Browse by Subject "Engineering, System Science"

  • Rhode, Douglas Scott (1990)
    In many existing model reference adaptive control (MRAC) schemes, the plant order and relative degree are assumed known. Then a full-order control parameterization is specified which allows for an exact transfer function ...

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  • Diong, Billy Ming (1992)
    This thesis considers the problem of guaranteeing robust stability as well as performance for plants that can be modelled as linear systems which are perturbed by nonmatching disturbances and parametric uncertainties. The ...

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  • Bogia, Douglas Paul (1995)
    This thesis describes and formalizes Obligations, a model and prototype implementation that supports a continuum of task definitions from unspecified to well specified with dynamic movement of instances along this continuum. ...

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  • Tia, Too-Seng (1995)
    A real-time system typically has a mixture of periodic and aperiodic workload. Requests in each periodic task have regular arrival times and hard deadlines. Aperiodic requests, on the other hand, have random arrival times ...

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