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A solution of the problem of identification of the time shift of pseudorandom sequences received against a background of interference is proposed. The solution is based on a nonlinear probabilistic criterion—the criterion of minimum a posteriori integral estimation error. An algorithm of...
Features that are inherent to recognition systems that lay claim to constituting an optimal design are considered. A maximal probability of correct recognition is characteristic of such systems. The degree of optimality of systems, the quality of a constructed classifier, or the dimension of the...
The terminal problem of optimal control described by a system of Volterra difference equations is considered. Constructively verifiable necessary first- and second-order optimality conditions are obtained under the assumption that the domain of control is open.
The problem of evaluating the state of systems that are open with respect to input and output for the purpose of creating a system for evaluating states when testing complex objects is considered. Solving the problem will make it possible to eliminate ambiguity in cases of insufficiency of the...
In the present article a problem of optimal control with respect to performance to determine the optimal period of development of an oil pool is posed and a numerical method for the solution of the problem is proposed. Results of a numerical experiment are presented.
In the present article a diffraction problem on an ideally conducting parallelepiped the upper face of which is coated with a ferrite layer is solved by means of the method of integral equations. A general approach to the compilation of a system of linear integral vector equations is formulated,...
In this paper, a survey and refinement of recent results in discrete optimal control theory are presented. The step control problem depending on a parameter is investigated. Nonsmoothness of the cost function φ is assumed and new versions of the discrete maximum principle for the step control...
A new strategy for stabilization of one-dimensional dynamic objects with a priori unknown mathematical model is presented. For a given control law, the stabilization strategy consists in determination of the times when the control law changes and its reversal at these times, on the basis of a...
One possible method of increasing the reliability of electronic elements in the future is considered. The method is based on the use of three-dimensional back-up. The construction of such electronic elements can be achieved on the basis of nanotechnologies.
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