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This paper is concerned with modelling of the front end of an aircraft pilot flight control system's behav iour using a nonlinear system identification technique known as parallel cascade identification. Using this technique, we are able to model a critical part of a pi lot flight control system...
In this paper, a method for simulating micro processor systems using modern spreadsheet programs is presented. The microprocessor architecture is depicted in one sheet and used to simulate the result of a step-by-step program execution. This simulation allows the user to write a program on a...
In order to enhance fidelity and reduce confusion through compensation of vision, it is necessary to investigate three-dimensional acoustic simulation over headphones based on virtual environments. Localization cues that can provide positional infor mation such as head-related transfer function,...
Model name "simFamily." This program is a model of a complex family economy. It first presents a defined family consisting of three family members (husband, wife, child) and a family pet (dog). The program prompts for different scenarios for this family's life time. After entering the different...
A computational finite element analysis (FEA) model was created for buckling analysis of the stud-spacer assembly used in the construction of building walls, using a commercial software. The numerical simulation results show that the number of spacers used in the stud assembly, as well as the...
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