3 edition of **Non-normal incidence state space model for layered media systems** found in the catalog.

Non-normal incidence state space model for layered media systems

Fereydoun Aminzadeh

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Published
**1979**
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Written in English

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LC Classifications | Microfilm 84319 |

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Format | Microform |

Pagination | xiii, 203 l. |

Number of Pages | 203 |

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Open Library | OL1368377M |

LC Control Number | 92895674 |

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Non-normal incidence state space model for layered media systems - Page 54 By OAI identifier: oai::pcoll30/ Non-normal incidence state space model for layered media systems - Page 1 By OAI identifier: oai::pcoll30/ Non-normal incidence state space model for layered media systems - Page 79 By OAI identifier: oai::pcoll30/ In this paper we develop time-domain state space models for lossless layered media which are described by the wave equation and boundary conditions.

Our models are for non-equal one-way travel times; hence, they are more general than existing models of layered media which are usually for layers of equal one-way travel times. Full state models, which involve 2K states for a K-layer media system Cited by: 3.

Linear state space models enable to use well developed conventional analysis and design techniques. Thus, building a linear model of a system has primary importance in industrial applications.

Thus, a suitable linearization procedure is proposed to derive the linear state space model from the nonlinear DSSNN by: State space models (SSMs) provide a general framework for studying stochastic processes, especially when the data might be contaminated by measurement errors.

Empirical time series often consist of indirect observations of an unobserved dynamic process that is of interest to the investigators. State space models, also termed dynamic models, relate time series observations or longitudinal data {y t} to unobserved “states” α t by an observation model for y t given α t.

The states, which may be, e.g., unobserved trend and seasonal components or time-varying covariate effects, are assumed to follow a stochastic transition model. State Space Models In this section we study state space models of continuous-timelin-ear systems.

The corresponding results for discrete-timesystems, obtained via duality with the continuous-timemodels, are given in Section The state space model of a continuous-time dynamic system can be derived either from the system model given in.

Circuits and Systems Vol.7 No.4，Ap DOI: /cs 1, Downloads 2, Views. Least Squares Matrix Algorithm for State-Space Modelling of Dynamic Systems. Juuso T. Olkkonen, Hannu Olkkonen. parameters θ (section 3). Finally, the state-space model turns out to be a special case of a richer, more general framework involving banded matrix computations, as we discuss at more length in section 4.

2 A direct optimization approach for computing the maxi-mum a posteriori path in state-space models. Heiss, Florian, "Nonlinear State-Space Models for Microeconometric Panel Data," Discussion Papers in EconomicsUniversity of Munich, Department of : RePEc:lmu:muenec by state-determined system models.

System models constructed withthe pure and ideal (linear)one-portelements(suchasmass,springanddamperelements)arestate-determined. The proposed state space NN architecture is depicted in Fig.

1, where u (k), and y (k) represent the input and output of the RNN, respectively, k is the discrete time index, and z − 1 represents the time delay operators. x (k) represents the hidden layer output which corresponds to the state vector. W 1, W 2 and W 4 are the weights between the input and hidden layers, the hidden and output.

Keywords: mediation, state space model 1. Introduction Mediation is a causal process that evolves over time. In the simplest case, the causal variable (X) exerts an effect on the outcome variable (Y) partially or Journal of Educational and Behavioral StatisticsVol.

39, No. 2, pp. – DOI: / This paper presents a nonlinear state space model with considering a first-order autoregressive model for measurement noises. A recursive method using Taylor series based approximations for filtering, prediction and smoothing problem of hidden states from the noisy observations is designed.

K. Umashankar, S. Chaudhuri, and A. Taflove, "Finite-difference time-domain formulation of an inverse-scattering scheme for remote sensing of inhomogeneous lossy layered media," J. Electromagnetic Waves & Applications, vol. 8, pp.April The results are shown in Fig. for each of the realisations, a point is plotted with x co-ordinate the likelihood value L (a ̂) achieved by iterations of the exact EM method, and y co-ordinate the value achieved by iterations of Algorithm Download: Download full-size image Fig.

ison of the likelihood values for the final estimates after iterations of the. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) in the U.S.A uses state-space models for the production of all the monthly employment and unemployment estimates for the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The models are fitted to the direct sample estimates obtained from the Current Population Survey (CPS).

The use of models is necessary because the. efﬁcient methods for estimating the model parameters θ (Section 3). Finally, the state-space model turns out to be a special case of a richer, more general framework involving banded matrix computations, as we discuss at more length in Section 4.

2 A direct optimization approach for computing the maximum a posteriori path in state-space models. This chapter is intended as a relatively complete description of the way in which nonlinear models may be analyzed within the Markovian context developed thus far.

We will consider both the general nonlinear state space model, and some specific applications which take on this particular form. Nonlinear State‐Space Model‐Based Processors.

James V. Candy. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA Book Author(s): James V. Candy. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA. Search for more papers by this author. First published: T1 - Non linear system identification: a state -space approach.

AU - Verdult, V. PY - /3/1. Y1 - /3/1. N2 - In this thesis, new system identication methods are presented for three particular types of nonlinear systems: linear parameter-varying state-space systems, bilinear state-space systems, and local linear state-space systems.State Space Models Introduction The state space modeling tools in S+FinMetrics are based on the algo-rithms in SsfPack developed by Siem Jan Koopman and described in Koopman, Shephard and Doornik (, )1.

SsfPack is a suite of C routines for carrying out computations involving the statistical analysis of.