Department of Cybernetics of Tallinn University of Technology – new member of ECMI

Department of Cybernetics is a structural unit of School of Science of Tallinn University of Technology. It is a successor of Institute of Cybernetics of Estonian Academy of Sciences founded in 1960.  This institute performed study in fields of mathematics, mechanics, control theory and computer science. In 1997 the institute […]

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Applying Non-Parametric Methods on Environmental Data

Scientists of Tallinn University of Technology use nonparametric statistical methods in environmental engineering. The methods of classical statistics are often less suited for analyses environmental data. The environmental databases need nonparametric statistical methods for analyses. The environmental time series are in general non-stationary. For this case special non-parametric trend test […]

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Recovering Parameters of Generalized Fractional Diffusion Models

Scientists of Tallinn University of Technology recover parameters of generalized fractional diffusion models Fractional differential equations is a popular tool to model slow diffusion with nonlocal properties. Recent development of these models goes to the direction of more generality in density kernels characterizing the nonlocality. For instance, models with multiple […]

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Energy Prediction Models for Wireless Sensor Nodes

Scientists of Tallinn University of Technology have introduced a novel energy prediction model based on sampling operators. Recent research and development in IoT (Internet of Things), remarkably changed the entire scenario of computer networks or internet and evolves the infinite smart devices with embedded systems. Moreover, IoT is the combination […]

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