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Synthetic circuit generation using clustering and iteration.

Paul Daniel Kundarewich

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Published
**2002**
by National Library of Canada in Ottawa
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Thesis (M.A.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 2002.

Series | Canadian theses = -- Th`eses canadiennes |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 2 microfiches : negative. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL19384513M |

ISBN 10 | 0612739538 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 54065975 |

This paper presents an alternative solution for the power-flow analysis of power systems with distributed generation provided by heterogeneous sources. The proposed simulation approach relies on a suitable interpretation of the power network in terms of a nonlinear circuit in the phasor domain. The above circuit interpretation can be solved directly in the frequency-domain via the combination Author: Zain Anwer Memon, Riccardo Trinchero, Yanzhao Xie, Flavio G. Canavero, Igor S. Stievano. This Demonstration shows a quantum circuit implementing Grover's search algorithm that enables finding any given integer from the list, where, with a probability that is very close to 1, repeating Grover's iterations times, where is the integer part of the number.

Iteration Reduction K Means Clustering Algorithm. Kedar Sawant. 1. introduced to improve the time complexity using uniform data. The clusters are made in two phases. In the first phase, using the similarity, initial clusters are formed and Iteration Number:1 File Size: 88KB. per irreversible bit operation, regardless of the underlying circuit, where kis Boltzmann’s constant, and T is the temperature of the environment. In , Bennett stated that to avoid power dissipation in a circuit, the circuit must be built from reversible gates [2]. This has made reversible computing an at-File Size: 2MB.

framework in a real non-linear synthetic circuit (a toggle switch), and with the use of a mutant promoter library, re-sulted in a rapid and reproducible convergence to a synthetic circuit that exhibits the desired characteristics and temporal expression proﬁles. This work is a step towards a unifying. By using computer simulation, the network can observe 3 clustering patterns. II. Circuit model Figure 1 shows the model of the chaotic circuit, investigated in [7]-[8]. Fig. 1. Chaotic circuit. The circuit consists of a negative resistance, a nonlinear resistance consisting of two diodes, a capacitor and two inductors.

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Kundarewich and Jonathan Rose Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto Toronto, ON, M5S 3G4, Canada {kundarew, jayar}@ ABSTRACT The development of next-generation CAD tools and FPGA architectures require benchmark circuits to. SYNTHETIC CIRCUIT GENERATION USING CLUSTERING AND ITERATION Paul Daniel Kundarewich Master of Applied Science Graduate Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Toronto ABSTRACT The development of next-generation CAD tools and FPGA architectures require benchmark.

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Synthetic Floating-Point (SFP), a synthetic benchmark generator program for floating-point circuits is presented. SFP consists of two independent modules for characterisa- tion and generation. This paper introduces a procedure that can provide synthetic but realistic test data to the hierarchical Markov clustering algorithm.

Being created according to the structure and properties of the SCOP95 protein sequence data set, the synthetic data act as a collection of proteins organized in a four-level hierarchy and a similarity matrix Cited by: 3. A Synthetic Data Generator for Clustering and Outlier Analysis Yaling Pei, Osmar Za¨ıane Computing Science Department University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada T6G 2E8 {yaling, zaiane}@ Abstract.

We present a distribution-based and transformation-based approach to synthetic data generation and demonstrate that the ap. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract. We present a distribution-based and transformation-based approach to synthetic data generation and demonstrate that the approach is very efficient in generating different types of multi-dimensional numerical datasets for data clustering and outlier analysis.

models using previous observations. This approach involves generating membership functions and fuzzy rules. clusters based on similarity measurements. In other words, this paper shows how to use fuzzy logic as a machine learning algorithm, a based on a training dataset.

The approach is based on iteration. In each iteration, some. This differentially private co-clustering phase aims to form attribute values clusters and thus, limits the impact of the noise addition in the second phase.

Finally, the obtained scheme is used to partition the original data in a differentially private fashion. Synthetic individuals can Cited by: 1. If I have a sample data set of points with many features and I have to generate a dataset with say 1 million data points using the sample data.

It is like oversampling the sample data to generate many synthetic out-of-sample data points. The out-of-sample data must reflect the. Simple Model of Metal Oxide Varistor for Pspice Simulation Synthetic Circuit Generation Using Clustering and Iteration. Synthetic circuit generation using clustering and iteration.

Kundarewich, P.D. / Rose, J. | digital version print version. Physical Design - Area Optimization of Delay-Optimized Structures Using Intrinsic. Generation of Synthetic Sequential Benchmark Circuits Michael Hutton y, Jonathan Rose z and Derek Corneil Approach to Circuit Generation some local clustering to the netlist.

The overall algorithm yields a circuit as shown in Figure 2(c). In Section 4 we will overview the. puts are not accessiable, the sequential test generation prob-lem focus on how to excite the faults in the circuit and prop-agate their e ects to the primary outputs.[6] One e ective solution is using the scan circuit to make the registers ac-cessible, so we can test the sequential circuits like combina-tional Size: KB.

Thought I don't have references, I believe this problem can also arise in logistic regression, generalized linear models, SVM, and K-means clustering. There are some ML model types (e.g. decision tree) where it's possible to inverse them to generate synthetic data, though it takes some work.

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy, Create Artificial Data in MATLAB. Ask Question Asked 6 years, 7 months ago. What methods are best for clustering multidimensional data that has irregular shape. We found an eight-gene circuit using parameter set θ 2 that separated all breast cancer samples from the healthy cells perfectly (AUC = ) with an average margin, m ¯, of (corresponding to a fold expression change between groups) and a worst margin, w, of (Figures 6 and 7A).Cited by: GENERATION OF FUZZY RULES WITH SUBTRACTIVE CLUSTERING by a simple linear regression model.

This characteristic provides efficient models to deal with a complex system although the generation of the corresponding fuzzy rules, specially the premise structure is technically difficult and may lead to a nonlinear programming Size: KB.

In the present paper we concentrate on the scenario generation when the underlying stochastic parameters have been determined and the data paths of their realizations can be generated. Then using the sampled paths, the scenario tree is constructed using Cited by:.

In clustering we don't have a class, so for random forest clustering we take original data and transform it. We mark all existing cases with class 1 and add synthetic data marked with class 2.

Synthetic data is built by random sampling from all values for some attribute.I'm not sure there are standard practices for generating synthetic data - it's used so heavily in so many different aspects of research that purpose-built data seems to be a more common and arguably more reasonable approach.

For me, my best standard practice is not to make the data set so it will work well with the model. That's part of the research stage, not part of the data generation stage.ﬁt using Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC), speciﬁcally using the conjugate Gibbs sampler (MacEachern ; Neal ) and the merge–split algorithm of Dahl ().

Each iteration of the Markov chain yields a clustering of the data. Providing a single point estimate for .