J. Weber

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Multi-agent methodology is used for various purposes, such as distributed solving problem, network management, etc. Multi-agent systems are also used for simulation. Usually, the emergence of macro-scopic properties is studied by simulating the behavior of agents and their interactions at a microscopic level. It is a bottom-up approach. Recently emphasis(More)
We propose and evaluate an antenna array consisting of three, quarter-wavelength spaced, monopoles and a passive network. The latter decouples and matches the antenna array to prevent gain reduction. At the same time, it forms orthogonal radiation patterns, which divide the space into three different sections. By using a geometry-based channel model, the(More)
This work qualitatively analyzes the dynamics of a current programmed mode boost converter operating in continuous conduction mode. The analysis starts with a two-dimensional (2D) map. It proceeds via center manifold theory to a one-dimensional (1D) map. C-bifurcation analysis is applied to the 1D map. The importance of the golden mean is pointed out. This(More)