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IEEE CS Magazine June 2009



, "IEEE Control Systems Magazine - cover," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.c1-c1, June 2009
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, "Table of contents," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.2-2, 4, June 2009
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Bernstein, D.S., "Symmetric serpents [From the Editor]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.6-7, June 2009
Abstract: You may or may not have a read a delightful children's book titled Mr. Slow. The "problem" with poor Mr. Slow is that he does everything, well, slowly. He's a kindly man who can't find his proper place in the world due to his unusual trait, until he finds out that he's ideally suited for the patiencedemanding task of driving a steam roller.
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Bernstein, D.S., "What if [About this Issue]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.8-10, June 2009
Abstract: Years after taking a course in fluid dynamics, it occurred to me that the wind and temperature of the daily weather are variables in a fluid system that I happen to live inside of. The dynamics of this fluid system, governed by Euler, Navier-Stokes, and thermodynamic equations, are yet more complicated than textbook fluid dynamics due to rain, snow, and hail, all happening globally and at a wide range of altitudes. The gentle or strong wind I feel at any given moment is just a sampling of the velocity field at that location and instant; in other words, when you experience the weather, you're collecting data.
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Samad, T., "Impact, outreach, connections [President's Message]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.12, 14-14, 111, June 2009
Abstract: I am anticipating this issue's deadline for my column as I fly back from San Juan, Puerto Rico, after attending the first meeting of the 2009 IEEE Technical Activities Board (TAB).
San Juan, as an aside, is the second-oldest European-established city in the Americas (and if you're the kind of trivia buff who wants to know what's the first one, the answer can be found below!).
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, "Call for papers on 2010 American Control Conference," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.13-13, June 2009
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Tabak, D., "25 years ago," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.15-15, June 2009
Abstract: This letter to the editor is reprinted from IEEE Control Systems Magazine, vol. 4, p. 30, May 1984. Contributed by Kent Lundberg.
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, "Feedback," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.16-16, June 2009
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Isaiah, P., "Controlled parking [Ask the Experts]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.17-21, 132, June 2009
Abstract: In this issue of IEEE Control Systems Magazine, we invite Pantelis Isaiah of Queen's University to respond to a query on the system known as the nonholonomic integrator.
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Ge, S.S., "Technical Committee on CACSD [Technical Committee Activities]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.22-23, 111, June 2009
Abstract: The IEEE CSS Technical Committee on Computer-Aided Control System Design (TC-CACSD) is dedicated to providing focused information to researchers and practitioners who are interested in various aspects of software and numerical developments in systems control.
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Stengel, R.; Grover, M., "People in control [including New IEEE Fellow and Meet the New CSM Associate Editors]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.24-33, June 2009
Abstract: In this issue of IEEE Control Systems Magazine (CSM), we speak with Robert Stengel, a professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University, and Martha (Gallivan) Grover, an assistant professor in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Georgia Tech. We also announce the CSS members elected to the grade of IEEE Fellow for 2009 and introduce the new CSM associate editors.
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Lakshmivarahan, S.; Stensrud, D., "Ensemble Kalman filter," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.34-46, June 2009
Abstract: Meteorological models are used to predict the weather, study atmospheric processes, and provide input to decision makers on the consequences of increased greenhouse gas emissions to the Earth's climate. Predictions of future atmospheric states are accomplished as an initial value or marching problem, where the initial atmospheric state is specified and the variables are advanced in time using numerical techniques. The challenge of data assimilation in meteorology is to estimate, based on a set of limited observations of varying types, the complete three-dimensional atmospheric state at a given time to provide an initial value for a meteorological model.
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Mandel, J.; Beezley, J.D.; Coen, J.L.; Minjeong Kim, "Data assimilation for wildland fires," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.47-65, June 2009
Abstract: Two wildland fire models and methods for assimilating data in those models are presented. The EnKF is implemented ina distributed-memory high-performance computing environment. Data assimilation methods are developed combining EnKF with Tikhonov regularization to avoid nonphysical states and with the ideas of registration and morphing from image processing to allow large position corrections. The data assimilation methods can track the data even in the presence of large corrections, while avoiding divergence. The methods can assimilate gridded data, but the assimilation of station data and steering of data acquisition is left to future developments. A semi-empirical fire spread model is implemented by the level-set method and coupled with the WRF model.
