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• ...ry solutions to the chemical master equation by gluing state spaces at one or two states recursively ...simple state spaces together, for which we have analytic solutions, at one or two states.
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• <font size="-2"># Masters or Engineers degree &nbsp;&nbsp; * Co-advised student</font> <tr><td>[http://www.cds.caltech.edu/~izi/ Yizhar Or] (2007-09)</td></tr>
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• ...e fit for each project. We will then contact you and ask for you to meet (or talk with) possible co-mentors so that we can eventually work out who we wi
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• ...where randomness is introduced by choice to give robustness, scalability, or simply to explore control strategies. However, many of the ideas come from
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• system can have discrete state, or be a hybrid dynamical uncontrollable variables that take discrete or continuous values,
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• ...her expressly or implied, of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency or the U.S. Government..
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• ...ted to bring their projects to [[GC:TRL|TRL]] 4 (prototype implementation) or higher in the first term, using the tools from CS/EE/ME 75. ...projects should be advanced to [[GC:TRL|TRL]] 4 (prototyle implementation) or higher in the first term, using the tools from CS/EE/ME 75.
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• ..., when appropriate. Objectives are something that you can measure whether or not it has been completed. They should support the overall goals, but shou * ''Approach'' - a list of activities or strategies that you plan to implement to overcome the technical challenges.
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• * Technical Approach: Describe in detail the basic science and/or engineering research to be undertaken. State the objective and approach, in ...tems supporting and/or necessary for the use of the research, results, and/or prototype. Any data rights asserted in other parts of the proposal that wou
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• '''Q: Is the condition given by Jadbabaei and Hauser and example of a CLF or the definition of a CLF?''' ...mplicitly the case whenever you see an integral cost of the form $x^T Q x$ or a terminal cost $x^T(T) P_1 x(T)$, both of which are minimized when $x$ is
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• ...uch of the lecture material. There is no required homework and no midterm or final exam. Course grades will be based on a course project. ...n the course will demonstrate their knowledge of the material by analyzing or implementing a networked control system algorithm. Two testbeds are availa
8 KB (1,152 words) - 00:15, 3 April 2010
• 12pm: Optional group lunch - Chandler, or walk to Lake street? 3 pm - Project discussions (with co-mentors) at CDS tea and/or initial experiments
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• ** As components move, appear, or disappear, command and control systems must adapt ￼to use currently avail
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• ...ting of higher level functions (where highly detailed models are too large or too slow to allow exploration of the relevant design space). </p>
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• ...'' (2008) and ''Biomolecular Feedback Systems'' (2014). He has supervised or co-supervised 40 PhD students and 20 postdocs. In 2006, Murray received th Professor Murray serves or has served on numerous advisory committees for the Jet Propulsion Laborator
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• ...[#Course Project|course project]] will not be required to take the midterm or final. Instead, two project reports will be due documenting the experiment ...nd should be done individually. Use of written solutions from prior years or other sources is not allowed.
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• ...ith no delays due to weather anyplace in the country except your departure or arrival city. Supply chains and the power grid could probably benefit from ...ly modify microbiological organisms so that they produce certain chemicals or change their behavior. Can we redesign the control systems in bacteria (inc
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• <!-- {\em All students must show up for office hours or ...rinted and turned in with the problem set (whether the problem asks for it or not).
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• ...probability and statistics: ACM 104, ACM/EE 106 ab, ACM/EE 116, ACM/CS 157 or equivalent. Models in applied mathematics often have input parameters that ...nd Applications'''. 9 units (3-0-6); second term. Prerequisite: ACM/EE 116 or equivalent. Stable laws, Markov chains, classification of states, ergodicit
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• work are required and two or more years are usually needed for .../s>}} or Ma 147 ab; CDS 201 {{delete|or AM 125 abc}} or Ma 108 ab; CDS 202 or Ma 109 ab.
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• ...lections of molecules that may perform a computation, fabricate an object, or control a system of molecular sensors and actuators. This project aims to d
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• Here are some of the basic functions that are (or will be) available in the package:
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• ...ationary solutions to the chemical master equation by gluing graphs at one or two vertices
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• This page has information on undergraduate who I have advised or supervised over the years. This list is not yet complete; if you see a nam
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• These are people who have visited my research group and/or CDS over the years.
