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  1. EECI 2013: Temporal Logic
  2. Early books on control theory
  3. Effect of Narrowband Channels on the Control
  4. Effective Sensor Scheduling Schemes Employing Feedback in the Communication Loop
  5. Effective Sensor Scheduling Schemes in a Sensor Network by Employing Feedback in the Communication Loop
  6. Effective Transition Rates for Epitaxial Growth Using Fast Modulation
  7. Effects of Actuator Limits in Bifurcation Control with Applications to Active Control of Fluid Instabilities in Turbomachinery
  8. Effects of Magnitude Saturation in Control of Bifurcations
  9. Effects of Noise, Magnitude Saturation, and Rate Limits on Rotating Stall Control
  10. Effects of Noise and Actuator Limits on Active Control of Rotating Stall and Surge
  11. Efficient control synthesis for augmented finite transition systems with an application to switching protocols
  12. Efficient reactive controller synthesis for a fragment of linear temporal logic
  13. Elahe Aghapour, Feb 2019
  14. Elbert Macau, June 2011
  15. Elin Larsson
  16. Ellipsoidal Cones and Rendezvous of Multiple Agents
  17. Emzo de los Santos, 12 Mar 2018
  18. Enabling Technologies for Cell-Silicon Interfacing
  19. End-to-End Safe Reinforcement Learning through Barrier Functions for Safety-Critical Continuous Control Tasks
  20. Engineering Durable Cell-Free Biological Capabilities for Advanced Sensing and Prototyping
  21. Engineering Principles of Synthetic Biochemical Oscillators with Negative Cyclic Feedback
  22. Engineering Transcriptional Regulator Effector Specificity Through Rational Design and Rapid Prototyping
  23. Engineering Transcriptional Regulator Effector Specificity Using Computational Design and In Vitro Rapid Prototyping: Developing a Vanillin Sensor
  24. Engineering Transcriptional Regulator Effector Specificity using Computational Design and In Vitro Rapid Prototyping: Developing a Vanillin Sensor
