### Table 1: Closed-loop poles distribution - case 1

### Table 2: Closed-loop poles distribution - case 2

### Table 13. Closed-Loop System Dutch Roll Cancellation

### Table 1: Synopsis of closed-loop identi#0Ccation methods

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### Table 3. Bandwidth summary of the closed-loop response

### Table 1. Components of a closed-loop neuromorphic brain

### Table 6. Least-stable eigenmodes of the closed-loop system (A + LC2) and their sensitivity to modi cations of the estimator feedback for the H2 estimator in the limit of vanishing measurement noise ( =0:000001). The numbering of the eigenvalues shown is the same as the numbering of the eigenvalues of table 1 to which they are connected by the appropriate root locus with respect to . In the ! 0 limit, the estimator feedback modi es the closed-loop system eigenmodes until they are insensitive to further modi cations of the estimator feedback, as illustrated by vanishing values of the observation residual g .

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### Table 3: Normalized received power and standard deviation for the closed loop power control. l1 l2 d1 (dB) d2 (dB)

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"... In PAGE 10: ... If the distance changed signi cantly, then there would be a corresponding change in the path loss. Table3 shows the simulation result of the normalized average received power r and the standard deviation r of power control error using the closed loop algorithm with m = 0 and various values of l1, l1, d1 (dB), d2 (dB), and (dB). A lower standard deviation directly results in an increased capacity as shown in [17] [19].... ..."

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