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|Analysis and Modelling of Discrete Dynamical Systems|
|1. Part I: Modelling Mappings: An Aim and a Tool for the Study of Dynamical Systems 2. Spectra of Stretching Numbers and Helicity Angles 3. Diffusion and Transient Spectra in a 4-Dimensional Symplectic Mapping 4. Distribution of Periodic Orbits in 2-D Dynamical Systems 5. Symplectic Integrators 6. The Use of Mappings for Stability Problems in Beam Dynamics 7. Part II: Rigorous and Numerical Determination of Rotational Invariant Curves for the Standard Map 8. Interpolation of Discrete Hamiltonian Systems 9. Standard and Anomalous Diffusion in Dynamical Systems 10. Part III: Symplectic Maps and Their Use in Celestial Mechanics 11. Perturbation Theory for Volume Preserving Maps: Application to the Magnetic Field Lines in Plasma Physics|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 9056996258||PGS: N/A||List: 125.95 YOUR PRICE: 119.65|
|Controlling Chaos and Bifurcations in Engineering Systems|
|Reconstructing Input-Output Dynamics from Time Series Black and Grey-Box Modeling of Nonlinear Systems: Identification and Analysis from Time Series Design and Implementation of Chaos Control Systems Chaos in Mechanical Systems and Its Control Utilizing Chaos in Control System Design Control and Synchronization of Spatiotemporal Chaos Chaotic Vibration of the Wave Equation by Nonlinear Feedback Boundary Control Sensitivity to Initial Conditions of Chaos in Electronics Frequency Domain Methods for Chaos Control Controlling Limit Cycles and Bifurcations Theory and Experiments on Nonlinear Time-Delayed Feedback Systems with Application to Chaos Control Time Delayed Feedback Control of Chaos Impulsive Control and Synchronization of Chaos Control and Anticontrol of Bifurcations with Application to Active Control of Rayleigh-Bénard Convection Delay Feedback Control of Cardiac Activity Models Bifurcation Stabilization with Applications in Jet Engine Control Bifurcations of Control Systems in Normal Form Controlling Bifurcations in Nonsmooth Dynamical Systems Adaptive Observer-Based Synchronization Discrete-Time Observers and Synchronization Separating a Chaotic Signal from Noise and Applications Digital Communications Using Chaos Synchronization in Arrays of Coupled Chaotic Circuits and Systems: Theory and Applications Chaos in Phase Systems: Generation and Synchronization Chaos and Bifurcations in Feedback Control Systems Chaos and Bifurcations in Coupled Networks and Their Control Return Map Modulation in Nonautonomous Relaxation Oscillator Controlling Chaos in Discrete-Time Computational Ecosystems|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849305799||PGS: 672||List: 209.95 YOUR PRICE: 199.45|
|Fuzzy Rule-Based Modeling with Applications to Geophysical, Biological, and Engineering Systems|
|Introduction Basic Elements and Definitions Fuzzy Sets: Definitions and Properties Fuzzy Numbers Assessment of the Membership Functions Fuzzy Sets, Possibilities and Probabilities Fuzzy Rules The Structure of a Fuzzy Rule Combination of Fuzzy Rule Responses Defuzzification Case of Fuzzy Premises Rules with Multiple Responses Rule Systems Completeness and Redundancy Variables to Be Used for Rule Systems Rules and Continuous Functions Membership Functions in Rule Systems Sensitivity of the Response Functions Rule Construction Explicit Rule Specification Deriving Rule Systems from Datasets Known Rule Structure Partially Explicit Rule Structures Unknown Rule Structure Deriving Rule Systems from Fuzzy Data Rule Verification Removing Unnecessary Rules Fuzzy Rule-Based Modeling versus Fuzzy Control Principles of Fuzzy Control Examples of Fuzzy Control Fuzzy Control and Fuzzy Rule-Based Modeling Rule Systems with Discrete Responses Combination of Discrete Consequence Type Rules Rule Assessment Application to Weather Classification Application to Time Series Rule Assessment Example: Water Demand Forecasting Example: Daily Mean Temperature Application to Dynamical Physical Systems Application to Soil Water Movement Other Applications Application to Medical Diagnosis Sustainable Reservoir Operation References A Proofs of Selected Propositions|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849378338||PGS: 256||List: 462.00 YOUR PRICE: 438.90|
|Modeling, Identification and Simulation of Dynamical Systems Using QFD to Implement Change|