  25. Engineering pulsatile communication in bacterial consortia
  26. Enhancing tolerance to unexpected jumps in GR(1) games
  27. Enoch Yeung
  28. Equilibrium Controllability for a Class of Mechanical Systems
  29. Establishing microfluidic cell-free systems for the rapid prototyping of synthetic genetic networks
  30. Estimation Over Wireless Sensor Networks: Tradeoff between Communication, Computation and Estimation Qualities
  31. Estimation and Control in Networked Systems
  32. Estimation over Communication Networks: Performance Bounds and Achievability Results
  33. Estimation schemes for networked control systems using UDP-like communication
  34. Estimation with Information Loss: Asymptotic Analysis and Error Bounds
  35. Evaluation of Bleed Valve Rate Requirements in Nonlinear Control of Rotating Stall
  36. Exact Stability Analysis of Discrete-Time Linear Systems with Stochastic Delays
  37. Existence of Cascade Discrete-Continuous State Estimators for Systems on a Partial Order
  38. Expanded bio
  39. Experimental Comparison of Trajectory Trackers for a Car with Trailers
  40. Experimental Demonstration of the Dynamics and Stability of a Low Reynolds Number Swimmer Near a Plane Wall
  41. Experimental Evaluation of Air Injection for Actuation of Rotating Stall in a Low Speed, Axial Fan
  42. Experiments in Exponential Stabilization of a Mobile Robot Towing a Trailer
  43. Experiments in Planar Manipulation and Grasping
  44. Exponential Stabilization of Driftless Nonlinear Control Systems
  45. Exponential Stabilization of Driftless Nonlinear Control Systems via Time-varying, Homogeneous Feedback
  46. Extending Exponential Stabilizers for Nonholonomic Systems from Kinematic Controllers to Dynamic Controllers
  47. Extremal Properties of Complex Networks
  48. Failure Probability of Verifiable Goal-based Control Programs due to State Estimation Uncertainty
  49. Fall 2006 Meeting Schedule
  50. Fall 2007 Meeting Schedule
  51. Fall 2008 Meeting Schedule
  52. Fast Automatic Verification of Large-Scale Systems with Lookup Tables
  53. Fast Mode Switching for a Thrust Vectored Aircraft
  54. Fast and flexible simulation and parameter estimation for synthetic biology using bioscrape
  55. Fault-Tolerant Controller Design with Applications in Power Systems and Synthetic Biology
  56. Fault detection and isolation from uninterpreted data in robotic sensorimotor cascades
  57. Feasible Trajectories of Linear Dynamic Systems with Inequality Constraints Using Higher-Order Representations
  58. Feb/Mar 2012 Meetings
  59. Feb 2009 meetings
  60. Feb 2010 schedule
  61. Feedback Stabilization of Steady-State and Hopf Bifurcations
  62. Feedback Stabilization of Steady-State and Hopf Bifurcations: the Multi-input Case
  63. Feedback architectures to regulate flux of components in artificial gene networks
  64. Field-Programmable, Recombinase-Based Biomolecular Circuits
  65. Finding stationary solutions to the chemical master equation by gluing state spaces at one or two states recursively
  66. Finite-Horizon Optimal Control and Stabilization of Time-Scalable Systems
  67. Flat systems, equivalence and trajectory generation
  68. Flight control in a flapping-wing fruit fly simulator
  69. Flight dynamics and control of evasive maneuvers: the fruit fly's takeoff
  70. Flow cytometry software
  71. Flydra Localization System
  72. For problem 1, how detailed should my description of a control system be?
  73. For problem 1a, is u=-bPx a type-o?
  74. Formal Methods for V&V and T&E of Autonomous Systems
  75. Formal Verification of an Autonomous Vehicle System
  76. Frank Bernhard, April 2016
  77. Frequency-Weighted Model Reduction with Applications to Structured Models
  78. Friday lectures for 101 students
  79. Fundamental Biological Factors Underlying Human Performance: From Molecular Diagnostics and Detection to Behavior and Systems Biology
  80. Funding
  81. Future Directions in Control, Dynamics, and Systems: Overview, Grand Challenges, and New Courses
  82. Future Directions in Control in an Information-Rich World
  83. GOTChA Chart
  84. Gabor Orosz, Feb 2009
  85. Gabor Orosz, Feb 2012
  86. Gabor Orosz May 2007
  87. Gabor Stepan, 30 May 2017
  88. Genetic Circuits for Multi-Cellular Machines
  89. Geometric Approaches to Control in the Presence of Magnitude and Rate Saturations
  90. Geometric Control of Particle Manipulation in a Two-Dimensional Fluid
  91. Geometric Phases, Control Theory, and Robotics
  92. Geometric Phases and Robotic Locomotion
  93. Geometric trajectory filtering via numerical conformal mapping
  94. George Haller, Oct 2014
  95. Global Dynamical Structure Reconstruction from Reconstructed Dynamical Structure Subnetworks: Applications to Biochemical Reaction Networks
