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A Qlearning modelindependent flow controller for highspeed networks
(IEEE, 200906)For the congestion problems in highspeed networks, a Qlearning modelindependent flow controller is proposed. Because of the uncertainties and highly timevarying, it is not easy to accurately obtain the complete information ... 
QCD nature of dark energy at finite temperature: Cosmological implications
(Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 201605)The Veneziano ghost field has been proposed as an alternative source of dark energy, whose energy density is consistent with the cosmological observations. In this model, the energy density of the QCD ghost field is expressed ... 
The quadratic assignment problem in the context of the printed circuit board assembly process
(Elsevier, 200701)The sequencing of placement and the configuration of the feeder is among the main problems involved in printed circuit board (PCB) assembly optimization. In some machine architectures, the latter problem can be formulated ... 
Quadratic stability and stabilization of bimodal piecewise linear systems
(Elsevier, 201405)This paper deals with quadratic stability and feedback stabilization problems for continuous bimodal piecewise linear systems. First, we provide necessary and sufficient conditions in terms of linear matrix inequalities ... 
Quadratic stability of a class of switched nonlinear systems
(IEEE, 200404)Quadratic stability of a class of switched nonlinear systems is studied in this note. We first transform quadratic stability problem into an equivalent nonlinear programming problem. Then, we derive a necessary and sufficient ... 
Quadratic stability results for switched singular descriptor linear systems
(IEEE, 200707)This paper addresses the issue of quadratic stability for a class of switched singular descriptor linear systems. A system of this class is a switched system whose subsystems are all singular systems. The convex combination ... 
A quadratic stability solution for switched singular linear systems
(IEEE, 200908)Quadratic stability for a class of switched singular linear systems is investigated. The convex combination technique of standard switched linear systems is extended to switched singular systems and a sufficient condition ... 
Quantifying international openness in Turkey, 1965  1995
(Doğuş Üniversitesi, 200601)The results of empirical studies on the 1980 Turkish economic reform programme frequently suggest that openness has a positive impact on growth in Turkey. However, the results of empirical literature on the relationship ... 
Quantitative threedimensional imaging of live avian embryonic morphogenesis via microcomputed tomography
(Wiley, 201108)Many clinically relevant congenital malformations arise during mid to late embryonic stages. This period is challenging to image quantitatively in live embryos, necessitating the use of multiple specimens with increased ... 
Quasinonlinear deformation modeling of a human liver based on artificial and experimental data
(WileyBlackwell, 201609)Background Researchers working on errorprevention theories have shown that the use of replica models within simulation systems has improved operating skills, resulting in better patient outcomes.Methods This study aims ... 
The quest for axions and other new light particles
(Wiley  VCH Verlag, 201306)Standard Model extensions often predict lowmass and very weakly interacting particles, such as the axion. A number of smallscale experiments at the intensity/precision frontier are actively searching for these elusive ... 
The quiz for this issue
(IEEE, 2008)The quiz for this issue is on models, emphasizing “how careful and how creative” should one be when dealing with models, modeling and their use. The first question addresses the carefulness issue by pointing out that ... 
The quiz for this issue: [testing ourselves]
(IEEE, 201112)Five years! It's been five years since the “Testing Ourselves” column took off We started with the first quiz back in February 2007. We have had variety of quizzes and, including this issue, 29 tutorials since then. We ... 
Radar cross section (RCS) measurements [testing ourselves]
(IEEE, 201312)The radar cross section (RCS) is a critical parameter that describes the electromagnetic wave – target interaction. Its accurate prediction has long been a hot research and engineering topic. Today, RCS prediction of real ... 
Radar cross section (RCS) modeling and simulation, part 1: a tutorial review of definitions, strategies, and canonical examples
(IEEE, 2008)Modeling and simulation strategies for radar cross section (RCS) prediction are reviewed, and a novel FDTDbased virtual RCS prediction tool is introduced in this twopart paper. Part 1 is reserved for a tutorial review. ... 
Radar cross section (RCS) modeling and simulation, part 2: a novel FDTD  based RCS prediction virtual tool for the resonance regime
(IEEE, 200804)A novel FDTDbased virtual radar cross section (RCS) prediction tool is introduced. Characteristic examples using simple threedimensional structures, as well as morerealistic complex air and surface targets, are presented. ... 
Radar crosssection (RCS) analysis of high frequency surface wave radar targets
(TÜBİTAK, 2010)Realistic high frequency surface wave radar (HFSWR) targets are investigated numerically in terms of electromagnetic wave  target interactions. Radar cross sections (RCS) of these targets are simulated via both the ... 
Radial excitations of the decuplet baryons
(Springer, 20170410)The ground and first excited states of the decuplet baryons are studied using the twopoint QCD sum rule approach. The mass and residue of these states are computed and compared with the existing experimental data and other ... 
Radiative omega(Q)* > omega(Q)gamma and qi(Q)* > xi(Q)'gamma transitions in light cone QCD
(Springer, 20150114)We calculate the magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole moments associated with the radiative Omega(Q)* > Omega(Q)gamma and Xi(Q)* > Xi(Q)'gamma transitions with Q = b or c in the framework of light cone QCD sum rules. ... 
Radiative transition of negative to positive parity nucleon
(American Physical Society, 20150527)We investigate the N*(1535) > N gamma transition in the framework of light cone QCD sum rules. In particular, using the most general form of the interpolating current for the nucleon as well as the distribution amplitudes ...