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• either due to limitations on power, physical size or choice of computing
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• ...midterm or final exam. Students will be required to work on an individual or team course project.
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• future behavior and/or design systems that behave reliably in the ...a-driven modeling), IDS 150 (decision systems). Students who have had one or more of these courses prior to entering the program would be allowed to ski
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• ...t works and fill in your name. If none of the times work, send me e-mail (or find someone else who has a slot that does work and see if you can switch).
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• ...ctivity. Maybe a trip to the dunes or swim or surf, conditions permitting, or a hike. ...Make sure you wear comfortable clothes that you are not afraid of staining or ruining. Also, note that you might want to change after the ride...
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• ...processor is available, that has full information (be it through modelling or observation) about the system. In cooperative multi-agent systems and netwo
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• ...ly motivated human subjects may generate dynamic patterns of data that may or may not converge to predictions based on standard equilibrium theories, e.g ...has been to find a satisfactory answer to the question of "what to send", or equivalently "how to shape the information/sensor and control signals" so a
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• #*After people start registering, we can make these a day or two before the workshop ...ether projector is working in BIA. If yes, we will not need to rent screen or projector.
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• ...t works and fill in your name. If none of the times work, send me e-mail (or find someone else who has a slot that does work and see if you can switch).
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• * Scripting or other more complicated programming functions The software costs about \$1500 for a node-locked license or key-based license.
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• ...n - sweep through initial conditions and use Bayesian network analysis and/or theorem postulators (eureqa) to enumerate states ...and thus provides consistent performance independent of downstream loading or cellular context (cell strain, growth media)
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• ...he paper should be of interest to the community represented by the journal or conference. ...e review that gets sent to the authors should not explicitly recommend for or against publication, but rather give the assessment (against the criteria a
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• ...r term still get involved with the project. In particular, for sophomores or juniors with a heavy course load, it is possible to take the course at the ...project meeting and be a member of either a design team, supporting team, or both.
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• ...nd adjust their motion to either move toward the signal (chemoattractants) or away from the signal (chemorepellants). The chemotaxis system in ''E. coli ...andom motions causing the average behavior to be either positive, negative or neutral (in the absence of stimuli).
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• available (e.g. batteries or solar cells) or the physical size of the either due to limitations on power, physical size or choice of computing
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• ...ases will reveal a number of deficiencies. Thus, a new model structure and/or a new experimental design must be planned, and the process is repeated iter
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• ...t will be measured, including cell-to-cell variability (via flow cytometry or microscopy). ...d to decide whether to run same cells from plate reader or a separate set (or subset)
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• ...third terms. Prerequisites: Ma 1 abc, Ma 2 ab (may be taken concurrently), or equivalents. First term: complex analysis: analyticity, Laurent series, sin ...ond, third terms. Prerequisites: Ma 1 abc, Ma 2 ab, ACM 11, ACM 95/100 abc or equivalent. The sequence covers the introductory methods in both theory and
15 KB (2,009 words) - 18:03, 14 November 2010
• ...d courses: ACM 116, CDS 140a, CDS 201, CDS 202 + 5 additional courses (CDS or math/applied math)
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• ...resolved through the IPT, in coordination with the relevant subsystems and/or teams. ...ilities that we install equipment in, and maintaining any Caltech vehicles or equipment that is used as part of the course. We need 2-3 students for the
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• ...tems and teams, with linkages between teams with overlapping functionality or interfaces * Develop analytical or computational models demonstrating that specifications can be met
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• balance on any one of its edges or corners using six rotating
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• ...ged. You may consult outside reference materials, other students, the TA, or the instructor. Use of solutions from previous years in the course is not
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• ...ll be done on campus under the direct supervision of the thesis supervisor or another faculty member (e.g.,a post-doc). The student is responsible for fi ...m 1 below. Please check grammar and spelling and do not use colloquialisms or any sort of local dialects. Every student will benefit greatly from reading
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• Make sure to give a thorough answer (not just yes or no).
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• has a zero at <amsmath>s = j \omega</amsmath> or <amsmath>\widehat C</amsmath> has a pole at <amsmath>s = j\omega</amsmath>.
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