Mechanics of Control Dynamics
Control is considered from the viewpoint of dynamics. Causality between dynamics is required to establish control. Thus control can be discussed as a dynamical behaviour of a system. A mathematical description for such control is presented. Numerical results using one-dimensional oscillator maps are shown to demonstrate that the concepts considered here can provide effective control. The control revealed from dynamics is called control dynamics.
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|Book Title:||Maddess T, Nagai Y, Victor JD, Taylor RRL. Multi-level isotrigon textures. JOSA, 2007; A24:278-293. Nagai Y, Maddess T, Hyde S. The oscillatory features of triangular and square prism oscillator networks. Mem Kokushikan U Cent Inform Sci, 2005; 26:1-16. Nagai Y, Maddess T. Input effects and receptor responses of triangular oscillator networks. Mem Kokushikan U Cent Inform Sci, 2006; 27:1-13.|
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