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Design of Robust Dynamic Networks
Andrzej Banaszuk

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Andrzej Banaszuk. "Design of Robust Dynamic Networks". Talk or presentation, 16, October, 2007.

Abstract
We will present an approach that could be used to radically accelerate the numerical simulation, model reduction, and quantification of uncertainty in large multi-scale nonlinear networks of interconnected dynamic components. In this approach a large network is decomposed into subcomponents using spectral graph theory. Operator theory and geometric dynamics methods are used to analyze propagation of uncertainty in subcomponents. We will also show how this approach could enable model-based analysis and design of robust aerospace and building systems by managing interconnections between components. This research is conducted by DARPA Robust Uncertainty Management team including UTRC, UCSB, Caltech, Stanford, Yale, and Georgia Tech. Current job opportunities at UTRC in related areas will also be presented.

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    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/357.html"
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    Networks</i></a>, Talk or presentation,  16,
    October, 2007.
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    Andrzej Banaszuk. "Design of Robust Dynamic
    Networks". Talk or presentation,  16, October, 2007.
  • BibTeX
    @presentation{Banaszuk07_DesignOfRobustDynamicNetworks,
        author = {Andrzej Banaszuk},
        title = {Design of Robust Dynamic Networks},
        day = {16},
        month = {October},
        year = {2007},
        abstract = {We will present an approach that could be used to
                  radically accelerate the numerical simulation,
                  model reduction, and quantification of uncertainty
                  in large multi-scale nonlinear networks of
                  interconnected dynamic components. In this
                  approach a large network is decomposed into
                  subcomponents using spectral graph theory.
                  Operator theory and geometric dynamics methods are
                  used to analyze propagation of uncertainty in
                  subcomponents. We will also show how this approach
                  could enable model-based analysis and design of
                  robust aerospace and building systems by managing
                  interconnections between components. This research
                  is conducted by DARPA Robust Uncertainty
                  Management team including UTRC, UCSB, Caltech,
                  Stanford, Yale, and Georgia Tech. Current job
                  opportunities at UTRC in related areas will also
                  be presented.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/357.html}
    }
    

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