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The method known as the dominant pole algorithm (DPA) has previously been successfully used in combination with model order reduction techniques to approximate standard linear time-invariant dynamical systems and second order dynamical systems. In this paper, we show how this approach can be adapted to a class of second order delay systems, which are large… (More)

- Maryam Saadvandi, Karl Meerbergen, Wim Desmet
- J. Computational Applied Mathematics
- 2014

Standard model order reduction techniques attempt to build reduced order models of large scale systems with similar input-output behavior over a wide range of input frequencies as the full system models. The method known as the dominant pole algorithm has previously been successfully used in combination with model order reduction techniques to approximate… (More)

- Marnix Van Daele, Stefan Vandewalle, +37 authors D. Hollevoet
- 2012

s at ICCAM 2012 Multi-Step Skipping Methods with Modified Search Direction for Unconstrained Optimization Nudrat Aamir Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Essex Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex, CO4 3SQ United Kingdom naamir@essex.ac.uk Joint work with: John A. Ford When dealing with unconstrained non-linear optimization problems using… (More)

- Athanasios C. Antoulas, Roxana Ionutiu, +7 authors William Marsh
- 2017

This Chapter offers an introduction to Model Order Reduction (MOR). It gives an overview on the methods that are mostly used. It also describes the main concepts behind the methods and the properties that are aimed to be preserved. The Sections are in a prefered order for reading, but can be read independentlty. Section 3.1, written by Michael Striebel, E.… (More)

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