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Decoupling Zeros of Positive Discrete-Time Linear Sys-tems  [PDF]
Tadeusz Kaczorek
Circuits and Systems (CS) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/cs.2010.12007
Abstract: The notions of decoupling zeros of positive discrete-time linear systems are introduced. The relationships between the decoupling zeros of standard and positive discrete-time linear systems are analyzed. It is shown that: 1) if the positive system has decoupling zeros then the corresponding standard system has also decoupling zeros, 2) the positive system may not have decoupling zeros when the corresponding standard system has decoupling zeros, 3) the positive and standard systems have the same decoupling zeros if the rank of reachability (observability) matrix is equal to the number of linearly independent monomial columns (rows) and some additional assumptions are satisfied.
Neural Network Performance for Complex Minimization Problem  [PDF]
Tadeusz Wibig
Communications and Network (CN) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/cn.2010.21004
Abstract: We have analyzed the important problem of contemporary high-energy physics concerning the estimation of some parameters of the observed complex phenomenon. The standard statistical method of the data analysis and minimization was confronted with the Neural Network approaches. For the Natural Neural Networks we have used brains of high school students involved in our Roland Maze Project. The excitement of active participation in real scientific work produced their astonishing performance what is described in the present work. Some preliminary results are given and discussed.
New Stability Tests of Positive Standard and Fractional Linear Systems  [PDF]
Tadeusz Kaczorek
Circuits and Systems (CS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/cs.2011.24036
Abstract: New tests for checking asymptotic stability of positive 1D continuous-time and discrete-time linear systems without and with delays and of positive 2D linear systems described by the general and the Roesser models are proposed. Checking of the asymptotic stability of positive 2D linear systems is reduced to checking of suitable corresponding 1D positive linear systems. It is shown that the stability tests can be also applied to checking the asymptotic stability of fractional discrete-time linear systems with delays. Effectiveness of the tests is shown on numerical examples.
The 0.7-Anomaly in Quantum Point Contact; Many-Body or Single-Electron Effect?  [PDF]
Tadeusz Figielski
World Journal of Condensed Matter Physics (WJCMP) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/wjcmp.2016.63021
Abstract: Apart from usual quantization steps on the ballistic conductance of quasi-one-dimensional conductor, an additional plateau-like feature appears at a fraction of about 0.7 below the first conductance step in GaAs-based quantum point contacts (QPCs). Despite a tremendous amount of research on this anomalous feature, its origin remains still unclear. Here, a unique model of this anomaly is proposed relying on fundamental principles of quantum mechanics. It is noticed that just after opening a quasi-1D conducting channel in the QPC a single electron travels the channel at a time, and such electron can be—in principle—observed. The act of observation destroys superposition of spin states, in which the electron otherwise exists, and this suppresses their quantum interference. It is shown that then the QPC-conductance is reduced by a factor of 0.74. “Visibility” of electron is enhanced if the electron spends some time in the channel due to resonant transmission. Electron’s resonance can also explain an unusual temperature behavior of the anomaly as well as its recently discovered feature: oscillatory modulation as a function of the channel length and electrostatic potential. A recipe for experimental verification of the model is given.
On the Reversal Effects of the Velocity Quotient on the Directions of Changes of Finishing Results of Conventional and Flexible Grinding  [PDF]
Zdzislaw Pluta, Tadeusz Hryniewicz
Journal of Quantum Information Science (JQIS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jqis.2011.13021
Abstract: The paper presents the problem of right direction of changes of the velocity quotient in view of getting advantageous smoothing results of material finishing using a compact elastic wheel. In fact the problem has been considered reversely in comparison with the change direction of the velocity quotient on the grounds of knowledge on grinding using ceramic wheels. The specifics of performance of the elastic wheels are considered. The investigation was carried out on the effect of their peripheral velocity on the directions of smoothing. The problem is considered by presenting it on the background of determined results of grinding using a ceramic wheel. The dependence of a determined roughness measure of the smoothed surface on the velocity quotient is delivered. The forms of a function approximating experimental dependences of the subject roughness measure on the mentioned quotient have been derived. Furthermore, the results coming out of the performed experimental studies have been presented.
