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Air traffic, randomization, DNA, reachability: Is there method to the madness?

Author(s):

J. Lygeros
Conference/Journal:

IfA Internal Seminar Series, ETH Zurich
Abstract:

I will provide an overview of the research currently going on in my group. I will focus primarily on the topics of reachability (for continuous, hybrid and stochastic systems) and randomized methods for performing approximate computations (for reachability and other problems). Applications of the theoretical results to problems in air traffic management and systems biology will also be outlined. If time permits I will provide some more details on recent results on randomized optimization (joint with Andrea Lecchini and Jan Maciejowski, University of Cambridge) and their application to the problem of sequencing aircraft for landing.

Year:

2006
Type of Publication:

(06)Talk
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