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- Tomas Hruz, Michal Natora, Madhuresh Agrawal
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2008

We study stochastic processes that generate nongrowing complex networks without self-loops and multiple edges (simple graphs). The work concentrates on understanding and formulation of constraints which keep the rewiring stochastic processes within the class of simple graphs. To formulate these constraints a different concept of wedge distribution (paths of… (More)

- Antonello Pasquarelli, Tomás Hrúz
- HPCN Europe
- 2000

- Tomás Hrúz, Martin Becka, Antonello Pasquarelli
- Euro-Par
- 2000

The article describes an airport database management system , which is a part of large simulation environment developed under the ESPRIT project SEEDS. Airport management database is a distributed computing system written entirely in Java and connected to the rest of the SEEDS system through CORBA interface. The majority of the SEEDS modules is written in… (More)

We present an experimental work and a concept based on complete, edge-colored graphs which goes towards the development of a non-growing scale-free process which would lack the disadvantages of the processes known so far i.e. a process that would i) stay in the class of simple graphs, ii) reach a scale-free degree distribution independently of the initial… (More)

- Tomas Hruz, Michal Natora
- 2008

Introduction Non-growing scale-free networks represent an interesting class of complex networks. Compared to growing networks, which have been studied in many different scenarios with great success [1, 2, 3], they aim at modeling situations where a complex topology different from purely random is emerging but no growth process is present. There are many… (More)

- Tomas Hruz
- 1999

The main goal of our paper is to study the regularization problems which occur in predictive control of systems with severely ill-posed inverse model. We propose a new formulation of predictive control where the future controls are obtained as a solution of certain ill-posed inverse problem. This formulation leads to a possibility of closed loop on-line… (More)

- Tomas Hruz
- 2008

The main goal of this paper is to study the regulariza tion problems which occur in predictive control of systems with severely ill posed inverse model We propose a new formulation of predictive control where the future controls are obtained as a solution of certain ill posed inverse problem This formulation leads to a possibility of closed loop on line… (More)

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