ModelR. Pawlak

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In this paper, a discrete-time two-channel non-linear system is identified. Each branch of the system has the form of the Hammerstein model, i.e., a nonlinear gain function followed by a dynamic linear system. The dynamic subsystems are recovered using the standard correlation method. The main results are concerned with the estimation of the nonlinear(More)
This paper presents a reeective programming scheme approach for distributed algorithms such as traversal networks or distributed global state algorithms. This model proposes several extensions designed to ease the programming of distributed applications. It extends the object programming elements such as types, classes, instantiation or, algorithmic(More)
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