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Mathematical methods in continuous and discrete systems

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Published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electric engineering -- Mathematics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementby Shlomo Karni and William J. Byatt.
    SeriesHRW series in electrical and computer engineering
    ContributionsByatt, William J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK153
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix,312p. :
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20942017M
    ISBN 100030570387

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Mathematical methods in continuous and discrete systems by Karni, Shlomo. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The purpose of this book is to explore the rich and elegant interplay that exists between the two main currents of mathematics, the continuous and the discrete.

Such fundamental notions in discrete mathematics as induction, recursion, combinatorics, number theory, discrete probability, and the algorithmic point of view as a unifying principle are continually explored as they interact with traditional Cited by: Mathematical methods in continuous and discrete systems.

New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Shlomo Karni; William J Byatt. Editorial Reviews.

This book gives a mathematical treatment of the introduction to qualitative differential equations and discrete dynamical systems. The treatment includes theoretical proofs, methods of calculation, and applications. The two parts of the book, continuous time of differential equations and discrete time of dynamical systems, /5(3).

Included are papers on design and analysis of discrete-time and continuous-time dynamical systems arising in the natural and engineering sciences, in particular, the design of robust nonstandard finite-difference methods for solving continuous-time ordinary and partial differential equation models, the analytical and numerical study of models.

The first part treats systems of nonlinear ordinary equations using a variety of qualitative and geometric methods. A second part focuses on those aspects of dynamical systems associated with the iteration of a function.

The book is addressed to advanced undergraduates or beginning graduate students in mathematics or related fields. From the origin of its version, now in the 2'nd book, DEVS (discrete event system specification) formalism has been extended to cover the continuous state system as well.

In addition to, the various extended versions of DEVS, Cited by: 6. This book gives a mathematical treatment of the introduction to qualitative differential equations and discrete dynamical systems.

The treatment includes theoretical proofs, methods of calculation, and applications. The two parts of the book, continuous time of differential equations. Network Optimization: Continuous and Discrete Models Includes bibliographical references and index 1.

Network analysis (Planning). Mathematical Optimization. Title. TB44 ’dc20 ISBN This book is designed for a one semester course in discrete mathematics for sophomore or junior level students. The text covers the mathematical concepts that students will encounter in many disciplines such as computer science, engineering, Business, and the sciences.

Besides reading the book, students are strongly encouraged to do all the File Size: 1MB. 2 Discrete Models 8 3 Continuous models I: Ordinary differential equations 41 E.g., we will review some mathematical methods that are frequently used in mathematical biology, con-sider some standard models, and last, but not least have an introduction into the art of modelling.

Models of industrial processes often contain discrete phenomena superimposed on the continuous system behavior. Simulation of batch processes, start-up and shutdown procedures, fault diagnosis and alarms fall under this category.

Models for such processes require a mathematical framework for both its continuous and discrete state by: 8. AIMS joins the mathematics community world wide in congratulating Professor Alessio Figalli on being awarded the Fields Medal Professor Figallihas made important contributions to AIMS journals and conferences.

Heserved as the Managing Editor of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systemsfrom to and delivered a plenary lecture at. That is, continuous-time systems are systems for which both the input and the output are continuous-time signals, and discrete-time systems are those for which both the input and the output are discrete-time signals.

Similarly, a digital system is a system for File Size: 2MB. This book presents mathematical modelling and the integrated process of formulating sets of equations to describe real-world problems.

It describes methods for obtaining solutions of challenging differential equations stemming from problems in areas such as chemical reactions, population dynamics, mechanical systems, and fluid mechanics. 6 From discrete to continuous models and back Discretizing difierential equations The Euler method The time-one map Discrete and continuous expo-nential growth Logistic growth in discrete and continuous time Discrete models of seasonally changing population File Size: 1MB.

the workings of computers are best described in the black-and-white vocabulary of discrete mathematics, which is foreign to most classical models of reality, quantum physics notwithstanding. This class surveys some of the key tools of applied math to be used at the interface of continuous and discrete.

This very powerful transform is to discrete signals what the Laplace transform is to continuous signals. It allows us to analyse and design discrete systems much more easily than if we were to remain in the time domain.

Recursive and non-recursive filters will be revisited in this new domain. Discrete Control Systems establishes a basis for the analysis and design of discretized/quantized control systems for continuous physical systems. Beginning with the necessary mathematical foundations and system-model descriptions, the text moves on to Brand: Springer-Verlag London.

You can start building your model in either way, and when needed, convert the model from discrete-time to continuous-time or vice versa.

Second, Equation \ref{()} offers a simple method to numerically simulate continuous-time models. Discrete Control Systems establishes a basis for the analysis and design of discretized/quantized control systems for continuous physical systems. Beginning with the necessary mathematical foundations and system-model descriptions, the text moves on to derive a robust stability by: 8.

The book aims to provide the student (or researcher) with both a solid basis in dynamical systems theory and the necessary understanding of the approaches,methods,results,and terminology used in the modern applied mathematics literature.

A key theme is that of topologicalequivalenceand codimension,or “what one may expect to occur in the. Continuous Versus Discrete Systems. One of the most obvious differences between my approach to science based on simple programs and the traditional approach based on mathematical equations is that programs tend to involve discrete elements while equations tend to involve continuous quantities.

