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Singular perturbations

Joint Automatic Control Conference (13th 1972 Stanford)

Singular perturbations

order reduction in control system design.

by Joint Automatic Control Conference (13th 1972 Stanford)

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Published by American Society of Mechanical Engineers in NewYork .
Written in English


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A symposium of the American Automatic Control Council, 1972 Joint Automatic Control Conference, Stanford University, Stanford, California, August 16-18, 1972.

ContributionsAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers., American Automatic Control Council.
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Open LibraryOL14586017M

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Concerning singular perturbations, we discuss the convergence of the Allen–Cahn (or Ginsburg–Landau) type equations to (possibly anisotropic) mean curvature flow before the onset of singularities in the limit problem. We study such kinds of asymptotic problems also in the static case, showing convergence to prescribed curvature-type : Edizioni Della Normale. This book presents a method for evaluating Selberg zeta functions via transfer operators for the full modular group and its congruence subgroups with characters. Studying zeros of Selberg zeta functions for character deformations allows us to access the discrete spectra and resonances of hyperbolic Laplacians under both singular and non.

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