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In the paper, an optimal control problem with weighted L
1-norm in the cost function is studied. The problem is considered as a parametric problem where L
1-norm weight ratio is treated as a parameter. We analyze the dependence of solution to the mentioned optimization problem on values of the...
By analytical calculations and statistical modeling, the root-mean-square deviation of the result of discrete stroboscopic noise transformation is investigated with the up-and-down method at the relatively large range steps of the method. Analytical investigations are fulfilled at symmetric...
Application potential of a non-traditional approach to data acquisition from sources of continuous in time analog sensor signals is considered and discussed in this paper. It is shown that using nonuniform sampling at digitizing such signals and appropriate algorithms for processing them open up...
Four strategies designed to provide the advantage of the handover of calls are considered for the channel reservation in mobile cellular networks: dynamic redundancy, partial dynamic reservation, fixed reservation, and the limitation of the allowable number of new calls. The advantage of dynamic...
A mixed-integer knapsack problem solving method is suggested. With this purpose, first, the number of integer-valued variables and the domain of feasible solutions (containing the optimal solution) are decreased. Further, the received problem is solved using the “branch and bound” type method,...
This paper considers the problem of the compression of binary sequences for obtaining compact estimates—signatures. The basic propositions of generalized adaptive signature analysis are presented; the main advantage of this analysis is the operative signature modification upon changes in the...
This paper investigates the problem of robust stabilization for genetic regulatory networks with interval time-varying delays, which are subject to norm-bounded time-varying parameter uncertainties. The time delays including lower and upper bounds of delay are assumed to appear in both the mRNA...
A jump process of a semi-Markov walk is constructed. The Laplace transform for the distribution of the first instant of crossing the zero level is found with the proviso that the random walk adheres to a compound Laplace distribution.
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