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E. I. Geraschenko

Bio: E. I. Geraschenko is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Motion control & Nonlinear system. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 5 citations.

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TL;DR: This chapter discusses the development of land-use and fiscal control policies in developing communities in Brunswick, New York between 1968 and 1974, and how these policies changed over the course of that period.
Abstract: bocker News-Union Star, Feb. 15, 1971. [51] C. Daniel and F. S. Woods, Fitting Equations to Data. New York: Wiley, 1971, p. 32. [52] Conversations with George Barkley, Brunswick Town Supervisor (6/76). [53] New York State Office of Planning Services, Demographic Projections-Households. Oct. 1974. [54] E. J. Kaiser and S. F. Weiss, \"Public policy and the residential development process,\" J. Am. Inst. Planners, vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 30-37, Jan. 1970. [55] K. B. Kenney, \"The residential land developer and his land purchase decision,\" Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. North Carolina, 1972, pp. 139-146. [56] D. A. Ensminger and F. DiCesare, \"Analysis tools for evaluating the effects of land-use and fiscal control policies in developing communities,\" in Transportation Planningfor a Better Environment, H. Wenzel and P. Stringer, Eds. New York: Plenum, 1976, pp. 103-114. [57] W. Alonso, Location and Land Use. Cambridge: Harvard Univ., 1964. [58] R. Muth, Cities and Housing. Chicago: Univ. Chicago, 1969. [59] Town of Brunswick, NY, assessment rolls (1968-1974). [60] Town of Brunswick, NY, land deed records (1968-1974). [61] Town of Brunswick, NY, subdivision and lot maps (1895-1974). [62] Town of Brunswick, NY, building permits (1968-1974). [63] Hans Klunder Associates, Brunswick, New York-Comprehensive Plan. 1971. [64] Town of Brunswick, NY, Zoning Map. 1958. [65] Town of Brunswick, NY, township, school, and special district property tax rates, 1968-1974.

5 citations


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Proceedings ArticleDOI
01 Dec 2011
TL;DR: A survey of a number of papers devoted to continuous-time modeling of discrete-time stochastic systems concluded that, although different approaches to averaged (approximate) models justifying are in use, the procedures of building the averaged (Approximates) models are similar in different papers.
Abstract: A survey of a number of papers devoted to continuous-time modeling of discrete-time stochastic systems is given It is concluded that, although different approaches to averaged (approximate) models justifying are in use, the procedures of building the averaged (approximate) models are similar in different papers In addition to the deterministic (ODE) model some stochastic continuous-time models described by SDE are introduced A new result concerning evaluation of the ODE model accuracy over the infinite time interval under partial stability condition is presented Applications in adaptation, optimization and control are discussed 1

14 citations

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24 Jun 2014
TL;DR: The method of continuous models (MNM) as mentioned in this paper replaces the analysis or design problem for a discrete stochastic system with a similar problem for its simplified (averaged) continuous-time model.
Abstract: In this tutorial paper a brief exposition is made for the research area related to development and justification of the so called method of continuous models (MNM). The essence of the method is in replacement of the analysis or design problem for a discrete stochastic system with a similar problem for its simplified (averaged) continuous-time model. Continuous-time models described by either ordinary differential equations or stochastic differential equations are considered. Relations between MNM and averaging method are demonstrated. Applications to identification and control problems for systems and networks are described.

5 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the problem of constructing almost periodic solutions to a complicated inhomogeneous linear delay system was studied, where the problem is to find a constant number of solutions to each delay problem.
Abstract: Under study is the problem of constructing almost periodic solutions to a complicated inhomogeneous linear delay system.

4 citations

Book ChapterDOI
01 Jan 2016
TL;DR: A fuzzy catastrophe progress method is presented to obtain the evaluation parameter of projects by performing recursive calculation, and select the optimal to execute in terms of the ultimate catastrophe membership by avoiding the determination of index weights.
Abstract: Projects are often considered as the carrier to implement strategic objectives, which helps bring the strategy into force With constrained resource, it is quite difficult to execute all available projects, so selecting suitable projects with high strategy coincidence is very important for the enterprise As a multicriteria risk decision-making problem, the evaluation index system for strategic projects is constructed by the balanced scorecard Then based on the expectation data, catastrophe theory and fuzzy mathematics, a fuzzy catastrophe progress method is presented to obtain the evaluation parameter of projects by performing recursive calculation, and select the optimal to execute in terms of the ultimate catastrophe membership Avoiding the determination of index weights, the proposed fuzzy catastrophe model can effectively reduce the negative influence of the perception and subjective judgement The experiment shows the proposed comprehensive model is feasible and could provide a valuable reference for enterprises to make more advisable decisions

1 citations