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March 1, 2013

Finite Dimensional Linear Systems

Finite Dimensional Linear Systems TOC 1 LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 1. Linear Independence and Linear Mappings 2. Uniqueness of Solutions Given the State: Linearization 3. The Transition Matrix 4. Three Properties of FLUX 5. Matrix Exponentials 6. Inhomogeneous Linear Equations 7. Adjoint Equations 8. Periodic Homogeneous Equations: Reducibility 9. Periodic Inhomogeneous Equations 10. Some Basic Results of Asymptotic Behavior II. Linear Matrix Equations 2 LINEAR SYSTEMS 12. Structure of Linear Mappings 13. Controllability 14. Observability 15. Weighting Patterns and Minimal Realizations 16. Stationary Weighting Patterns: Frequency Response 17. Realization Theory for Time-Invariant Systems 18. McMillan 3 LEAST SQUARES THEORY 20. Minimization in Inner Product Spaces 2l. Free End-Point Problems 22. Fixed End-Point Problems 23. Time-Invariant Problems 24. Canonical Equations, Conjugate Points, and Focal Points 25. Frequency Response Inequalities 26. Scalar...

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February 28, 2013

Applying Generalized Linear Models

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Applying Generalized Linear Models TOC 1 Generalized Linear Modelling 11 Statistical Modelling 12 Exponential Dispersion Models 13 Linear Structure 14 Three Components of a GLM 15 Possible Models 2 Discrete Data 2.1 Lug Linear Models 2.2 Models of Change 2.3 Overdispersion 3 Fitting and Comparing Probability Distributions 3.1 Fitting Distribution 3.1 Setting Up the Model 3.3 Special Cases 4 Growth Curves 4.1 Exponential Growth Curve 4.2 Logistic Growth Curve 4.3 Gomperz Growth Curve 4.4 More Complex Model 5 Time Series 5.1 Poisson Processes 5.1.4 Birth Processes 5.1 Marlow Processes 5.3 Repeated Measurements 6 Survival Data 6.1 General Concept 6.1 Nunparametric" Estimation 6.3 Parametric Models 6.4 "Semiparametric" Models 7 Event Histories 7.1 Event Histories and Survival Distribution 7.2 Counting Processes 7.3 Huddling Event Histories 7.4 Generalizations 8 Spatial Data 8.1.4 Association 8.1 Spatial Pattern, 9 Normal Models 9.1 Linear Regression 9.2 Analysis...

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February 27, 2013

The Computer Revolution in Philosophy

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The Computer Revolution in Philosophy 1978 CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW PART ONE Methodological Preliminaries 2. WHAT ARE THE AIMS OF SCIENCE? Part one: overview Part two: interpreting the world Part three: elucidation of subgoal (a) Part four: elucidating subgoal (b) Part five: elucidating subgoal (c) Part six: concluding remarks 3 SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY 3.1. Introduction 3.2. The aims of philosophy and science overlap 3.3. Philosophical problems of the form 'how is X possible?' 3.4. Similarities and differences between science and philosophy 3.5. Transcendental deductions 3.6. How methods of philosophy can merge into those of science 3.7. Testing theories 3.8. The regress of explanations 3.9. The role of formalisation 3.10. Conceptual developments in philosophy 3.11. The limits of possibilities 3.12. Philosophy and technology 3.13. Laws...

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February 26, 2013

Introduction to Combustion in Diesel Engines

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Introduction to Combustion in Diesel Engines presentation CONTENTS Diesel Engine Working Principle • Difference between Gasoline and Diesel engine • Diffusion Combustion • Sprays • Emissions (The Diesel Dilemma) • New strategies and technolgies Download     :      Read More »

February 25, 2013

Arc Welding and Inspection

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Arc Welding and Inspection 1. Welding Processes 1.1 Classification of welding processes 1.2 Features of arc weldilg processes 2. Welding Power Sources 2.1 Types and features of arc welding power sources 2.2 Characteristics of arc 3. Welding ConSumableS 3.1 Covered electrodes 3.2 Wires for gas-shielded arc welding 3.3 Wires for self-shielded arc welding 3.4 Wires, strips, and fluxes for submerged arc welding 4. Welding Design and Fabrication 4.1 Welding joints and grooves 4.2 Strength of welded joints 4.3 Symbols for welding 4.4 Welding positions 4.5 Welding conditions 4.6 Manipulation techniques in welding 4.7 Residual stresses and distortion 4.8 Preheating 4.9 Postwekl heat treatment 4.10 Welding defects and...

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