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Issue 4 • Date Dec. 1996

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  • [Front cover]

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  • Copyright page

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    This journal appears four times a year. Formerly, Chinese Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics was used as title on the cover page and elsewhere. Form the Vol.7 No.2 issue on, the word Chinese is deleted from the title according to the expression in the spine, and also for fitting in with the needs of readers and contributors. View full abstract»

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  • Contents

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  • Volterra feedforward neural networks: Theory and algorithms

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    The Volterra feedforward neural network with nonlinear interconnections and related homotopy learning algorithm are proposed in the paper. It is shown that Volterra neural network and the homolopy learning algorithms are significant potentials in nonlinear approximation ability, convergent speeds and global optimization than the classical neural networks and the standard BP algorithm, and related computer simulations and theoretical analysis are given too. View full abstract»

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  • Integrative stability analysis for a class of intelligent control systems

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    In this paper the integrative stability is studied for a class of intelligent control systems which are described by an octette structural model. Based on the definitions of state reachability and stabilizability of intelligent control systems the analysis method and criterion of integrative stability are given. View full abstract»

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  • Combination method for parallel computation in ODEs

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    In this paper, a 3rd order combination method with three processes and a 4th order combination method with five processes for solving ODEs are discussed. These methods are the Runge-Kutta method combined with a linear multistep method, which overcomes the defect of the 3rd order parallel Runge-Kutta method discussed in [1]. View full abstract»

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  • The complex system modeling method based on uniform design and neural network

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    In this paper, the method based on uniform design and neural network is proposed to model the complex system. In order to express the system characteristics all round, uniform design method is used to choose the modeling samples and obtain the overall information of the system; for the purpose of modeling the system or its characteristics, the artificial neural network is used to construct the model. Experiment indicates that this method can model the complex system effectively. View full abstract»

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  • Parallel digital simulation for the control problem in differential algebraic system

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    In this paper, a parallel simulation algorithm for the control problem in differential algebraic system is presented. The error of the algorithm is estimated. The stability analysis is made for a model problem and the stability region is given. The numerical example demonstrates that the method is efficient. View full abstract»

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  • Topological conditions for unique solvability of RLC op amp networks

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    Based on the nullor equivalent model of the ideal op amp, the solvability of RLC op amp networks are discussed and some practical problems are analyzed. Then several necessary and sufficient topological conditions for unique solvability are given and their proofs are shown in detail. These conditions have great applications in the analysis, synthesis and diagnosis of networks. Finally the solvability of an illustrative network are analyzed as an example. View full abstract»

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  • Nonlinear characteristics of systems and its application in urban planning DSS

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    This paper is devoted to analyzing nonlinear characteristics of complex systems. Since traditional linear system methods need to be improved, a nonlinear computational mathematics methods should be introduced to system engineering researches. Due to the lack of complete nonlinear theory, we suggest human intelligence be combined with calculating capacity of computer. Thereafter, a tentative ideal on an urban planning DSS with man-computer integration is proposed. View full abstract»

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  • Hierarchical decision maker in hybrid control systems

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    A hybrid control system is composed of three boxes which are analogous box, digital time box and decision maker box. A hierarchical structure of decision maker in hybrid control systems is presented in this paper, which is that decision maker consists of two components, i.e., policy decision and coordination. Policy decision can design coordination and digital time box. And policy decision consists of two parts, i.e., steady policy decision and transient policy decision. In general, steady policy decision corresponds to steady requirements and transient policy decision corresponds to transient requirements in systems. A chemical concentration control system severs an illustrative example to show the features of the hierarchical decision maker. View full abstract»

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