Souaiby, Marianne Tanwani, Aneel Henrion, Didier

This article establishes the existence of a class of Lyapunov functions for analyzing the stability of a class of state-constrained systems, and it describes algorithms for their numerical computation. The system model consists of a differential equation coupled with a set-valued relation which introduces discontinuities in the vector field at the ...

Altman, Eitan Datar, Mandar Ferrat, Ghilas

There is a fast growing demand for mobile telephones. These rely on batteries to provide the power needed for transmission and for reception (up and downlink communications). Considering uplink, we analyse how the characteristics of the battery affect the amount of information that one can draw out from the terminal. We focus in particular on the i...

Sinchu, P. Stephen, Reuben G. Murthy, Chandra R. Coupechoux, Marceau

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Mazanti, Guilherme Boussaada, Islam Niculescu, Silviu-Iulian Chitour, Yacine

It has been observed in several recent works that, for some classes of linear time-delay systems, spectral values of maximal multiplicity are dominant, a property known as multiplicity-induced-dominancy (MID). This paper starts the investigation of whether MID holds for delay differential-algebraic systems by considering a single-delay system compo...

Calatroni, Luca Lanza, Alessandro Pragliola, Monica Sgallari, Fiorella

We propose an efficient estimation technique for the automatic selection of locally-adaptive Total Variation regularisation parameters based on an hybrid strategy which combines a local maximum-likelihood approach estimating space-variant image scales with a global discrepancy principle related to noise statistics. We verify the effectiveness of th...

Chedjou, Israël Tankam Grognard, Frédéric Tewa, Jean Jules Touzeau, Suzanne

In this paper we propose an eco-friendly optimization of banana or plantain yield by the control of the pest burrowing nematode \textit{Radopholus similis}. This control relies on fallow deployment, with greater respect for the environment than chemical methods. The optimization is based on a multi-seasonal model in which fallow periods follow crop...

Denoyelle, Quentin Pham, Thanh-An Del Aguila Pla, Pol Sage, Daniel Unser, Michael

We propose the use of Flat Metric to assess the performance of reconstruction methods for single-molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) in scenarios where the ground-truth is available. Flat Metric is intimately related to the concept of optimal transport between measures of different mass, providing solid mathematical foundations for SMLM evaluat...

Kitsos, Constantinos Besancon, Gildas Prieur, Christophe

The design problem of a high-gain observer is considered for some 2 × 2 and 3 × 3 semilinear reaction-diffusion systems, with possibly distinct diffusivities, and considering distributed measurement of part of the state. Due to limitations imposed by the parabolic operator, for the design of such an observer, an infinite-dimensional state transform...

Chitour, Yacine Mazanti, Guilherme Sigalotti, Mario

Given a discrete-time linear switched system $\Sigma(\mathcal A)$ associated with a finite set $\mathcal A$ of matrices, we consider the measures of its asymptotic behavior given by, on the one hand, its deterministic joint spectral radius $\rho_{\mathrm d}(\mathcal A)$ and, on the other hand, its probabilistic joint spectral radii $\rho_{\mathrm p...

Bakir, Toufik Bonnard, Bernard Gayrard, Sandrine Rouot, Jérémy

Recent mathematical nonlinear models allow to predict the muscular response to functional electrostimulation (FES) in the isometric case or non-isometric case, based on the seminal work of V. Hill. Physical controls are Dirac pulses and this leads to a sampled-data control system, where the output is the force response. In this article, our aim is ...