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Complex networks describe a wide range of systems and structures in the world. Any real network can be modeled as graph, expressed by an adjacency matrix or list. In many complex networks, when a graph of a certain type grows in size, its properties are expected to change. Each complex network presents specific topological features which characterize its individual properties and are influenced by the dynamics of processes executed on the network. The analysis of complex networks therefore relies on the use of measurements capable of expressing the most relevant topological features. Therefore, understanding and analyzing the properties of different sized graphs is a challenging topic in the research field. The objective of the thesis is to understand the evolving properties of growing networks. Therefore it focuses on comparison of t...
We study co-H-maps from a suspension to the suspension of the projective plane and provide examples of non-suspension 3-cell co-H-spaces. These (infinitely many) examples are related to the homotopy groups of the 3-sphere. For each element of order 2 in $\pi_n(S^3)$, there is a corresponding non-suspension co-H-space of cells in dimensions 2, 3 and n+2. Our ideas are to study Hopf invariants in combinatorial way by using the Cohen groups.
The conceptual design studies of a two axis antenna drive assembly for the TDRSS link communications subsystem for LANDSAT D are presented. The recommended antenna drive assembly is a simple and reliable design substantially similar to the antenna and solar array drives developed and space qualified for programs such as DSCS 2 and FltSatCom. The gimbal design tradeoff is presented, along with drive electronics.
The aim of the study is to develop a ‘design tool’, that is a method to enhance the design and planning of facilities for the sustainable production of new knowledge. More precisely, the objective is to identify a method to support the conception of building complexes related to the long-term production of new knowledge. The tool is focused on the necessary spatial conditions pertaining to this end, especially the topological networks. Today, with profound developments in what has been called the Knowledge Economy and consequent changes in our society, new challenging design problems have to be faced. It appears that one of the most crucial of these is to design Sustainable Innovation Facilities which can meet the new needs and exploit the potential of the New Environment of our time.To solve this new problem, a new set of design meth...
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