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CDC
2009
IEEE
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Time-varying path following control for port-Hamiltonian systems
This paper is devoted to path following control for port-Hamiltonian systems whose desired path is timevarying. Most of the existing results on path following can only take care of...
Mitsuru Taniguchi, Kenji Fujimoto
CDC
2009
IEEE
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The asymmetric sinistral/dextral Markov-Dubins problem
Abstract-- We consider a variation of the classical MarkovDubins problem dealing with curvature-constrained, shortest paths in the plane with prescribed initial and terminal positi...
Efstathios Bakolas, Panagiotis Tsiotras
CDC
2009
IEEE
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Bertrand games between multi-class queues
We develop a framework to study differentiated services when there are competing network providers. We adopt a multi-class queueing model, where providers post prices for various s...
Parijat Dube, Rahul Jain
CDC
2009
IEEE
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Asynchronous distributed optimization with minimal communication and connectivity preservation
Abstract-- We consider problems where multiple agents cooperate to control their individual state so as to optimize a common objective while communicating with each other to exchan...
Minyi Zhong, Christos G. Cassandras
CDC
2009
IEEE
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Beyond local optimality: An improved approach to hybrid model learning
Abstract-- Local convergence is a limitation of many optimization approaches for multimodal functions. For hybrid model learning, this can mean a compromise in accuracy. We develop...
Stephanie Gil, Brian Williams
CDC
2009
IEEE
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Stochastic optimization for Markov modulated networks with application to delay constrained wireless scheduling
Abstract-- We consider a wireless system with a small number of delay constrained users and a larger number of users without delay constraints. We develop a scheduling algorithm th...
Michael J. Neely
CDC
2009
IEEE
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Discrete-time, minimum-variance hedging of European contingent claims
Sanjay P. Bhat, Vijay-S. Chellaboina, Anil Bhatia,...
CDC
2009
IEEE
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A graph-theoretic approach to distributed control over networks
We consider a network of control systems connected over a graph. Considering the graph structure as constraints on the set of permissible controllers, we show that such systems ar...
John Swigart, Sanjay Lall
CDC
2009
IEEE
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Cell design in bacteria as a convex optimization problem
In this paper, we investigate the cell design of bacteria during the exponential growth. To this purpose, we propose to formulate the problem as a non differentiable convex optimiz...
Anne Goelzer, Vincent Fromion, Gérard Scorl...
CDC
2009
IEEE
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Adaptive control using retrospective cost optimization with RLS-based estimation for concurrent Markov-parameter updating
We present a discrete-time adaptive control law that is effective for systems that are MIMO and either minimum phase or nonminimum phase. The adaptive control algorithm provides gu...
Mario A. Santillo, Matthew S. Holzel, Jesse B. Hoa...
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