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2019 (vol. 29) - Number 4


J. Klamka, As.Zh. Khurshudyan:

Averaged controllability of heat equation in unbounded domains with random geometry and location of controls: The Green's function approach



Xin-Tao Wang, Hai-Hua Yu:

Generalized PI observer design for descriptor linear system



E. Jezierski, P. Łuczak, P. Smyczyński, D. Zarychta:

Human--robot cooperation in sorting of randomly distributed objects



Suresh Rasappan:

Synchronization of neuronal bursting using backstepping control with recursive feedback



Z. Yaghoubi, H.A. Talebi:

Cluster consensus of general fractional-order nonlinear multi agent systems via adaptive sliding~mode controller



J. Duda:

The parametric optimization of a system with two delays and a PI controller



Q. Liu, R. Ding, C. Chen:

State estimation of networked control systems over limited capacity and dropout channels



R. Hrebik, J. Kukal:

Anomalous and traditional diffusion modelling in SOM learning



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