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Publications about 'Distributed systems theory'
Theses
  1. G. Hariharan. Transition to elastic turbulence in channel flows. PhD thesis, University of Minnesota, 2020. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Computational tools for spatially distributed systems, Flow modeling and control, Viscoelastic fluids, Input-output analysis, Elastic turbulence, Transition to turbulence, Uncertainty quantification in PDEs, Spatio-temporal impulse responses, Spatio-temporal frequency responses, Spectral integration method. [bibtex-entry]


  2. W. Ran. Modeling and analysis of parallel and spatially-evolving wall-bounded shear flows. PhD thesis, University of Southern California, 2020. Keyword(s): Boundary layers, Boundary layer receptivity, Control-oriented modeling, Distributed systems, Drag reduction, Energy amplification, Floquet theory, Flow modeling and control, Free-stream turbulence, Low-complexity modeling, Navier-Stokes equations, Parabolized Floquet equations, Parabolized stability equations, Riblets, Sensor-free flow control, Spatially-evolving flows, Spatially-periodic systems, Spatio-temporal frequency responses, Stochastically-forced Navier-Stokes equations, Transition to turbulence, Turbulence modeling. [bibtex-entry]


  3. B. K. Lieu. Dynamics and control of Newtonian and viscoelastic fluids. PhD thesis, University of Minnesota, 2014. Keyword(s): Drag reduction, Controlling the onset of turbulence, Control of turbulent flows, Flow modeling and control, Navier-Stokes equations, Spatially-periodic systems, Traveling waves, Vibrational control, Distributed systems theory, Computational tools for spatially distributed systems, Uncertainty quantification in PDEs, Viscoelastic fluids, Input-output analysis, Elastic turbulence, Transition to turbulence, Worst-case amplification. [bibtex-entry]


  4. M. R. Jovanovic. Modeling, analysis, and control of spatially distributed systems. PhD thesis, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2004. Keyword(s): Architectural issues in distributed control design, Control of vehicular formations, Distributed systems theory, Flow modeling and control, Navier-Stokes equations. [bibtex-entry]


Journal articles
  1. G. Hariharan, S. Kumar, and M. R. Jovanovic. Well-conditioned ultraspherical and spectral integration methods for resolvent analysis of channel flows of Newtonian and viscoelastic fluids. J. Comput. Phys., 439:110241 (25 pages), August 2021. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Computational tools for spatially distributed systems, Flow modeling and control, Input-output analysis, Spatio-temporal frequency responses, Spectral integration method, Uncertainty quantification in PDEs. [bibtex-entry]


  2. W. Ran, A. Zare, M. J. P. Hack, and M. R. Jovanovic. Modeling mode interactions in boundary layer flows via Parabolized Floquet Equations. Phys. Rev. Fluids, 4(2):023901 (22 pages), February 2019. Keyword(s): Boundary layers, Control-oriented modeling, Distributed systems, Floquet theory, H-type transition, Laminar streaks, Parabolized Floquet equations, Parabolized stability equations, Periodic systems, Transition to turbulence. [bibtex-entry]


  3. W. Ran, A. Zare, M. J. P. Hack, and M. R. Jovanovic. Stochastic receptivity analysis of boundary layer flow. Phys. Rev. Fluids, 4(9):093901 (28 pages), September 2019. Keyword(s): Boundary layers, Boundary layer receptivity, Control-oriented modeling, Distributed systems, Energy amplification, Flow modeling and control, Free-stream turbulence, Low-complexity modeling, Navier-Stokes equations, Spatially-evolving flows, Transition to turbulence. [bibtex-entry]


  4. X. Wu and M. R. Jovanovic. Sparsity-promoting optimal control of systems with symmetries, consensus and synchronization networks. Syst. Control Lett., 103:1-8, May 2017. Keyword(s): Alternating direction method of multipliers, Consensus and synchronization networks, Distributed systems, Regularization, Sparsity-promoting optimal control, Spatially-invariant systems. [bibtex-entry]


  5. B. K. Lieu and M. R. Jovanovic. Computation of frequency responses for linear time-invariant PDEs on a compact interval. J. Comput. Phys., 250:246-269, October 2013. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Computational tools for spatially distributed systems, Uncertainty quantification in PDEs. [bibtex-entry]


  6. M. Fardad, M. R. Jovanovic, and B. Bamieh. Frequency analysis and norms of distributed spatially periodic systems. IEEE Trans. Automat. Control, 53(10):2266-2279, November 2008. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Input-output analysis, Spatially-periodic systems, Uncertainty quantification in PDEs. [bibtex-entry]


  7. M. R. Jovanovic, M. Arcak, and E. D. Sontag. A passivity-based approach to stability of spatially distributed systems with a cyclic interconnection structure. IEEE Trans. Automat. Control: Special Issue on Systems Biology, 53:75-86, January 2008. Keyword(s): Biochemical networks, Cyclic feedback systems, Distributed systems theory, Reaction-diffusion equations. [bibtex-entry]


