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Seminer: “Quantification of System Reliability using the Survival Signature,” Prof. Frank Coolen (Durham University), UNAM SU-01, 13:40 24 Mayıs (EN)

Quantification of System Reliability using the Survival Signature Frank Coolen Professor Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University, Durham, UK The survival signature [1] is a summary of the system structure function which is sufficient for several goals in system reliability quantification. In particular for larger systems which consist of just […]

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CS Semineri: “Physiology-Driven System Modeling and Signal Processing for Mobile Health Sensing,” Dr. Ahmet Ozan Biçen (Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta), EA-409, 13:40 27 Mayıs (EN)

S E M I N A R: Physiology-Driven System Modeling and Signal Processing for Mobile Health Sensing Dr. Ahmet Ozan Bicen Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA Cost-effective mobile health sensing technologies are essential to move toward affordable personalized healthcare solutions. While sensing of body functions (physiology) from non-invasive inexpensive […]

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ME Semineri: “A Combined Reference Management and Anti-Windup Modification for Adaptive Airspeed Control of Hypersonic Vehicles under Input Constraints,” Prof. Andrea Serrani (Ohio State University), Mithat Çoruh Amfi, 14:00 27 Mayıs (EN)

Speaker: Prof. Andrea Serrani (Ohio State University, USA) Title: A Combined Reference Management and Anti-Windup Modification for Adaptive Airspeed Control of Hypersonic Vehicles under Input Constraints Date: Monday May 27th, 2019 Time: 2:00pm Place: Mithat Coruh Amphitheater Abstract: The topic of this talk is the incorporation of limits of operability […]

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