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Elsevier’s Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing just published our paper on “Persistent model order reduction for complex dynamical systems using smooth orthogonal decomposition,” which can be downloaded using this link: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1Uv9F39~t0JuUg. Anyone who clicks on the link until June 07, 2017, will be taken to the final version of your article on ScienceDirect for free.
https://www.icloud.com/keynote/0V_c6pFGqvJDQwubpaHje4K2Q#CHAOS_2015_FNN This is Paris Presentation:”
04/1/2016 http://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=1561960 Characterization, Modeling, and Prediction of Fatigue Damage Under Variable Amplitude Loading Fatigue is an omnipresent problem in structural systems subjected to vibrations, and can lead to catastrophic failures, injuries, and loss of life. Quantitative prognostication of fatigue damage is still a largely unresolved and critical problem of engineering practice. This award supports fundamental […]
The nonlinear noise reduction paper that I have been working for a while has been published by Chaos. This is the end of a long road that begun as a simple idea about ten years ago as an application of smooth orthogonal decomposition, which I was finally able to explore in detail last summer. NNR_Procedure
The false nearest neighbors paper that I have been working on during Christmas break has been accepted for presentation and publication at IDETC 2014. The reviews were surprisingly positive and encouraging given that I thought this topic was not that hot. You can view the paper here: DETC2014-34746. Use the following code to get the results […]
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