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Anderson, J.L., "Ensemble Kalman filters for large geophysical applications," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.66-82, June 2009
Abstract: At the same time that the Kalman filter (KF) was being developed, the United States produced its first operationally useful numerical weather prediction in 1958 using a single-layer barotropic model. Over the next 40 years, incredible increases in computing power have allowed numerical weather prediction (NWP) models to become far larger and more comprehensive so that modern models have tens of millions of state variables. Throughout this period, operational NWP models always taxed the capabilities of the largest computer systems available.
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Evensen, G., "The ensemble Kalman filter for combined state and parameter estimation," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.82-104, June 2009
Abstract: This article provides a fundamental theoretical basis for understanding EnKF and serves as a useful text for future users. Data assimilation and parameter-estimation problems are explained, and the concept of joint parameter and state estimation, which can be solved using ensemble methods, is presented. KF and EKF are briefly discussed before introducing and deriving EnKF. Similarities and differences between KF and EnKF are pointed out. The benefits of using EnKF with high-dimensional and highly nonlinear dynamical models are illustrated by examples. EnKF and EnKS are also derived from Bayes theorem, using a probabilistic approach. The derivation is based on the assumption that measurement errors are independent in time and the model represents a Markov process, which allows for Bayes theorem to be written in a recursive form, where measurements are processed sequentially in time. The practical implementation of the analysis scheme isdiscussed, and it is shown that it can be computed efficiently in the space spanned by the ensemble realizations. The square root scheme is discussed as an alternative method that avoids the perturbation of measurements. However, the square root scheme has other pitfalls, and it is recommended to use the symmetric square root with or without a random rotation. The random rotation introduces a stochastic component to the update, and the quality of the scheme may then not improve compared to the original stochastic EnKF scheme with perturbed measurements.
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Laks, J.H.; Pao, L.Y., "Optimal Control of Wind Energy Systems: Towards a Global Approach (Munteanu, I. et al.; 2008) [Bookshelf]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.105-108, June 2009
Abstract: This book is organized into eight chapters and three appendices. The first three chapters introduce wind energy and discuss modeling of both the wind and wind turbines, while the next three chapters discuss basic and advanced controllers for wind turbines. The last two chapters outline experimental systems for validating control algorithms and give some general conclusions. The appendices provide the wind turbine parameters considered in particular case studies, give an overview of the main ideas behind three advanced control methodologies, and present some photos and diagrams of experimental evaluation testbeds. This book provides a reasonably good overview of wind energy systems for control engineers, but being a monograph, it is not comprehensive enough to be the sole source of information for control researchers wanting to move into the wind energy area.
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Paoli, A.; Wu, N.E., "Introduction to Discrete Event Systems, Second Edition (Cassandras, C.G. et al.; 2008) [Bookshelf]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.108-110, June 2009
Abstract: This book covers, in a progressively refined manner, concepts, theories, and methods for modeling, control, and performance analysis of discrete event systems. The book contains two complete instructional paths: chapters 2-5 for deterministic discrete event systems and chapters 6-11 for stochastic discrete event systems. Two appendices are included: "Review of Probability Theory" and "IPA Estimator." The presentation of the material is both intuitive and formal. It follows along a homogeneous path of progressively refined models of discrete event systems, from untimed to timed and from deterministic to stochastic. The logic development is clear, mathematically rigorous, and supplied with a wide range of examples. This is among the best books for both instructional and research purposes.
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Krstic, M., "Conference reports [including A workshop in honor of A.V. Balakrishnan and MED'08]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.112-118, June 2009
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Baillieul, J., "CDC/CCC 2009--A Shanghai Journey [CDC Preview]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.119-130, June 2009
Abstract: The IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) will be held December 16-19, 2009, in conjunction with the Chinese Control Conference (CCC) in the historically important Chinese city of commerce, Shanghai.
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, "Conference calendar (2009-2010)," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.131-132, June 2009
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, "Advertisement [Proceedings of the IEEE]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.133-133, June 2009
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, "IEEE Control Systems Society," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.134-134, June 2009
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Fu, H., "Clear leadership [Random Inputs]," Control Systems Magazine, IEEE , vol.29, no.3, pp.136-136, June 2009
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