Inside the canal, irregular three-dimensional structures occur that cannot be modelled accurately using classical one-dimensional network concepts. This article about a Bavarian building or structure is a stub.
Such systems are typically described by di? However, this does notautomaticallymeanthatdi? Instead, this book and recent approaches in literature show that supervision tasks do in general not require the use of such precise modelsasdi? Thisisofinterestbecauseuncertainties,t- ically occurring in supervision, make the use of precise models very di? Alternative approaches therefore use less precise models such as discrete— event descriptions to solve supervision tasks on a higher level of abstraction.
Discrete—event descriptions in form of automata are one of the key elements of this book. To reach this higher level of abstraction, uncertainties by qu- tisation are introduced on purpose, taking into account a loss of precision. This is one of the main di? When using nume- calmodelsliketransferfunctionsordi? Not so here, where the system is described on a qualitative level on which uncertainties are naturally incorporated. The book presents a new way to describe systems for supervision.
Preparing this book I learned that the key to solve supervision problems is simplicity. Recent results in the development and application of analysis and design techniques for the control of multivariable systems are discussed in this volume. The sound pressure pT at the human eardrum has essential advantages as reference signal in audiological and psychoacoustical experiments. Unfortunately, precise pressure measurements very close to the tympanic membrane are difficult.
In practice, the microphone has to be positioned at a certain distance from the eardrum. The measured pressure then has to be transformed to the eardrum. As a "classical" approach for the estimation of the necessary transfer function, an acoustical network model of the ear canal is developed from geometrical data of the canal cross-sectional area function which is in turn determined from measurements of its acoustical input impedance.
Such methods, however, do not provide robust results. Today's appearance, especially that of the gables, is due to a renovation between and Several wall reliefs that show themes from the Old Testament were carved by Georg Schweiger 17th century from Amberg.
The castle's extensive archives date back to the 16th century, and have been available at the state archives in Amberg since A substantial part of the area housing the archives was supposedly used to accommodate horses of French troops passing through in The whereabouts of the castle's library were unknown until an article in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 28 October , p.
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