Systems Theory and Engineering
Online Seminars in Systems Theory and Engineering Centred at AEDT time-zone.
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Date and Time: Friday, December 18, 2020 at 1300 AEDT Speaker: Adeel Akhtar, York University, Canada Title: Nonlinear and geometric controls for a class of mobile robots Abstract: Most conventional control methods deal with stabilizing a given system about a point or some trajectory in the output space. An alternative formulation is stabilizing a subsetContinue reading “Talk: Adeel Akhtar, Nonlinear and geometric controls for a class of mobile robots”
Date and Time: Friday, December 4, 2020 at 1300 AEDT Speaker: Jason Ford, QUT Title: Bayesian quickest change detection and insufficiently informative measurements. Abstract: This talk considers the problem of quickly detecting a possible change (or a change point) in the distribution of a sequentially observed process. We begin by introducing the Quickest Change DetectionContinue reading “Talk: Jason Ford, Bayesian quickest change detection and insufficiently informative measurements.”
Date and Time: Friday, October 30, 2020 at 1300 AEDT Speaker: Brian Anderson, The Australian National University Title: Determining Causality Abstract: A control systems problem addressed several decades ago was to determine from measurements on different parts of a system whether there was feedback present in the system or not. Such problems as it turned outContinue reading “Talk: Brian Anderson, Determining Causality”
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