Modular Stability Tools for Distributed Computation and Control

@inproceedings{Slotine2002ModularST,
  title={Modular Stability Tools for Distributed Computation and Control},
  author={Jean-Jacques E. Slotine},
  year={2002}
}
Much recent functional modelling of the central nervous sys tem, beyond traditional “neural net” approaches, focuses on its distributed computational arch itecture. This paper discusses extensions of our recent work aimed at understanding this architecture from an overall nonlinear stability and convergence point of view, and at constructing artificial de vic s exploiting similar modularity. Applications to synchronisation and to schooling are also descri bed. The development makes extensive… CONTINUE READING
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