Gregory Kott

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The sleep-waking behavior of a male infant, normal with respect to pregnancy, delivery and Apgar score, was observed continuously from birth till the first 4 months of life. The infant was allowed to sleep and awake according to his own schedule and was fed only if his behavior could be judged as a feeding demand. Using several methods of computerized(More)
We describe here a system consisting of multiple, relatively inexpensive marking engines. The marking engines are interconnected using highly reconfigurable paper paths. The paths are composed of hypermodules (bidirectional nip assemblies and sheet director assemblies) each of which has its own computation, sensing, actuation, and communications(More)
In this paper the problem of maximal increase of system reliability is formulated as a resource allocation problem under a budget constraint. Dynamic programing is used for the optimal solution. Time to system failure is dictated by a Markov process. The system is composed of several subsystems. Each subsystem has several possible configurations that(More)
To enhance the reliability and availability of complex engineering products and reduce the service costs, nowadays some efficient maintenance programs including Condition-based Maintenance (CBM) are implemented for remote diagnostics and prognostics in industries. Prediction of Remaining Useful Life (RUL) for the unit/part is a key aspect of prognostics and(More)
The spontaneous sleep-waking behaviour of a male infant, normal with respect to pregnancy, delivery and Apgar score, was observed continuously from birth till the first four months of life. Additionally sleep stages were scored by means of polygraphic method during several weeks. The infant was allowed to sleep and awake according to his own schedule and(More)
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