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Some stability results related t.o those of V. The app1i;ation of Liapunov's second met,hod to interconnected systems, Frequency conditions for t.he absolute stability of control systems wit.h several nonlinear or linear 857-880, June 1967. nonstationary blocks, " Automat. R m o t ~ C a t r. (USSR), pp. Since 1969 he has been a member of the technical staE… (More)
Enhancements of the encoding strategy of a discrete bidirectional associative memory (BAM) reported by B. Kosko (1987) are presented. There are two major concepts in this work: multiple training, which can be guaranteed to achieve recall of a single trained pair under suitable initial conditions of data, and dummy augmentation, which can be guaranteed to… (More)
In this paper, the basic bidirectional associative memory (BAM) is extended by choosing weights in the correlation matrix, for a given set of training pairs, which result in a maximum noise tolerance set for BAM. We prove that for a given set of training pairs, the maximum noise tolerance set is the largest, in the sense that this optimized BAM will recall… (More)
Necessary and sufficient conditions are derived for the weights of a generalized correlation matrix of a bidirectional associative memory (BAM) which guarantee the recall of all training pairs. A linear programming/multiple training (LP/MT) method that determines weights which satisfy the conditions when a solution is feasible is presented. The sequential… (More)
Abstmct-Seqmntial strategies for dynamic systems with multiple deei-sion makers and d t i p l e performance indices are surveyed and reviewed.
In this paper the problem of developing bidding strategies for the participants of dynamic oligopolistic electricity markets is studied. Attention is given to strategic bidding of load serving entities (LSE) in these markets. We model oligopolistic electricity markets as non-linear dynamical systems and use discrete-time Nash bidding strategies. We assume a… (More)
a r t i c l e i n f o Modeling deception in a real-world conflict situation is usually difficult. For a better understanding, we study deception through a fundamental relationship between information and decision-making. Under a probabilistic framework, we consider a zero-sum game with an asymmetrical structure, where player 1 receives additional… (More)
The traditional theory of cardinal games deals with problems where the players are able to assess the relative performance of their decisions (or controls) by evaluating a payoff (or utility function) that maps the decision space into the set of real numbers. In that theory, the objective of each player is to determine a decision that minimizes its payoff… (More)
The minimal number of times for using a pair for training to guarantee recall of that pair among a set of training pairs is derived for a bidirectional associative memory.
SUMMARY Autonomous aerial vehicles play an important role in military applications such as in search, surveillance and reconnaissance. Multi-player stochastic pursuit–evasion (PE) differential game is a natural model for such operations involving intelligent moving targets with uncertainties. In this paper, some fundamental issues of stochastic PE games are… (More)