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|Based on this definition, Ober derived a parametrization of all stable LTI systems |
of a given McMillan degree . ... In order to solve the equation F(:z) = 0 using
continuation method, we first embed it into a parametrized family of problems H(a
|Linear programming and linear economic models have exerted a great influence |
on the computational methods of ... Continuation method (to a parametrized
family); Continuation method (to a parametrized family, for non-linear operators)).
|Continuation of Low-Dimensional Invariant Subspaces in Dynamical Systems of |
Large Dimension Wolf-Jiirgen Beyn, ... We present a continuation method for low-
dimensional invariant sub- spaces of a parameterized family of large and ...
|A continuation method can be used to embed the problem F(x)=0 into a |
parameterized family of problems, H(x, 0) = 0, with o e [0, 1], such that H(x, 1)=F(x
)=0 is the original problem and H(x,0) has a known oreasily computed solution x(
0) = x.
|To solve this mathematical problem, a number of methods has been evolved (see |
e.g. [Jahn, 1986], [GoPFERT & Nehse, 1990] and [Das, 1997]). ... In general, a
parametric optimization problem has a family of minimizers, of which each one is
a stationary point of the objective function — or, ... Indeed, homotopy methods —
also known as continuation methods — can be utilized successfully for
|The smooth continuation method [AG90, TR12] is an efficient way to overcome |
this difficulty. The idea is to connect the Hamiltonian Hr to an Hamiltonian H0,
whose corresponding shooting equation is easy to solve, via a parametrized
|In some families of mechanism distance-based formulations provide this |
parametrization [13,31], some approaches try to ... Higher-dimensional
Continuation techniques (see  for a survey) provide principled numerical tools
to compute the ...
|Continuation Method for Contractive Maps Let (Y, d) be a complete metric space, |
and X a closed subset in Y with ... One method of determining whether or not
such an equation has a solution starts by embedding F in a parametrized family ...
Philippe G. Ciarlet, Jacques-Louis Lions - 1990 - Preview
|... to solve parametrized nonlinear problems by arc-length continuation-methods, |
directly inspired by H.B. KELLER [1977, ... Let us consider, therefore, the
following family of parametrized nonlinear problems: A(u,k) = 0, (17.57) where A
is an ...
|Solution of (3.57) via arc-length-continuation methods Following H. B. Keller , [|
2] [for which we refer for justification (see also ... Then, in order to solve (3.57), we
consider the family (parametrized by s) of nonlinear systems (3.57), (3.58).