**Modeling, Simulation and Optimization: Tolerance and Optimal Control**

by Shkelzen Cakaj

**Publisher**: InTech 2010**ISBN-13**: 9789533070568**Number of pages**: 312

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Topics: parametric representation of shapes, golden ratio application on vertical and horizontal displacement investigations of the ground surface, spatial modeling and simulating of dynamic continuous fluid flow process, simulation model for waste-water treatment, an interaction of tilt and illumination conditions at flight simulation and errors in taxiing performance, plant layout optimal plot plan, a stochastic search method that explores the solutions for hill climbing process, thyristor switching characteristics simulation, etc.

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