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In this note, some testable conditions for mean square (i.e., second moment) stability for discrete-time jump linear systems with timehomogenous and time-inhomogenous finite state Markov chain form processes are presented.
In this paper, we investigate almost-sure and moment stabilization of continuous time jump linear systems with a finite-state Markov jump form process. We first clarify the concepts of -moment stabilizability, exponential -moment stabilizability, and stochastic -moment stabilizability. We then present results on the relationships among these concepts.… (More)
In this paper, new results for estimating the solution of differential and algebraic Lyapunov matrix equations are obtained, and some of the well-known results are generalized.
Physiological rhythms, including respiration, exhibit endogenous variability associated with health, and deviations from this are associated with disease. Specific changes in the linear and nonlinear sources of breathing variability have not been investigated. In this study, we used information theory-based techniques, combined with surrogate data testing,… (More)
There is rapid growth in the development of ultra-low power processors, radios, memory, and architectures that form the basis for wireless sensor nodes. Smart distributed wireless sensor nodes, originally developed for military applications over 10 years ago, are finding increased use for wireless machinery condition monitoring for industrial and commercial… (More)
OBJECTIVE Skin-to-skin contact (SSC) promotes physiological stability and interaction between parents and infants. Analyses of EEG-sleep studies can compare functional brain maturation between SSC and non-SSC cohorts. METHODS Sixteen EEG-sleep studies were performed on eight preterm infants who received 8 weeks of SSC, and compared with two non-SSC… (More)
The paper integrates and adapts a range of advanced computational, mathematical and statistical tools for the purpose of analysis of neonate sleep stages based on extensive electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings. The level of brain dysmaturity of a neonate is difficult to assess by direct physical or cognitive examination, but dysmaturity is known to be… (More)
In this paper, we examine the problem of optimal state estimation or filtering in stochastic systems using an approach based on information theoretic measures. In this setting, the traditional minimum mean-square measure is compared with information theoretic measures, Kalman filtering theory is reexamined, and some new interpretations are offered. We show… (More)