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Novel approach of robust H∞ tracking control for uncertain fuzzy descriptor systems using fixed Lyapunov function

This paper proposes a novel uncertain fuzzy descriptor system which is an extension from standard T-S fuzzy system. A fixed Lyapunov function-based approach is considered and controller design for this rich class of fuzzy descriptor systems is formulated as a problem of solving a set of LMIs. The design conditions for the descriptor fuzzy system are more complicated than the standard state-space-based systems. However, the descriptor fuzzy system-based approach has the advantage of possessing fewer number of matrix inequality conditions for certain special cases. Hence, it is suitable for complex systems represented in descriptor form which is often observed in highly nonlinear mechanical systems.


Numerical solution of the problems for plates on some complex partial internal supports

The method is developed for plates on internal supports of more complex configurations. Namely, we examine the cases of symmetric rectangular and H-shape supports, where the computational domain after reducing to the first quadrant of the plate is divided into three subdomains. Also, we consider the case of asymmetric rectangular support where the computational domain needs to be divided into 9 subdomains. The problems under consideration are reduced to sequences of weak mixed boundary value problems for the Poisson equation, which are solved by difference method. The performed numerical experiments show the effectiveness of the iterative method.


Pythagorean picture fuzzy sets, part 1- Basic notions

Picture fuzzy set (2013) is a generalization of the Zadeh’ fuzzy set (1965) and the Antanassov’ intuitionistic fuzzy set. The new concept could be useful for many computational intelligent problems. Basic operators of the picture fuzzy logic were studied by Cuong, Ngan [10, 11]. New concept –Pythagorean picture fuzzy set (PPFS) is a combination of Picture fuzzy set with the Yager’s Pythagorean fuzzy set [12, 13, 14]. First, in the Part 1 of this paper, we consider basic notions on PPFS as set operators of PPFS’s, Pythagorean picture relation, Pythagorean picture fuzzy soft set. Next, the Part 2 of the paper is devoted to main operators in fuzzy logic on PPFS: picture negation operator, picture t-norm, picture t-conorm, picture implication operators on PPFS. As a result we will have a new branch of the picture fuzzy set theory.


A hedge algebras based classification reasoning method with multi-granularity fuzzy partitioning

During last years, lots of the fuzzy rule based classifier (FRBC) design methods have been proposed to improve the classification accuracy and the interpretability of the proposed classification models. In view of that trend, genetic design methods of linguistic terms along with their (triangular and trapezoidal) fuzzy sets based semantics for FRBCs, using hedge algebras as the mathematical formalism, have been proposed.


A self-balanced clustering tree for semantic-based image retrieval

The image retrieval and semantic extraction play an important role in the multimedia systems such as geographic information system, hospital information system, digital library system, etc. Therefore, the research and development of semantic-based image retrieval (SBIR) systems have become extremely important and urgent. Major recent publications are included covering different aspects of the research in this area, including building data models, low-level image feature extraction, and deriving high-level semantic features.


Aggregation of symbolic possibilistic knowledge bases from the postulate point of view

The purpose of this paper is to investigate aggregation processes of SPK bases from the postulate point of view in propositional language. These processes are implemented via impossibility distributions defined from SPK bases. Characteristics of merging operators, including hierarchical merging operators, of symbolic impossibility distributions (SIDs for short) from the postulate point of view will be shown in the paper.


