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Large-scale structure dynamics models arise in all areas where vibrational analysis is performed, ranging from control of machine tools to microsystems simulation. To reduce computational and resource demands and be able to compute solutions and controls in acceptable, that is, applicable, time...
We address the problem of model order reduction (MOR) of parametrized dynamical systems. Motivated by reduced basis (RB) methods for partial differential equations, we show that some characteristic components can be transferred to model reduction of parametrized linear dynamical systems. We...
A novel genetic algorithm (GA) approach with frequency selectivity advantage for model order reduction (MOR) of multi-input–multi-output (MIMO) systems is presented in this article. Motivated by singular perturbation and other reduction techniques, the new MOR method is formulated using GAs,...
We present a dynamical model incorporating both physiological and psychological factors that predict changes in body mass and composition during the course of a behavioural intervention for weight loss. The model consists of a three-compartment energy balance integrated with a mechanistic...
The modelling via transmission elements, which was originally introduced to model the kinematics and dynamics of multi-body systems, is applied to modelling electric drive systems with switch circuits in this article. This approach is implemented in C++ in the simulation software Drive&Control...
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