  8. M. R. Jovanovic and M. Fardad. $H_2$ norm of linear time-periodic systems: a perturbation analysis. Automatica, 44(8):2090-2098, August 2008. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Input-output analysis, Time-periodic systems, Perturbation analysis, Uncertainty quantification in PDEs. [bibtex-entry]


  9. M. R. Jovanovic and B. Bamieh. A formula for frequency responses of distributed systems with one spatial variable. Syst. Control Lett., 55(1):27-37, January 2006. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Computational tools for spatially distributed systems, Uncertainty quantification in PDEs. [bibtex-entry]


Conference articles
  1. W. Ran, A. Zare, M. J. P. Hack, and M. R. Jovanovic. Boundary layer receptivity analysis via the algebraic Lyapunov equation. In Proceedings of the 2020 AIAA SciTech Forum and Exposition, Orlando, FL, pages 0109 (15 pages), 2020. Keyword(s): Boundary layers, Boundary layer receptivity, Control-oriented modeling, Distributed systems, Energy amplification, Flow modeling and control, Free-stream turbulence, Low-complexity modeling, Navier-Stokes equations, Spatially-evolving flows, Transition to turbulence. [bibtex-entry]


  2. W. Ran, A. Zare, M. J. P. Hack, and M. R. Jovanovic. Relating global and local stochastic receptivity analysis of boundary layer flows. In Proceedings of the 2019 American Control Conference, Philadelphia, PA, pages 3212-3217, 2019. Note: (Invited paper). Keyword(s): Boundary layers, Boundary layer receptivity, Control-oriented modeling, Distributed systems, Energy amplification, Flow modeling and control, Free-stream turbulence, Low-complexity modeling, Navier-Stokes equations, Spatially-evolving flows, Transition to turbulence. [bibtex-entry]


  3. W. Ran, A. Zare, M. J. P. Hack, and M. R. Jovanovic. Low-complexity modeling of mode interactions in boundary layer flows. In Proceedings of the 2018 American Control Conference, Milwaukee, WI, pages 134-139, 2018. Note: (Invited paper). Keyword(s): Boundary layers, Control-oriented modeling, Distributed systems, Floquet theory, Parabolized stability equations, Spatially-periodic systems, Transition to turbulence. [bibtex-entry]


  4. B. K. Lieu and M. R. Jovanovic. Computation of the frequency responses for distributed systems with one spatial variable. In Proceedings of the 50th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control and European Control Conference, Orlando, FL, pages 6956-6961, 2011. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Computational tools for spatially distributed systems, Uncertainty quantification in PDEs. [bibtex-entry]


  5. M. Fardad, M. R. Jovanovic, and M. V. Salapaka. Damping mechanisms in dynamic mode atomic force microscopy applications. In Proceedings of the 2009 American Control Conference, Saint Louis, MO, pages 2272-2277, 2009. Keyword(s): Atomic force microscopy, Distributed systems theory, Input-output analysis, Uncertainty quantification in PDEs. [bibtex-entry]


  6. R. Moarref, M. Fardad, and M. R. Jovanovic. Perturbation analysis of eigenvalues of a class of self-adjoint operators. In Proceedings of the 2008 American Control Conference, Seattle, WA, pages 955-960, 2008. Note: (Invited paper). Keyword(s): Perturbation analysis, Spatially-periodic systems, Transient response, Distributed systems theory. [bibtex-entry]


  7. R. Moarref and M. R. Jovanovic. Remarks on computing the $H_2$ norm of incompressible fluids using descriptor state-space formulation. In Proceedings of the 2008 American Control Conference, Seattle, WA, pages 3064-3069, 2008. Keyword(s): Navier-Stokes equations, Incompressible fluids, Input-output analysis, Descriptor systems, Distributed systems theory. [bibtex-entry]


  8. M. R. Jovanovic, M. Arcak, and E. D. Sontag. Remarks on the stability of spatially distributed systems with a cyclic interconnection structure. In Proceedings of the 2007 American Control Conference, New York City, NY, pages 2696-2701, 2007. Keyword(s): Biochemical networks, Cyclic feedback systems, Distributed systems theory, Reaction-diffusion equations. [bibtex-entry]


  9. M. R. Jovanovic. $H_2$ norm of linear time-periodic systems: a perturbation analysis. In Proceedings of the 2006 American Control Conference, Minneapolis, MN, pages 1452-1457, 2006. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Input-output analysis, Time-periodic systems, Perturbation analysis. [bibtex-entry]


  10. M. R. Jovanovic and B. Bamieh. Exact computation of frequency responses for a class of infinite dimensional systems. In Proceedings of the 42nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Maui, HI, pages 1339-1344, 2003. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Computational tools for spatially distributed systems. [bibtex-entry]


  11. M. R. Jovanovic, B. Bamieh, and M. Grebeck. Parametric resonance in spatially distributed systems. In Proceedings of the 2003 American Control Conference, Denver, CO, pages 119-124, 2003. Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory, Spatially-periodic systems. [bibtex-entry]



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