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|Title:||Mathematical control of complex systems 2013|
|Keywords:||Mathematical control;Complex systems;Recursive filtering;Distributed filtering|
|Publisher:||Hindawi Publishing Corporation|
|Citation:||Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2014: 825210, (23 January 2014)|
|Abstract:||Mathematical control of complex systems have already become an ideal research area for control engineers, mathematicians, computer scientists, and biologists to understand, manage, analyze, and interpret functional information/dynamical behaviours from real-world complex dynamical systems, such as communication systems, process control, environmental systems, intelligent manufacturing systems, transportation systems, and structural systems. This special issue aims to bring together the latest/innovative knowledge and advances in mathematics for handling complex systems. Topics include, but are not limited to the following: control systems theory (behavioural systems, networked control systems, delay systems, distributed systems, infinite-dimensional systems, and positive systems); networked control (channel capacity constraints, control over communication networks, distributed filtering and control, information theory and control, and sensor networks); and stochastic systems (nonlinear filtering, nonparametric methods, particle filtering, partial identification, stochastic control, stochastic realization, system identification).|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Computer Science Research Papers|
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