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2021 (vol. 31) - Number 4

2021 (vol. 31) - Number 4

*A. Gasri, I.M. Batiha, G. Grassi, A. Ouannas, A. Othman Almatroud, M. Al-Sawalha Mossa:*Different linear control laws for fractional chaotic maps using Lyapunov functional

*K. Murillo, E. Rocha:*Efficient choice of parameters on delta-reachability bounded hybrid systems

*P. Tatjewski:*Effectiveness of Dynamic Matrix Control algorithm with Laguerre functions

*M. Rozanski, B. Sikora, A. Smuda, R. Witula:*On theoretical and practical aspects of Duhamel’s integral

*R. Devarapalli, R.K. Biswas, N.R. Babu, T. Chiranjeevi, F.P. García Márquez:*On optimal control problem subject to fractional order discrete time singular systems

*L. Popescu, R. Dimitrov:*Application of maximum principle to optimization of production and storage costs

*W. Kaczmarczyk:*Explicit modeling of multi-period setup times in proportional lot-sizing and scheduling problem with variable capacity

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[2] R.E. Kalman: Mathematical description of linear dynamical system.

*SIAM J. Control.*

**1**(2), (1963), 152-192.

[3] F.C. Shweppe:

*Uncertain Dynamic Systems.*Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 1970.

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