M. Sami Fadali

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This paper presents a method of nonlinear system identification using a new Gabor/Hopfield network. The network can identify nonlinear discrete-time models that are affine linear in the control. The system need not be asymptotically stable but must be bounded-input-bounded-output (BIBO) stable for the identification results to be valid in a large(More)
In this paper, we introduce a new non-intrusive approach to estimating the eye position during pursuit motion of the eye. We introduce a new characterization for the pursuit eye movement. Our characterization is based on the decomposition of the pursuit eye motion into a deterministic component and a random component. We use a discrete Kalman filter to(More)
We quantify why, as designers, we should prefer clique-based hypercubes (K-cubes) over traditional hypercubes based on cycles (C-cubes). Reaping fresh analytic results, we find that K-cubes minimize the wirecount and, simultaneously, the latency of hypercube architectures that tolerate failure of any f nodes. Refining the graph model of Hayes (1976), we(More)
This paper presents a new control approach for nonlinear network-induced time delay systems by combining online reset control, neural networks, and dynamic Bayesian networks. We use feedback linearization to construct a nominal control for the system then use reset control and a neural network to compensate for errors due to the time delay. Finally, we(More)
Fuzzy systems are excellent approximators of known functions or for the dynamic response of a physical system. We propose a new approach to approximate any known function by a Takagi-Sugeno-Kang fuzzy system with a guaranteed upper bound on the approximation error. The new approach is also used to approximately represent the behavior of a dynamic system(More)