Ralph G. Brockett

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Recognizing patterns in data often relies on rules, or exploits simple features in the data. However, when noise or clutter obscures these features in the data, one must consider a number of different features to determine the best match. This often leads to combinatorial complexity manifested in either of two ways, complexity of learning or complexity of(More)
The mathematical structure basic to a number of problems in quantum control is presented and contrasted with more conventional control problems, both in formulation and solution technique. After a lengthy background some areas that seem promising for further development are discussed.
The International Journal of Self-Directed Learning (ISSN 1934-3701) is published biannually by the International Society for Self-Directed Learning. It is a refereed, electronic journal founded to disseminate scholarly papers that document research, theory, or innovative or exemplary practice in self-directed learning. Submission guidelines can be found at(More)
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