Theses and Dissertations
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Designing an automatic control system for a submarine
The purpose of this thesis is to linearize given non-linear differential equations and design a complete automatic control system for the three dimensional motions of a submarine. Automatic control systems are designed ...
This thesis estimates the frequency response of a network where the only data is the output obtained from an Autoregressive-moving average (ARMA) model driven by a random input. Models of random processes and existing ...
Pseudo-Bayesian stability of CSMA and CSMA/CD local area networks
This thesis investigates the stability of the random multiaccess protocols, slotted CSMA and slotted CSMA/CD, utilizing one power level and two power levels to create beneficial power capture effect. Use of more than two ...
Surface ship fuel savings with an optimized autopilot
In this thesis, the propulsion losses, which are caused by added drag due to steering of the ship, can be minimized by using an Adaptive Automatic Optimal Controller. It is shown in this thesis that an Adaptive Automatic ...
An application of Kalman filtering and smoothing to torpedo tracking.
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1982-10)
A sequential Extended Kalman Filter and Smoothing routine was developed to provide real time estimates of torpedo position and depth on the three dimensional underwater tracking range at the Naval Torpedo Station, ...
Branch Of Service
Lieutenant Junior Grade, Turkish Navy (5)
Electrical Engineering (5)