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Robust Control Tools: Graphical User-Interfaces and LMI Algorithms

Computer Science, Mathematics

Abstract : Robust control theory considers a fundamental and practically important issue in control engineering: plant uncertainty. It turns out that many of the simplest questions are very difficult… Expand

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