transfer functions 
In the research on spatial hearing and virtual auditory space, it is important to effectively model the headrelated transfer functions (HRTFs).


In the research on spatial hearing and realization of virtual auditory space, it is important to effectively model the headrelated transfer functions (HRTFs) or headrelated impulse responses (HRIRs).


It was shown that the processes in the observer based on the desired matrix transfer functions are limited by the possibilities of physical realization and that in the general case the desired processes in the observer are rankconstrained.


An algorithm to design the united "state observercontroller" system from the desirable closedloop matrix transfer functions was proposed.


The problem of linear control by the desired matrix transfer functions of the closed loop under incomplete information about the object state vector was considered.


Provision of the given (desired) matrix transfer functions in the dynamic linear systems was considered.


Two interrelated problemsdesign of the reduced observer of plant state separately and together with its control systemwere considered from the standpoint of designing the multivariable linear systems from the desired matrix transfer functions.


Transfer functions, pulse, and pulsefrequency characteristics of such components are decomposed into series of simple fractions.


At that, the corresponding transfer functions were obtained as a series in the oscillatory elements.


The models make it possible to determine the aerodynamic transfer functions over their entire range of definition with respect to Mach, Strouhal, and decrement numbers.


The effect of timeaverage flow with the values of Mach number M = 0.030.3 on the transfer functions of a gas pipeline is investigated.


An algorithm is described for the computeraided construction and solution of equations for comparator transfer functions.


The solution of the phase problem in optics, as applied to the determination of the amplitude and phase characteristics of optical signals varying in time and of the transfer functions of media transmitting the signals, is considered.


The spatial structure of Bragg angles and the transfer functions of an acoustooptic cell are calculated for the cases of isotropic and anisotropic light diffraction in a uniaxial crystal.


The results of experimental visualization of the transfer functions of a calcium molybdate crystal cell are presented.


For both types, twodimensional transfer functions are calculated, and the character of their transformation upon variation of the light wavelength and the period of the diffraction grating is analyzed.


The transfer functions of the piezo converter as an electromechanical system with distributed or lumped parameters are obtained.


The influence of geometric and physical parameters of the piezodrive and the external load on its static and dynamical characteristics and transfer functions is determined.


The relative emittance growth is calculated for linear and nonlinear feedback transfer functions.


For a 2D system of ordinary differential equations that gives a qualitative description of the thermohaline circulation in the ocean, we prove the existence of a limit cycle for a large class of transfer functions.

