6 edition of Comparison methods and stability theory found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Xinzhi Liu, David Siegel.|
|Series||Lecture notes in pure and applied mathematics ;, v. 162|
|Contributions||Liu, Xinzhi, 1956-, Siegel, David, 1953-, Symposium on Comparison Methods and Stability Theory (1993 : Waterloo, Ont.)|
|LC Classifications||QA370 .C62 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 365 p. :|
|Number of Pages||365|
|LC Control Number||94020391|
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Get this from a library. Comparison methods and stability theory. [Xinzhi Liu; David Siegel;] -- Proceedings from the Symposium on Comparison Methods and Stability Theory, held in Waterloo, Ont., Canada, JuneComparison Methods and Stability Theory (Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics) 1st Edition by Xinzhi Liu (Author) ISBN ISBN X.
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Cited by: Comparison Methods and Stability Theory - CRC Press Book This work is based on the International Symposium on Comparison Methods and Stability Theory held in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. It presents advances in comparison methods and stability theory in a wide range of nonlinear problems, covering a variety Comparison methods and stability theory book topics such as ordinary, functional.
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Multiple Comparisons introduces simultaneous statistical inference and covers the theory and techniques for all-pairwise comparisons, multiple comparisons with the best, and multiple comparisons with a control. The author describes confidence intervals methods and stepwise exposes abuses and misconceptions, and guides readers to the correct method for each.
This work is based on the International Symposium on Comparison Methods and Stability Theory held in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. It presents advances in comparison methods and stability theory in a wide range of nonlinear problems, covering a variety of topics such as ordinary, functional, impulsive, integro- partial, and uncertain differential equations.
Slope Stability Analysis by the Limit Equilibrium Method: Fundamentals and Methods presents basic principles for the safe design of constructed or natural earth slopes.
The limit equilibrium method is the most common approach for analyzing slope stability in. Statistical multiple comparison methods are used heavily in research, education, business, and manufacture to analyze data, but are often used incorrectly. This book exposes such abuses and misconceptions, and guides the reader to the correct method of analysis for each problem.
Theories for all-pairwise comparisons, multiple comparison with Cited by: The author describes confidence intervals methods and stepwise exposes abuses and misconceptions, and guides readers to the correct method for each problem. Discussions also include the connections with bioequivalence, drug stability, and toxicity studies Real data sets analyzed by computer software packages illustrate the applications presented.
For years, direct methods have held the promise of providing real-time stability assessments; however, these methods have presented several challenges and limitations. This book addresses these challenges and limitations with the BCU methods developed by author Hsiao-Dong Chiang.
This work is based on the International Symposium on Comparison Methods and Stability Theory held in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
It presents advances in Comparison methods and stability theory in a wide range of nonlinear problems, covering a variety of topics such as ordinary, functional, impulsive, integro- partial, and uncertain differential equations.
In mathematics, stability theory addresses the stability of solutions of differential equations and of trajectories of dynamical systems under small perturbations of initial conditions.
The heat equation, for example, is a stable partial differential equation because small perturbations of initial data lead to small variations in temperature at a later time as a result of the maximum principle.
The reader with an understanding of fundamentals of differential equations theory, elements of motion stability theory, mathematical analysis, and linear algebra should not be confused by the many formulas in the book. Each of these subjects is. In this chapter let us study the stability of impulsive control systems using comparison methods.
Comparison Methods. In: Impulsive Control Theory. Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences, vol Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Definitions. T will be a complete theory in some language. T is called κ-stable (for an infinite cardinal κ) if for every set A of cardinality κ the set of complete types over A has cardinality κ.; ω-stable is an alternative name for ℵ 0-stable.; T is called stable if it is κ-stable for some infinite cardinal κ.; T is called unstable if it is not κ-stable for any infinite cardinal κ.
This book is about stability of linear dynamical systems, discrete and continuous. and we systematically employ a comparison of methods and results in either case. Apart from classical results, many recent crucial developments in the area are presented, such as the resolvent approach to stability.
Special attention is payed to stability. A collection of views, presentations, ideas, concepts, arguments, methods, theories (containing definitions, lemmas, theorems, and proofs) arising from and having as its aim the study of the stability of motion (understood in the same wide form).
Thus, stability theory is a theory in the widest sense of this word. Slope stability analysis is a branch of geotechnical engineering that is highly amenable to probabilistic treatment, and has received considerable attention in the literature.
Almost all probabilistic methods described in the literature have at some point been applied to slope stability problems. A brief description of the reportedCited by: 5. Sensitivity Methods in Control Theory is a collection of manuscripts presented as the Third International Symposium of Sensitivity Analysis, held at Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia on August September 5,sponsored by The Theory Committee of.
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Stability Theory Basic Concepts In this chapter we introduce the concepts of stability and asymptotic stability for solutions of a diﬁerential equation and consider some methods that may be used to prove stability.
To introduce the concepts, consider the simple scalar equation y0(t)=ay(t): () The solution is, of course, y(t)=y 0eat File Size: KB.Then, the stability properties of zero solution of d u d t = WQ (u), u (t 0) = u 0 ⩾ 0, imply the corresponding stability properties of state x = 0 of () by Theorem 3.
Stability of comparison system by first approximation. Further we assume that the vector function G (t, u) in () has bounded partial derivatives in by: 4.A reader who is new to the subject might prefer that the book included more motivational discussions.
the mathematical arguments throughout the book are presented in a style that makes them easy to follow. it has value as a convenient reference text for comparison of the discrete and continuous cases of stability in operator theory and Brand: Birkhäuser Basel.