|Introduction Modeling Introduction Model Building Approaches Mathematical Models Index of a DAE Examples Bond Graphs Comparison Circuits, Bond Graphs, and Block Diagrams Examples Summary References Problems Black-Box Model Representations Introduction Discrete-Time Systems Impulse Response and Transfer Function Disturbances Time-Domain Representations Frequency-Domain Representations Examples: Calculation of Stochastic Quantities Summary References Problems Nonparametric Identification Time-Domain Identification by Correlation Analysis Frequency Response Analysis Frequency Response Analysis by the Correlation Method Fourier Analysis: The Empirical Transfer Function Estimate Persistence of Excitation Summary References Problems Parametric Identification Prediction Error Methods Prediction Models Least Squares Method Analysis of the Linear LS Estimate Convergence and Consistency Approximate Identification Summary References Problems Identification in Practice Experiment Design Model Structure Selection Model Validation Summary References Problems Simulation Introduction Simulation Tools Numerical Solution of Differential Equations Conversion from Parallel to Series Solving Stiff ODEs and DAEs Applications Summary References Problems Optimization Introduction Convergence Determination of Step Size si Determination of Search Direction di Least Squares Problem Optimization with Constraints Summary References Problems Literature Index|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849391814||PGS: 208||List: 199.95 YOUR PRICE: 189.95|
|PLANNING SUPPORT SYSTEMS|
|Contents:Planning Support Systems: A New Perspective on Computer Aided Planning; Locational Models, Geographic Information, and Planning Support systems; Sketch Planning: Systematic Methods in Planning and Its Support; Structure of a Planning Support System for Urban Development; Metropilus Planning Support System: Urban Models and GIS; Integrated Land Use and Transport Modeling: The Tranus Experience; CUF, CUF II, and CURBA: A Family of Spatially Explicit Urban Growth and Land Use Policy Simulation Models; Between Politics and Planning: UrbanSim as a Decision-Support System for Metropolitan Planning; Index; Planing Support Index; Community Viz An Integrated Planning Support Systems; Computer Aided Visualization: Possibilities for Urban Design Planning, and Management; Spatial Multimedia for Planning Support; An Integrated Environment for urban Simulation; Visualizing the City: Communicating Urban Design to Planners and Decision Makers|
|ESRI||S||ISBN: 1589480112||PGS: 443||List: 39.95 YOUR PRICE: 37.95|
|System Engineering Planning and Enterprise Identity|
|PART I Introduction What Is the Purpose Where Are We Going Why Plan? When Plan? One Man's Axioms of System Engineering The Importance of Enterprise Identity It Works for People What Constitutes an Identity for an Enterprise? Customer Standards, Tailoring, and Enterprise Identity Sources of Inspiration Help! AFSCM 375 Series SAMSO and BMO Standards U.S. Army Field Manual MIL-STD-499 NASA System Engineering Manual Commercial and Societal Standards International Organization for Standardization DSMC Systems Engineering Mangement Guide Books In Print and Otherwise Selection Organizational Structures Updating Matrix Management A Model Program Organization Structure Physical Collocation Options Resistance to PDT Model Matrix For This Book Enterprise Integration Team (EIT) Integrated Program Planning The Ultimate Requirement and Program Beginnings Program Plan Tree Know Thyself Through Generic Program Planning Data Integrated Management System Overview Generating the Six Primary Documents Work Responsibility Who Plans the Program? A Generic SEM/SEMP For You Rapid Identity Documentation Continuous Process Improvement and Process Audit Provisions Is a Static Identity Adequate? Procedures Media Continuous Improvement Process Process Audit SEM/SEMP Implementation First Things First Process Definition and Improvement SEM/SEMP Development Organizational Structure Changes Re-Education of Your Work Force The Database Approach Good Luck PART II - SEM/SEMP Introduction Document Purpose Functional Management Responsibility Continuous Process Improvement Application On Programs Technical Objectives Technical Plan Summary Applicable Documents Government Documents Non-Government Documents Development Environment Program Development Environments Phasing Correlation Product Composition Sequence Model Alternatives Encouraged Environments Program Information Environment Management