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Signal Processing in Reconfigurable Systems
1995 - 1998
Local supervisor: Péceli Gábor
The most important result of this project is the disclosure of the structure dependence of reconfigurable signal processing and control systems, and the foundation of transient management methods to reduce switching transients. Using analytical and simulation methods we could prove, that the reconfiguration transients of tools, which serve the identification and control of dynamically reconfigurable systems, can be kept at low level, if for implementation appropriate structure is applied. In this respect the so-called orthogonal structures prove to be advantageous, while the direct structure widely used in control engineering seems to be unfavorable. Within the framework of the research results were achieved, which support future research concerning the analysis and design of complex measurement procedures and that of adaptive systems.