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Towards control and design of pulse-based systems

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Systems transmitting pulses have become in the past decades subject to an intense study in a variety of fields, from neuroscience to telecommunication to theoretical physics. Mathematically, they are modeled by nonlinear differential equations whose solutions possess properties seen in linear systems, such as a superposition principle or reflections, underscoring the need for the development of new tools in nonlinear systems theory to handle them. Adopting the point of view of Hamiltonian mechanics, we will present a few results towards this ambitious goal. Our results are motivated by the development of models that support pulse propagation in complex interconnected networks. These models respect energy conservation, come with a set of rules for interconnectability and more faithfully reproduce the wave forms that are commonly seen in experiments.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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