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2016 (vol. 26) - Number 2

K. Rogowski:

Reachability of standard and fractional continuous-time systems with constant inputs

L. Feng, M. Gu:

Endogenous timing in a vertically differentiated mixed duopoly with Cournot competition

T. Kaczorek, K. Borawski:

Minimum energy control of descriptor discrete-time linear systems by the use of Weierstrass-Kronecker decomposition

A. Kowalewski:

Pointwise observation of the state given by parabolic system with boundary condition involving multiple time delays

A. Filasova, D. Krokavec, P. Liscinsky:

Relaxed formulation of the design conditions for Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy virtual actuators

R. Bieda, K. Jaskot:

Determinig of an object orientation in 3D space using direction cosine matrix and non-stationary Kalman filter

N. Oucief, S. Labiod, M. Tadjine:

Adaptive observer-based fault estimation for a class of Lipschitz nonlinear systems

K. Oprzedkiewicz, E. Gawin:

A non integer order, state space model  for one dimensional  heat transfer process

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