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Gulf Coast Green 2013
Track 1 Green at Home Reading Room-2nd FL
Track 2 Green on the Outside Meldrum Room
Track 3 Green on the Inside Auditorium
[Materials & Systems]
Track 4 Green Under the Hood Reynolds Room
Breakfast Keynote 8:00-10:00am
Barbara Campagna and Ellen Dunham-Jones
Session 1 - 1 hour session 10:30-11:30am
Matthew Pelz Chris Arneson Chula Ross Sanchez Brax Easterwood The Green Revival House
Christof Spieler A Green Toolkit for Existing Neighborhoods
Wendy Heger Natalye Appel, Barry Moore, Mark Crippen, Ernesto Maldonado Historic Preservation in the Houston Public Library System
Federico Marquez The Greenest Restaurant Bill Neuhaus and Mindy Melchum COH Permitting Center
Session 2 - lunch session 12:00-1:30pm
Katrin Klingenberg Passive House Principles for Hot Humid Climates
Thomas Colbert Storm Surge and Flood Protection
Dirk Kestner Incorporating Life Cycle Assessment Rives Taylor and Sven Govaars Addressing Human Well-Being ...
6th WSEAS International Conference on SYSTEM SCIENCE and SIMULATION in ENGINEERING, Venice, Italy, November 21-23, 2007
A Solution to the Discrete Optimal Tracking Problem for Linear Systems
CORNELIU BOTAN, FLORIN OSTAFI Dept. of Automatic Control and Industrial Informatics "Gh. Asachi" Technical University of Iasi Bd. Mangeron. 53A, Iasi ROMANIA
Abstract: The paper establishes a new procedure to obtain the solution for the discrete optimal tracking problem based on dynamic programming. The optimal control refers to a quadratic criterion with finite final time, regarding a perturbed time-invariant linear system. The proposed algorithm can be easier implemented by comparison with other procedures. Key-Words: optimal control, linear quadratic, tracking problem
A perturbed discrete linear invariant multivariable system is considered
completely observable, the problem can be reformulated as one referring to the state vector , and thus the criterion is
J= 1 T x (k f )S x(k ) + z )Sz(k - )SCx ...