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— This work studies the combination of active front steering with rear torque vectoring actuators in an integrated controller to guarantee vehicle stability/trajectory tracking. Adaptive feedback technique has been used to design the controller. The feedback linearization is applied to cancel the nonlinearities in the input–output dynamics, leading to… (More)
Non-linear Fourier analysis on compact groups is used to construct an orthonormal basis of the physical (gauge invariant) Hilbert space of Hamiltonian lattice gauge theories. In particular, the matrix elements of the Hamiltonian operator involved are explicitly computed. Finally, some applications and possible developments of the formalism are discussed.
We present some evidence that in lattice gauge theory the condensate contains a non-perturbative contribution proportional to 2 , the square of the physical scale. This result is based on an analysis of the Wilson loop plaquette expectation from Monte Carlo simulations and its perturbative expansion computed to eight loops. The analysis is not fully… (More)
The paper presents a novel concept of switching traction control (or ABS) strategy which does not rely on wheel slip information. The core of the strategy includes a driven wheel speed control loop and a reference vehicle model in the wheel speed target path. The reference model is fed by a bidirectional sawtooth-like tire force input signal, in order to… (More)
The SU(2) gluon propagator in Landau gauge is studied on the lattice. Our gauge fixing procedure employs simulated annealing and Z(2)-flips. It finds higher maxima of the gauge functional compared with those obtained with the standard overrelaxation and leads to systematic deviations of the gluon propagator in the infrared region. In particular, finite-size… (More)
First attempts in the application of Numerical Stochastic Perturbation Theory (NSPT) to the problem of pushing one loop further the computation of SU(3) (SU(2)) pertubative β function (in different schemes) are reviewed and the relevance of such a computation is discussed. Other issues include the proposal of a different strategy for gauge-fixed NSPT… (More)
This paper presents an adaptive Kalman filter for estimation of longitudinal tire static curve gradient, based on the driven wheel speed measurement. The static curve gradient estimator is used along with a model-based traction control (or ABS) strategy that does not require wheel slip information. More specifically, the estimator is used to establish a… (More)
We analyze the lattice SU(2) Yang-Mills theory in the Coulomb gauge. We show that the static gluon propagator is multiplicative renormalizable and takes the simple form D(|p[over -->]|)(-1)=sqrt[|p[over -->]|2+M4/|p[over -->]|2], proposed by Gribov through heuristic arguments many years ago. We find M=0.88(1) GeV approximately 2sqrt[sigma].
The main problem in the Hamiltonian formulation of Lattice Gauge Theories is the determination of an appropriate basis avoiding the over-completeness arising from Mandelstam relations. We shortcut this problem using Harmonic analysis on Lie-Groups and intertwining operators formalism to explicitly construct a basis of the Hilbert space. Our analysis is… (More)
We present some evidence that in lattice gauge theory the condensate contains a non-perturbative contribution proportional to Λ 2 , the square of the physical scale. This result is based on an analysis of the Wilson loop plaquette expectation from Monte Carlo simulations and its perturbative expansion computed to eight loops. The analysis is not fully… (More)