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( 0 , 1 ) -matrices, discrepancy and preservers

LeRoy B. Beasley (2019)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

Let m and n be positive integers, and let R = ( r 1 , ... , r m ) and S = ( s 1 , ... , s n ) be nonnegative integral vectors. Let A ( R , S ) be the set of all m × n ( 0 , 1 ) -matrices with row sum vector R and column vector...

An algebraic construction of discrete wavelet transforms

Jaroslav Kautský (1993)

Applications of Mathematics

Discrete wavelets are viewed as linear algebraic transforms given by banded orthogonal matrices which can be built up from small matrix blocks satisfying certain conditions. A generalization of the finite support Daubechies wavelets is discussed and some special cases promising more rapid signal reduction are derived.

Approximating real linear operators

Marko Huhtanen, Olavi Nevanlinna (2007)

Studia Mathematica

A framework to extend the singular value decomposition of a matrix to a real linear operator : p is suggested. To this end real linear operators called operets are introduced, to have an appropriate generalization of rank-one matrices. Then, adopting the interpretation of the singular value decomposition of a matrix as providing its nearest small rank approximations, ℳ is approximated with a sum of operets.

Calculation of industrial robot trajectory in frame composite production

Mlýnek, Jaroslav, Martinec, Tomáš, Petrů, Michal (2017)

Programs and Algorithms of Numerical Mathematics

This article is focused on calculating the trajectory of an industrial robot in the production of composites for the automotive industry. The production technology is based on the winding of carbon fibres on a polyurethane frame. The frame is fastened to the end-effector of the robot arm (i.e. robot-end-effector, REE). The passage of the frame through the fibre processing head is determined by the REE trajectory. The position of the fibre processing head is fixed and is composed of three fibre guide...

Characterization of diffeomorphisms that are symplectomorphisms

Stanisław Janeczko, Zbigniew Jelonek (2009)

Fundamenta Mathematicae

Let ( X , ω X ) and ( Y , ω Y ) be compact symplectic manifolds (resp. symplectic manifolds) of dimension 2n > 2. Fix 0 < s < n (resp. 0 < k ≤ n) and assume that a diffeomorphism Φ : X → Y maps all 2s-dimensional symplectic submanifolds of X to symplectic submanifolds of Y (resp. all isotropic k-dimensional tori of X to isotropic tori of Y). We prove that in both cases Φ is a conformal symplectomorphism, i.e., there is a constant c ≠0 such that Φ * ω Y = c ω X .

Complementary matrices in the inclusion principle for dynamic controllers

Lubomír Bakule, José Rodellar, Josep M. Rossell (2003)


A generalized structure of complementary matrices involved in the input-state- output Inclusion Principle for linear time-invariant systems (LTI) including contractibility conditions for static state feedback controllers is well known. In this paper, it is shown how to further extend this structure in a systematic way when considering contractibility of dynamic controllers. Necessary and sufficient conditions for contractibility are proved in terms of both unstructured and block structured complementary...

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