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by Petru Andrei,Mihai Dimian

eBook Noise-Driven Phenomena in Hysteretic Systems (Signals and Communication Technology) download ISBN: 1461413737
Author: Petru Andrei,Mihai Dimian
Publisher: Springer; 2014 edition (November 5, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 233
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Noise-Driven Phenomena in Hysteretic Systems provides a general approach to nonlinear systems with hysteresis driven by noisy inputs, which leads to a unitary framework for the analysis of various stochastic aspects of hysteresis.

Noise-Driven Phenomena in Hysteretic Systems provides a general approach to nonlinear systems with hysteresis driven by noisy inputs, which leads to a unitary framework for the analysis of various stochastic aspects of hysteresis. This book includes integral, differential and algebraic models that are used to describe scalar and vector hysteretic nonlinearities originating from various areas of science and engineering

Phenomena in Hysteretic Systems - Signals and Communication Technology 218 (Hardback)

Noise-Driven Phenomena in Hysteretic Systems - Signals and Communication Technology 218 (Hardback). Dimian Mihai (author), Andrei Petru (author).

This chapter analyzes noise driven relaxation phenomena in scalar and vector hysteretic systems. In: Noise-Driven Phenomena in Hysteretic Systems. Signals and Communication Technology, vol 218. Springer, New York, NY. First Online 05 November 2013.

Phenomena in Hysteretic Systems - Signals and Communication Technology 218 (Paperback)

Noise-Driven Phenomena in Hysteretic Systems - Signals and Communication Technology 218 (Paperback). Mihai Dimian (author), Andrei Petru (author). This book includes integral, differential and algebraic models that are used to describe scalar and vector hysteretic nonlinearities originating from various areas of science and engineering.

by Mihai Dimian,Petru Andrei. Signals and Communication Technology (Book 218). by Mihai Dimian,Petru Andrei.

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Noise-induced resonance has been found in numerous nonlinear systems from various areas of science and technology. However, most of these systems can be theoretically framed into two-state models or simple variants thereof. Stochastic resonance phenomena in complex hysteretic systems driven by noisy oscillatory inputs are found and analyzed emphasizing the influence of noise color on resonance characteristics. Noise-induced resonance has been found in numerous nonlinear systems from various areas of science and technology

This chapter analyzes noise driven relaxation phenomena in scalar and vector hysteretic systems. The analysis is performed only in the time domain without making any reference to the frequency domain. Analytical and numerical results are presented for most hysteretic models introduced in the first chapter. Noise-induced resonance has been found in numerous nonlinear systems from various areas of science and technology.

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Noise-Driven Phenomena in Hysteretic Systems provides a general approach to nonlinear systems with hysteresis driven by noisy inputs, which leads to a unitary framework for the analysis of various stochastic aspects of hysteresis. This book includes integral, differential and algebraic models that are used to describe scalar and vector hysteretic nonlinearities originating from various areas of science and engineering. The universality of the authors approach is also reflected by the diversity of the models used to portray the input noise, from the classical Gaussian white noise to its impulsive forms, often encountered in economics and biological systems, and pink noise, ubiquitous in multi-stable electronic systems. The book is accompanied by HysterSoft© - a robust simulation environment designed to perform complex hysteresis modeling – that can be used by the reader to reproduce many of the results presented in the book as well as to research both disruptive and constructive effects of noise in hysteretic systems.