptive filter is measured. These objectives conflict with one another; each ...
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Panda: Fast access to persistent arrays using highlevel interfaces and server directed input/output (1996)Multidimensional arrays are a fundamental data type in scientific computing and are used extensively across a broad range of applications. Often these arrays are persistent, i.e., they outlive the invocation of the program ...
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(1986)One of the important problems in the design of an automated transfer line is the allocation of buffers under the restriction of an overall buffer limit. In the first part of the research, new heuristics are developed for ...
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(1996)The increasing amount of instructionlevel parallelism (ILP) required to fully utilize high issuerate processors has forced the compiler to perform more aggressive analysis, optimization, parallelization and scheduling ...
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(1992)Observerbased controller designs are presented that are robust to failures from a preselected set of sensors or actuators for both centralized and decentralized systems. The designs guarantee stability and an $H\sb\infty$norm ...
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(1992)This thesis examines the robustness properties of various adaptive systems for control, filtering, and identification. These include the uniform boundedness or meansquare boundedness of all closedloop signals (robust ...
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(1991)This thesis presents new methods of robust control synthesis. Using the FrobeniusHankel (FH) norm as an optimization criterion, a straightforward approach is obtained for computing controllers that have constraints on the ...
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