Special Session

Mathematical Framework for Hybridization and Hybrid Computing

Prof. Sang C. Lee
Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology
E-mail: sclee@dgist.ac.kr

Aim: Hybridization is common phenomenon around us. Hybridization can be defined to combine different object to work into one form. For example, a hybrid automotive is the hybridization between mechanical engine and electrical motor to achieve mechanical torque for the benefit of fast response and high efficiency. However, it is not well defined how to understand the hybridized system. In this session a mathematical framework for hybridization is discussed in the viewpoint of geometry. And some case studies are included.

1) Computer algebra (symbolic computation)
2) Projective geometry (computational geometry)
3) Linear transformation
4) Hybrid modeling and analysis for renewable energy systems

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