Style and the Working Environment Technical Program Planning and Control Precedence of Controlling Documentation Company Organizational Structure Generic Company Process Documentation Input-Process-Output Program Planning Transform Program Planning Documentation Program Work Definition and Authorization Performance Tracking and Reporting Development Controls Risk Management Configuration Management Data Management Parts, Materials, and Process Standardization Supplier Technical Controls Associate Contractor Relationships Customer Furnished Property Systems Engineering Process Process Overview System Definition Functional Decomposition Requirements Analysis Design and Integration Test and Evaluation Development System Analysis Development Requirements Verification System Test and Evaluation Quality Assurance Support Production Support Computer Software Coding Customer Readiness For Product Delivery Post-Delivery Support System Modifications Design For Disposal Material Control Production Process Definition and Control Inspection and Acceptance Testing Process Control Logistics and Operational Support Specialty Engineering Integration Specialty Engineering Basis System and Specialty Engineering Discipline Summaries Generic Specialty Engineering Process Description Specialty Engineering Tools PIT Integration Work Concurrent Development Team Activity Concurrent Development Aids Notes Acronyms Special Terms Appendix A, Traceability to External Standards Appendix B, Program System Engineering Assessment Criteria Appendix C, Company Process Diagram Appendix D, Task Descriptions Main Body Index SEM/SEMP Index|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 084937832X||PGS: 400||List: 219.95 YOUR PRICE: 208.95|
|System Integration presents the systems approach to complex problem solving and provides a powerful base for both product and process integration. This unique reference describes 27 kinds of integration work, primarily obtained through human communications. Simple computer applications-already in place in most companies-have the resources to encourage the availability and sharing of current team knowledge, which results in an intense, cooperative experience leading rapidly to sound design solutions.|
|CRC - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN: 0849378311||PGS: 272||List: 229.95 YOUR PRICE: 218.45|
|Systems Engineering Using SDL-92|
|CCITT (now ITU-T) Specification and Description Language (SDL) and systems engineering (formal and informal) in SDL are considered in this publication. The latest version of the language, SDL-92 [ITU Z.100 SDL-92] is introduced. The book has been written for existing and potential users of SDL - technologists involved in the specification and engineering of systems. It offers easier learning, through examples and application, than the Z.100 Recommendation of March 1993, which gives precise technical definitions and concepts. The book has sufficient coverage of the language so that for normal use it should not be necessary to consult Z.100. For this reason, the grammars, both textual and graphical, are included, and the index makes it possible to find text on most of the language mechanisms. Chapter 1 provides an overview of specification and design of telecommunication systems. It considers the usage and scope of SDL. Chapter 2 gives an overview of the language, with an introduction of the major language elements. Chapter 3 focuses on the specification of behaviour and the information interchange between processes. Chapter 4 covers the structuring of systems in terms of instances, how these may be defined by types and how types may be organised in type/subtype hierarchies by inheritance. Parameterised types and packages of type definitions are also covered. Chapter 5 presents the part of the language that provides data types, with emphasis placed on how to use predefined data types. Chapter 6 presents the use of SDL for system engineering, with a discussion of general systems engineering principles followed by an introduction to methodologies which use SDL. The use of other languages in combination with SDL, documentation issues, naming and other lexical rules, errors and language support are considered, since they are more relevant to the use of language in engineering than when initially learning the language.|
|NORTH-HOLLAND||H||ISBN: 0444898727||PGS: 480||List: 149.00 YOUR PRICE: 141.55|
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