The Resource Some problems in the theory of engineering systems (geometric approaches), editors, Alexander Milnikov and Archil Prangishvil (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)
Some problems in the theory of engineering systems (geometric approaches), editors, Alexander Milnikov and Archil Prangishvil (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)
 Summary
 It has been proven that to any electric circuit there exists a corresponding two pairs of conjugate linear vector spaces. One of these pairs is generated by a homological group, while the other is cohomological. A new method of analysis of mechanical and electric circuits is proposed, which consists of representing the main variables and matrices of oscillatory circuits in terms of manydimensional tensor objects. A solution is obtained for the problem of defining eigenvalues of pureloop and purenode circuits. A new method is developed for defining a full range of eigenvalues of linear oscil
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 eng
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 Circuit tensor theory
 Topological fundamentals of the tensor circuit theory
 Topological invariants of circuits (power invariants)
 Operations of node division and connection
 Theoretical foundations of method of solving the complete problem on eigenvalues for manydimensional oscillatory systems
 Some new results on estimation of roots of characteristic polynomials
 Algorithm of the new method of solution of the generalized problem on eigenvalues of manydimensional electrical circuits
 Examples
 Solution of inverse and theory of spatial rotations group
 Solution of the inverse problem of kinematics of multijoint spatial mechanisms
 A new algorithm of spatial rotations terminal control
 Control of terminal states of spatial rotations of robotmanipulators
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 9781629480350
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 Some problems in the theory of engineering systems (geometric approaches)
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 Some problems in the theory of engineering systems (geometric approaches)
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 editors, Alexander Milnikov and Archil Prangishvil (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 It has been proven that to any electric circuit there exists a corresponding two pairs of conjugate linear vector spaces. One of these pairs is generated by a homological group, while the other is cohomological. A new method of analysis of mechanical and electric circuits is proposed, which consists of representing the main variables and matrices of oscillatory circuits in terms of manydimensional tensor objects. A solution is obtained for the problem of defining eigenvalues of pureloop and purenode circuits. A new method is developed for defining a full range of eigenvalues of linear oscil
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 TA347.G46
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 Some problems in the theory of engineering systems (geometric approaches), editors, Alexander Milnikov and Archil Prangishvil (Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia)
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 Circuit tensor theory  Topological fundamentals of the tensor circuit theory  Topological invariants of circuits (power invariants)  Operations of node division and connection  Theoretical foundations of method of solving the complete problem on eigenvalues for manydimensional oscillatory systems  Some new results on estimation of roots of characteristic polynomials  Algorithm of the new method of solution of the generalized problem on eigenvalues of manydimensional electrical circuits  Examples  Solution of inverse and theory of spatial rotations group  Solution of the inverse problem of kinematics of multijoint spatial mechanisms  A new algorithm of spatial rotations terminal control  Control of terminal states of spatial rotations of robotmanipulators
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