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  1. Shafai, Bahram: System identification and adaptive control (to appear) (2024)
  2. Bhaumik, Shovan; Date, Paresh: Nonlinear estimation. Methods and applications with deterministic sample points (2020)
  3. Adamatzky, Andrew (ed.); Akl, Selim G. (ed.); Sirakoulis, Georgios Ch. (ed.): From parallel to emergent computing (2019)
  4. Altun, Yener; Tunç, Cemil: On the estimates for solutions of a nonlinear neutral differential system with periodic coefficients and time-varying lag (2019)
  5. Asadi, Farzin; Bolanos, Robert E.; Rodriguez, Jorge: Feedback control systems. The MATLAB/Simulink approach (2019)
  6. Báez-López, José Miguel David; Báez Villegas, David Alfredo: MATLAB handbook with applications to mathematics, science, engineering, and finance (2019)
  7. Biçer, Emel; Tunç, Cemil: On the asymptotic stability behaviours of solutions of nonlinear differential equations with multiple variable advanced arguments (2019)
  8. Chen, Gang; Li, Zhiyong; Wei, Mengli: Distributed fixed-time secondary coordination control of islanded microgrids (2019)
  9. Ebrahimpanah, Shahrouz; Chen, Qihong; Zhang, Liyan; Adam, Misbawu: Model predictive voltage control with optimal duty cycle for three-phase grid-connected inverter (2019)
  10. Guezmil, Amal; Berriri, Hanen; Pusca, Remus; Sakly, Anis; Romary, Raphael; Mimouni, Mohamed Faouzi: High order sliding mode observer-based backstepping fault-tolerant control for induction motor (2019)
  11. Karsenty, Avi; Mandelbaum, Yaakov: Computer algebra challenges in nanotechnology: accurate modeling of nanoscale electro-optic devices using finite elements method (2019)
  12. Keviczky, László; Bars, Ruth; Hetthéssy, Jenő; Bányász, Csilla: Control engineering (2019)
  13. Keviczky, László; Bars, Ruth; Hetthéssy, Jenő; Bányász, Csilla: Control engineering: MATLAB exercises (2019)
  14. Kim, Kwangmin; Kim, Minji; Kim, Dongmok; Lee, Dongjun: Modeling and velocity-field control of autonomous excavator with main control valve (2019)
  15. Li, Xiaojing; Wu, Aiguo; Zhang, Zhaolong: Immersion and invariance modular nonlinear tracking control for an underactuated quadrotor (2019)
  16. Lungu, Mihai; Lungu, Romulus: Adaptive neural network-based satellite attitude control by using the dynamic inversion technique and a VSCMG pyramidal cluster (2019)
  17. Tunç, Cemil: On the properties of solutions for a system of nonlinear differential equations of second order (2019)
  18. Uddin, Mohammad Monir: Computational methods for approximation of large-scale descriptor systems (2019)
  19. Xu, Dezhi; Dai, Yuchen; Yang, Chengshun; Yan, Xinggang: Adaptive fuzzy sliding mode command-filtered backstepping control for islanded PV microgrid with energy storage system (2019)
  20. Yang, Chunyu; Xu, Yiming; Dai, Wei; Zhou, Linna: Two-time-scale composite control of flexible manipulators (2019)

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