Evolution of the

cost function with respect to iterations, for v = +[infinity], 200, 100, and 50 and a 20 dB, 15 dB, and 10 dB noise.

Secondly, we introduced a new local gain in our FUEs

cost function based on the local information, which can improve the performance of FUEs.

In an MPC-based architecture, a controller uses a system model to choose an input profile that minimizes a given

cost function over a prediction horizon.

1999) in order to analyse the equivalence game induced by a convex and a concave linear quadratic transport

cost function in a circular market with an arbitrary length.

Das and Das (2007) used a multi-product Fourier flexible

cost function specification to investigate scale economies, cost complementarities and technical progress of Indian banks during the post reform period 1992 to 2003.

Economies of scale and scope as measured from

cost function estimation have been a classic way for economists to evaluate whether and to what degree multiproduct arrangements, specialization, and firm size are generating production economies.

The trajectory of future manipulated variables is given by solving an optimization problem incorporating a suitable

cost function and constraints.

The framework focuses on finding the best policy, where I identify four fundamental classes of policies consisting of policy function approximations (PFAs),

cost function approximations (CFAs), policies based on value function approximations (VFAs), and look-ahead policies.

i, j]) represents the

cost function of transporting flow from source i to destination j, [s.

The formulation for the Levenberg-Marquardt (LM) algorithm is based on the

cost function derived from the Capon beamforming algorithm.

First, convert the AAPS problem into a unconstrained

cost function, then minimize the function to obtain optimal array weight vector by the DA.

We use regression analysis to estimate a semi-translog total

cost function for providing four types of public health inspection services.