Thiết kế hệ thống giám sát thông minh xe ô tô trong bãi đậu xe

Nội dung bài báo trình bày kết quả việc nghiên cứu, thiết kế, chế tạo và lập trình hệ thống giám sát thông minh xe ô tô, chụp ảnh người trộm gương, trộm logo, tài sản trong xe và gửi vào điện thoại của chủ phương tiện đã cài đặt trước, phát tín hiệu báo trộm.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 20 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 20 - The Java collections framework. In this chapter we discuss the Java collections from the perspective of a user (that is a software developer). Then we put them to work in a fairly large project: a toy stock exchange.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 22 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 22 - Stacks and queues. After you have mastered the material in this chapter, you will be able to: Discuss different implementations of stacks and queues, learn about applications of stacks and queues.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 23 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 23 - Recursion revisited. After you have mastered the material in this chapter, you will be able to: Take a fresh look at recursion, learn when to use recursion and when to stay away from it, learn to prove the correctness of recursive methods, get ready for the Game of Hex lab.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 3 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 3 - Objects and classes. This chapter gives an introduction to the main Java and OOP concepts but does not require their full understanding. In terms of grasping the big picture, each student proceeds at his or her own pace. The same concepts are covered later in more depth. Here students get a general idea of how things are put together, get a feel for OOP, and work on exercises that require rearranging small pieces of code.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 5 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 5 - Java syntax and style. This is an important chapter because it explains and contrasts two related aspects of writing code in a high-level programming language: language syntax rules and good programming style.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 8 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 8 - Iterative statements: while, for, do–while. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Understand the semantics and learn the Java syntax for while, for, and do-while loops; learn how to use nested loops.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 2 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 2 - An introduction to software engineering. This chapter gives a glimpse of how software development evolved from artisanship into a professional engineering discipline. At the same time, students will get familiar with Java development tools and run their first programs.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 14 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 14 - Searching and sorting. This chapter is a survey of the basic searching and sorting algorithms including the four standard sorting algorithms. This chapter’s objectives are to: Learn about the three ways to compare objects in Java, learn the following algorithms.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 15 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 15 - Streams and files. This chapter’s objectives are to: Learn the basic facts about Java’s IO package, understand the difference between text and binary files, understand the concept of an input or output stream, learn about handling exceptions.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 17 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 17 - GUI components and events. This chapter is only a brief overview of Java’s Swing package and event handling classes. After studying this chapter, the reader should be able to get enough background to research on his or her own the remaining classes and methods from Java’s API docs.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 26 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 26 - Heaps and priority queues. This chapter completes our tour of data structures. After you have mastered the material in this chapter, you will be able to: Learn about heaps, review the java.util.PriorityQueue class, learn about heapsort.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 27 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 27 - Design patterns. After you have mastered the material in this chapter, you will be able to explore the concept of design pattern; get familiar with six introductory design patterns: Façade, strategy, singleton, decorator, composite, MVC (Model-View-Controller).


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 6 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 6 - Data types, variables, and arithmetic. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Discuss primitive data types; learn how to declare fields and local variables; learn about arithmetic operators, compound assignment operators, and increment/decrement operators; discuss common mistakes in arithmetic.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 1 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 1 - An introduction to hardware, software, and the internet. This chapter’s objectives are to: Get an overview of the main hardware components and terms: CPU, memory, peripheral devices; learn about software: operating system and application software; get an idea of how information is stored in computer memory; learn basic facts about the Internet.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 4 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 4 - Algorithms. This chapter’s objectives are to: Understand general properties of algorithms, get familiar with pseudocode and flowcharts, learn about iterations and recursion, learn about working with lists, learn basic facts about OOP.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 7 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 7 - Boolean expressions and if-else statements. This chapter also includes relational and logical operators, De Morgan’s Laws, the switch statement and enum data types. Another objective is to discuss team development and illustrate software reusability in the context of a simple but realistic case study, the Craps project.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 10 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 10 - Strings. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Learn about literal strings, learn about string constructors and commonly used methods, understand immutability of strings, learn to format numbers into strings and extract numbers from strings, learn several useful methods of the Character class, learn about the StringBuffer class.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 11 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 11 - Class hierarchies and interfaces. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Understand class hierarchies and polymorphism, learn about abstract classes, learn the syntax for calling superclass’s constructors and methods, understand interfaces.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 16 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 16 - Graphics. This chapter introduces basic general computer graphics concepts as well as a few specifics for Java. This chapter’s objectives are to: Understand computer graphics basics; learn about paint, paintcomponent, and repaint methods; learn about coordinates and colors; review shape drawing methods; learn to use fonts and draw graphics text.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 24 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 24 - Binary trees. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Learn about binary trees; learn how to represent and handle a binary tree using the TreeNode class; learn about binary search trees; review sets and maps, and the java.util classes that implement them.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 21 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 21 - Lists and iterators. In this and the following chapter we start looking at the implementation details of data structures. This chapter’s objectives are to: Learn to work with ListNode objects and do-it-yourself linked lists; understand singly-linked list, linked list with a tail, circular list, and doubly-linked list; learn to implement iterators.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 12 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 12 - Arrays. This chapter’s objectives are to: Learn about arrays and when to use them, learn the syntax for declaring and initializing arrays and how to access array’s size and elements, learn about the java.util.ArrayList class, discuss “for each” loops, learn simple array algorithms, understand two-dimensional arrays.


Lecture Java methods: Object-oriented programming and data structures (2nd AP edition): Chapter 13 - Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin

Chapter 13 - java.util.ArrayList. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Learn about java.util.List interface; learn about the java.util.ArrayList class, its constructors and methods; review some of the ArrayList pitfalls; practice with Part 4 of GridWorld ― “Critters”.


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