Browsing by Subject "SYSTEMS SCIENCE AND CYBERNETICS"
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(1981)It is demonstrated how well-established graph theoretic results can be exploited in the analysis of large-scale systems, and directed towards questions of design such as controllability and stability. The generalized nature ...
(1979)Mapping differential equations into digraphs is shown to give additional insight into system properties, such as controllability and observability. The concept of the system primitive is introduced. © 1979, The Institution ...
(IEEE, 1987)Summary form only given. A probabilistic model of neural networks was developed using the theory of general product-form queuing networks. A neural network is modeled as an open network of nodes, in which customers moving ...