1998 OSU Control Workshop
April 18, 1998
- Since 1983 the Control Research Laboratory has sponsored the O.S.U.
Control Workshop. This workshop was an annual event until 1994. Starting
1996 it will be held every other year. It is a two-day gathering of control
groups from universities in Ohio and neighboring states, and from local
industry. It provides an informal exchange of ideas and recent developments
in control research and is particularly geared toward involvement of graduate
students. Recent meetings have typically involved about 80 participants
from various universities including Air Force Institute of Technology,
Carnegie Mellon University, Case Western University, Cleveland State University,
University of Cincinnati, Indiana University, University of Illinois, University
of Michigan, Michigan State University, University of Notre Dame, University
of Pittsburgh, Purdue University, University of Toledo, Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University, Washington University, and Wayne State
- Below, is the technical program for the 1998 Workshop.
- 8:25 Welcome: Professor Emeritus Carlin Weimer, The Ohio State University
- 8:30 "Internet-Based Remote Teleoperation"
- Dr. Tzyh-Jong Tarn, Professor, Washington University
9:30 Morning Break (Coffee, Tea and Donuts)
Morning Session: Dr. Dan Repperger, Air Force Research Laboratory,
- 9:50 "Control Problems for Planar Motion of a Rigid Body with
an Unactuated Internal Degree of Freedom"
- S. Cho, University of Michigan
- 10:10 "Robust Lyapunov-Based Design for Unmanned Underwater Vehicles"
- A. Serrani, Washington University
- 10:30 "Asymptotically Stabilizing Switching Scheme for Switched
Systems Consisting of Second-Order Unstable LTI Autonomous Subsystems"
- X. Xu, University of Notre Dame
- 10:50 "Learning Approach to Nonlinear Fault Diagnosis"
- A. Trunov, University of Cincinnati
- 11:10 "Computation of Feasibility Boundaries in Differential-Algebraic
Models of Power Systems"
- A. Ozcan, Washington University
- 11:30 "The NIST Real Time Control System (RCS) Software"
- M. Moore, The Ohio State University
11:50 Lunch and Laboratory Tours (Buffet style
lunch, served on site)
Afternoon Plenary and OSU Automated Highway System Development Project
- 1:30 "AHS Research at The Ohio State University and Demo '97"
- Prof. Ümit Özgüner, Professor, Director, Center for
Intelligent Transportation Systems, The Ohio State University
- 2:10 "The OSU Intelligent Cars and Demo '97 Scenario Implementation"
- K. Redmill, Ohio State University
- 2:30 "Vehicle Based Sensor Fusion and Fault Tolerance"
- S. Schneider, Ohio State University
- 2:50 "AHS Lateral Control and Lane Change"
- C. Hatipoglu, Ohio State University
3:10 Afternoon Break (Coffee, Tea and Soft Drinks)
Afternoon Session: Dr. Laszlo M. Hideg, Lawrence Technological Univ.,
- 3:30 "Liveness of Ordinary Petri Nets"
- K. He, University of Notre Dame
- 3:50 "Numerical Solutions of the Hamilton-Jacobi Equations Arising
in Nonlinear H and Optimal Control"
- J. Markman, Washington University
- 4:10 "Interference, Unlearning, and Localization in On-Line Training
of Neural Networks"
- S. Weaver, University of Cincinnati
- 4:30 "A Decomposition Approach to Output Tracking for Multivariable
Nonlinear Nonminimum Phase Systems"
- S. Al-Hiddabi, University of Michigan
- 4:50 "Block-Control Principle for Nonminimum Phase Multidimensional
- H-C. Chang, Ohio State University
- 5:10 "State Space Modelling for a Supersonic Mixed-Compression
- K. Moore, University of Cincinnati