Quantitative Determination of Material Hardness  [PDF]
Zdzislaw Pluta, Tadeusz Hryniewicz
Journal of Quantum Information Science (JQIS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jqis.2011.13018
Abstract: The paper contains description of a new quantitative method of evaluation of material hardness. First the essence of cognition subject, concerned with the hardness notion, has been discussed. Next some characteristics of exemplary existing evaluation methods have been presented. Then the attention was paid to the mistakes present in understanding//reasoning of the discussed problem. The revolutionary new method is given in the next part of the paper by presenting functional and parametric characteristics of the process of local deformation of a material. At the end, the justification – with the essential meaning for investigations of present and newer materials – to introduce one unified quantitative method of hardness evaluation, has been delivered.
Phase-Space Areas of the Body Motion in the Solar System Deduced from the Bohr-Sommerfeld Atomic Theory and Approximate Invariance of Their Ratios for the Pairs of Planets and Satellites  [PDF]
Stanislaw Olszewski, Tadeusz Kwiatkowski
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2012.329149
Abstract: Energy-time and momentum-position phase spaces defined by the electron orbits in the hydrogen-like atom exhibit special properties of equivalence. It is demonstrated that equivalence of the same kind can be obtained for the phase-space areas defined by the orbit pairs of planets, or satellites, which compose the solar system. In the choice of the examined areas it is useful to be guided by the Bohr-Sommerfeld atomic theory.
The Minimum Energy Principle in Description of Nonlinear Properties of Orthotropic Material  [PDF]
Tadeusz WEGNER, Dariusz KURPISZ
Advances in Materials Physics and Chemistry (AMPC) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ampc.2012.24B015
Abstract: In this paper the conception of theoretical determine the relations between material experimental characteristics is presented. On the base of stress-strain relations for nonlinear elastic anisotropic material and geometrical interpretation of deformation state, the general form of strain energy density function was introduced. Using this function and variational methods the relations between material characteristics were achieved. All considerations are illustrated by a short theoretical example.
A Static Phase Offset Reduction Technique for Multiplying Delay-Locked Loop  [PDF]
Xinjie Wang, Tadeusz Kwasniewski
Circuits and Systems (CS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/cs.2015.61002
Abstract: Static phase offset (SPO) in conventional multiplying delay-locked loops (MDLLs) dramatically degrades the deterministic jitter performance. To overcome the issue, this paper presents a new SPO reduction technique for MDLLs. The technique is based on the observation that the SPO of MDLL is mainly caused by the non-idealities on charge pump (e.g. sink and source current mismatch), and control line (e.g. gate leakage of loop filter and voltage controlled delay line (VCDL) control circuit). With a high gain stage inserting between phase detector/phase frequency detector (PD/PFD) and charge pump, the equivalent SPO has been decreased by a factor equal to the gain of the gain stage. The effectiveness of the proposed technique is validated by a Simulink model of MDLL. The equivalent SPO is measured by the power level of reference spur.
Energetic Nature of Rigidity  [PDF]
Zdzis?aw Pluta, Tadeusz Hryniewicz
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2012.37086
Abstract: The work is to present the energetic nature of the rigidity. It starts with the definition by introducing the notion of sensual magnitudes with the pyramidal structure of all surrounding magnitudes known by a human being. Next the selection of the subject is provided in view of a smooth categorization of magnitudes describing the reality. The adequate description of the considered mechanical phenomenon is presented by formulating general stiffness characteristics. There are several characteristics analyzed, both functional and parametric. An essential, quite a new one is the characteristic of stiffness energy measure which is the stiffness potential. The proper and gained stiffness potentials situated on stable and unstable potential fields have been analyzed. An example of using of this theory to practice is given. It has been referred to a cylindrical grinder case. The presented theory allowed describing the entire stiffness characteristics, including its initial very essential course which has been usually, though inequitably, extrapolated by a straight line segment coming out of zero point with zero coordinates.
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