With its simplified presentation, this book follows a logical development that builds on basic mathematical principles to cover both discrete linear systems and signal processing. The author covers all traditional topics and includes numerous examples that are solved analytically and, when applicable, numerically using the latest version of Cited by: There are many concepts in continuous mathematics which have discrete versions, such as discrete calculus, discrete probability distributions, discrete Fourier transforms, discrete geometry, discrete logarithms, discrete differential geometry, discrete exterior calculus, discrete Morse theory, difference equations, discrete dynamical systems, and discrete vector measures.

The input and the output of the system are defined in continuous-time over the interval [0, ∞). The system is, therefore, known as a continuous-time system.

The discrete-time analog of this system is the system of difference equations: x(k+1)=Ax(k)+Bu(k),y(k)=Cx(k)+Du(k). Series S of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems only publishes theme issues.

Each issue is devoted to a specific area of the mathematical, physical and engineering sciences. This area will define a research frontier that is advancing rapidly, often bridging mathematics and sciences.

Discrete Control Systems establishes a basis for the analysis and design of discretized/quantized control systems for continuous physical systems. Beginning with the necessary mathematical foundations and system-model descriptions, the text moves on to derive a robust stability condition.

A basic process is the observation of an N-dimensional quantity x(t) in discrete time steps a + jh where j runs through the natural numbers. Naturally, one looks for the rate of change of this ‘information’ during one time step. We show that we obtain a discrete evolution equation which turns up in many fields of numerical analysis: Newton's method, descent methods, numerical methods for Author: E.

Bohl. Mathematical models may be of any of the types given below. Linear or nonlinear: A model is said to be linear if cause and effect are linearly ise the model is nonlinear.

Static or dynamic: A model in which the dependent variable is a function of time is known as dynamic. Otherwise the system. A discrete system is a system with a countable number of states. Discrete systems may be contrasted with continuous systems, which may also be called analog systems.

A final discrete system is often modeled with a directed graph and is analyzed for correctness and complexity according to computational e discrete systems have a countable number of states, they may be described in. A market leader in previous editions, this book continues to offer complete, separate treatment survey of continuous and discrete linear systems.

It utilizes a systems approach to solving practical engineering problems, rather than using the framework of traditional circuit theory. Shlomo Karni is the author of books such as Mathematical Methods In Continuous and Discrete Systems.

Books by Shlomo Karni. Mathematical Methods In Continuous and Discrete Systems. Applied Circuit Analysis. Analysis Of Electrical Networks. Newest listings by Shlomo Karni. Discrete event simulation of continuous systems James Nutaro Oak Ridge National Laboratory [email protected] 1 Introduction Computer simulation of a system described by di erential equations requires that some element of the system be approximated by discrete quantities.

There are two system aspects that can be made discrete; time and Size: KB. Continuous mathematics deals with real numbers. Recall that between any two real numbers there are infinitely many additional real numbers.

There are no gaps in the real number line that continuous math operates on. Discrete math deals with s. Winfried Just, David Terman, in Mathematical Concepts and Methods in Modern Biology, Abstract. Simple discrete dynamical system models of neuronal dynamics can be constructed by assuming that at any given time step each neuron can either fire or be at rest, that after it has fired each neuron needs to be at rest for a specified refractory period and the firing of a neuron is induced.

With its simplified presentation, this book follows a logical development that builds on basic mathematical principles to cover both discrete linear systems and signal processing. The author covers all traditional topics and includes numerous examples that are solved analytically and, when applicable, numerically using the latest version of.

Definition of Signal In a communication system, the word ‘signal’ is commonly used. Therefore we must know its exact meaning.

Mathematically, signal is described as a function of one or more independent variables. Basically it is a physical quantity. It varies with some dependent or independent variables.

So the term signal is defined as “A Continue reading Introduction to Signals. Discrete time views values of variables as occurring at distinct, separate "points in time", or equivalently as being unchanged throughout each non-zero region of time ("time period")—that is, time is viewed as a discrete a non-time variable jumps from one value to another as time moves from one time period to the next.

This view of time corresponds to a digital clock that. DOWNLOAD ANY SOLUTION MANUAL FOR FREE Showing of messages. Do you have solution manual of this text book. Mathematical Methods and Algorithms for Signal Processing Todd K. Moon, Wynn C.

Stirling > Signals and Systems, 2ed,by haykin > Discrete Time Signal Processing,2ed,oppenheim. The evolution of the system occurs at discrete time instants from the outset following a discrete v ariational principle and a discrete analogue of the Euler-Lagrange equations, Hamilton’s Author: Basant Lal Sharma.

Continuous-time and discrete-time systems † Physically, a system is an interconnection of components, devices, etc., such as a computer or an aircraft or a power plant.

† Conceptually, a system can be viewed as a black box which takes in an input signal x(t) (or x[n]) and as a result generates an output signal y(t) (or (y[n]).File Size: KB.Discrete and Continuous: A Fundamental Dichotomy in Mathematics.

James Franklin. 1. School of Mathematics & Statistics, University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA [email protected] Synopsis The distinction between the discrete and the continuous lies at the heart of mathematics. Discrete mathematics (arithmetic, algebra Cited by: 1.This is the currently selected item.

This is the currently selected item. We already know a little bit about random variables. What we're going to see in this video is that random variables come in two varieties. You have discrete random variables, and you have continuous random variables. And discrete random variables, these are essentially.