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Computational Fluid Dynamics and Supersonic Jet Noise Computational Fluid Dynamics and Supersonic Jet Noise

Development of computational methods for high accuracy simulation of high speed flow and aerodynamic noise. Using specially developed computational aeroacoustic method we are able to simulate screech tone in both the axisymmetric and non-axisymmetric supersonic jet.

Numerical Simulation of Celestial Dynamical Systems Numerical Simulation of Celestial Dynamical Systems

The most serious error in numerical simulation of dynamical systems is the accumulation of discretization error due to the finite stepsize. We presented the implicit second-order integrator that showed good results in terms of the stability of the error.

Synthetic Environment Technologies (SET) Synthetic Environment Technologies (SET)

Synthetic Environments accurately portray the terrain, surface features, material properties and other characteristics of an area on a base of data from remote sensing systems. SET provide a virtual scene for designing, developing, analyzing, simulating, and testing different systems.

Automated Feature Extraction (AFE) and Polyline Generation Automated Feature Extraction (AFE) and Polyline Generation

GIST team developed advanced software with elements of Artificial Intelligence for automated feature/target extraction of roads, buildings, hydrology, etc from LIDAR, IFSAR (InSAR) data and imagery. This software include the generation and corrections of different types of polylines.

Automatic Comparison and Correlation Between Planar Graphs Automatic Comparison and Correlation Between Planar Graphs

The problem of planar graphs comparison arises from practical applications including robotics vision, geographic information and image processing. We found a solution and our algorithm was tested in the process of improving road network of several large counties and the District of Columbia.

Geometrical Modeling and Designing Sensor Networks Geometrical Modeling and Designing Sensor Networks

Fast developing software tools for complex geometrical modeling and effective designing of sensor networks.

 
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