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stabilization control system


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stabilization control system

Laser frequency stabilization and control systems

Dynamic robust stabilization of stochastic differential control systems

Non‐uniform stabilization of control systems

Data rate condition and controller design for network control system stabilization

Stabilization and H ∞ control of two-dimensional Markovian jump systems

New characterization of controllability via stabilizability and Riccati equation for LTV systems

Stabilization of a class of partially observed infinite-dimensional systems with control constraints

Delay feedback control in exponential stabilization of linear time-varying systems with input delay

Stabilization and decay estimate of linear control systems in Hilbert space with non-linear feedback

Finite-time stabilizing dynamic control of uncertain multi-input linear systems

Robust stochastic stabilization and H ∞ control of uncertain stochastic interval time-delay systems

Necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of stabilizing feedback for control systems

Controllability and quadratic stability quadratic stabilization of discrete-time interval systems—an LMI approach

Stabilization of an uncertain large-scale time-dependent bilinear neutral differential system by memory feedback control

Delay‐dependent robust stabilization and H ∞‐control of uncertain stochastic systems with time‐varying delay

Dynamic neuromuscular stabilization and the role of central nervous system control in the pathogenesis of musculoskeletal disorders

Supplement to: ‘Boundary stabilization of hyperbolic systems related to overhead cranes’ [H. Sano, IMA J. Math. Control Inf. (2008) vol. 25, 353–366, doi:10.1093/imamci/dnm031]

 

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A NASA system introduced for the Mercury spacecraft to point its space capsule in the correct direction.

The SCS controlled the spacecraft's attitude by thrusters consisting of jets of hydrogen peroxide. An astronaut could operate the system with a control stick or put it into the automatic mode that could find the horizon using gyroscopes and infrared heat detectors.

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