  96. Graph Laplacians and Stabilization of Vehicle Formations
  97. Grasping with Flexible Link Fingers: An Initial Study
  98. Group Backpacking Hiking Trip
  99. Group Hicking Trip
  100. Group Hiking Trip
  101. Group Schedule, Fall 2006
  102. Group Schedule, Fall 2007
  103. Group Schedule, Fall 2008
  104. Group Schedule, Fall 2010
  105. Group Schedule, Fall 2011
  106. Group Schedule, Fall 2012
  107. Group Schedule, Fall 2013
  108. Group Schedule, Fall 2014
  109. Group Schedule, Fall 2015
  110. Group Schedule, Fall 2016
  111. Group Schedule, Fall 2017
  112. Group Schedule, Fall 2018
  113. Group Schedule, Fall 2019
  114. Group Schedule, Spring 2007
  115. Group Schedule, Spring 2008
  116. Group Schedule, Spring 2009
  117. Group Schedule, Spring 2011
  118. Group Schedule, Spring 2012
  119. Group Schedule, Spring 2013
  120. Group Schedule, Spring 2014
  121. Group Schedule, Spring 2015
  122. Group Schedule, Spring 2016
  123. Group Schedule, Spring 2017
  124. Group Schedule, Spring 2018
  125. Group Schedule, Spring 2019
  126. Group Schedule, Summer 2006
  127. Group Schedule, Summer 2007
  128. Group Schedule, Summer 2008
  129. Group Schedule, Summer 2010
  130. Group Schedule, Summer 2011
  131. Group Schedule, Summer 2012
  132. Group Schedule, Summer 2013
  133. Group Schedule, Summer 2014
  134. Group Schedule, Summer 2015
  135. Group Schedule, Summer 2016
  136. Group Schedule, Summer 2017
  137. Group Schedule, Summer 2018
  138. Group Schedule, Summer 2019
  139. Group Schedule, Winter 2007
  140. Group Schedule, Winter 2008
  141. Group Schedule, Winter 2009
  142. Group Schedule, Winter 2011
  143. Group Schedule, Winter 2012
  144. Group Schedule, Winter 2013
  145. Group Schedule, Winter 2014
  146. Group Schedule, Winter 2015
  147. Group Schedule, Winter 2016
  148. Group Schedule, Winter 2017
  149. Group Schedule, Winter 2018
  150. Group Schedule, Winter 2019
  151. Guest Lecture, CDS 140B, Spring 2011
  152. Gupta Visit
  153. HW
  154. HW4 Prob 2a Correction
  155. HW4 Prob 3 Hint
  156. HW4 Prob 3a formula correction
  157. HW4 Prob 4a Formula Correction
  158. HW4 Prob 4c Correction
  159. HW8 Problem 1 Hints
  160. HW8 Problem 3
  161. HW8 problem 4
  162. HW 6 Question 4
  163. HW 7 Prob 1 Comments
  164. HW 7 Prob 3 Hint
  165. HW 7 Problem 2
  166. HW 7 problem 4
  167. HYCON-EECI, Spring 2008
  168. HYCON-EECI, Spring 2009
  169. HYCON-EECI, Spring 2011
  170. HYCON-EECI, Spring 2012
  171. HYCON-EECI, Spring 2013
  172. Hadas Kress-Gazit, Feb 2008
  173. Hadas Kress-Gazit, Oct 2008
  174. Hard Limits And Performance Tradeoffs In A Class Of Sequestration Feedback Systems
  175. Has a stable system a stable eq. point? a limit cycle?
  176. Hats
  177. Heilmeier Catechism
  178. Henrik Sandberg, July 2012
  179. Henrike Niederholtmeyer, Jan 2017
  180. Hiding variables when decomposing specifications into GR(1) contracts
  181. Hiro Ono visit, February 2012
  182. Hiroki Miyazako, Feb 2016
  183. Hockett Meadows & Little Kern River
  184. Homepage:Murray
  185. Honeywell 2005-10-26
  186. Hot-swapping robot task goals in reactive formal synthesis
  187. Hovercrafe Batteries and Charger Details
  188. How are stability, performance, and robustness different? They seem very similar
  189. How are the z variables defined on slide 10, Lecture 3-1?
  190. How can we conclude that the open loop system on page 6 is stable from the bode plot?
  191. How do I create a FAQ for CDS 101/110?
  192. How do I evaluate a certain transfer function at desired frequencies numerically?
  193. How do I plot a 3D phase portrait?
  194. How do I save the mp3 files?
  195. How do equations given for dynamics on slide 10 relate to the state-space setup we used before?
  196. How do we choose epsilon in the definition of stability?
  197. How do we investigate stability of a system that has inputs?
  198. How do we read the simulated predator-prey graph?
  199. How do we use Matlab?
  200. How do you actually find the Jordan canonical form of a matrix?
  201. How does feedback help the X-29 experimental aircraft?
  202. How is the Internet a feedback system?
  203. How is the slope of the gain curve related to robustness?
  204. How many controllers should be plotted for problem 3c?
  205. How to review a technical paper
  206. How was V(x) derived on slide 13 of Lecture 3-1?
  207. How would you make the dynamics in the cruise control example more realistic?
  208. Hw5 ex1 - norm minimization
  209. Hw5 ex3.c - choice of rho
  210. Hw6 ex3.b - choice of times
  211. Hw6 ex3.b - setting the velocities
  212. Hw7 ex 3 - do we need to move the final time in the RHC?
  213. Hw7 ex 3 - how many plots are required?
  214. Hw 5 ex 2
  215. Hw 6 Problem 2
  216. I'm a 101/110 student. Can I sit in on the 210 lectures on Fridays without being enrolled in 210?
  217. ICB Microbial, ICB Network19
  218. ICyPhy: Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems
  219. ICyPhy Webex Feb 4 2012
  220. IEEE Paper, 18 Apr 05
  221. IEEE Proceedings Paper on Concensus and Cooperative Control
  222. IFAC 2014 Plenary Talk: Specification, Verification and Synthesis for Networked Control Systems
  223. I did not understand robustness
  224. I didn't catch the fly video. Is it available online?
  225. I keep getting mixed up on whether the diagonalized form of A is T^(-1)AT or TAT^(-1). Is there an easy way to remember the correct form?
  226. Ian Manchester, Jan 2012
  227. Identification of Decision Rules in a Human-controlled System: Vehicles at a Traffic Intersection
  228. Identifying and exploiting tolerance to unexpected jumps in synthesized strategies for GR(1) specifications
  229. If there is a common pole and zero (say at a) in the closed loop transfer function, should I say there's one pole at a and also one zero at a?
  230. Image gallery
  231. Impact of Communication Noise on Estimation over Wireless Links
  232. Implementation And Simulation Of Phosphorylation-Based Insulator In Transcription-Translation Platform
  233. Improvement of E. coli transcription-translation (TX-TL) system
  234. In MATLAB, use feedback() command to obtain the closed loop transfer function. Do not use L/(1 L).
  235. In Problem 2b what does Mp mean?
  236. In Wed's lecture slide no.13, why does the block "Drag Aerodynamics" connected to the summation and to the vision system?
  237. In lecture 1.2, y(x) was used as a function of the state variables. Is y a generic function of vector x?
  238. In problem 1 (CDS 110)/problem 2 (CDS 101), download cruise-ctrl.mdl, NOT cruisedyn.m
  239. In problem 3 (CDS 110), please use a different V2(x).
  240. In silico-biological control of bacterial activity in composite materials using scalable assembly processes
  241. In slide 12, what is special about the red cycle as opposed to the blue curves?
  242. In slide 9, why did you only linearize around the downward equilibrium point?
  243. Info for invitees
  244. Info for the invitees
  245. Information Flow and Cooperative Control of Vehicle Formations
  246. Information and Decision Systems
  247. Information systems course
  248. Interfacing TuLiP with the JPL Statechart Autocoder: Initial progress toward synthesis of flight software from formal specifications
  249. Intermediate steps in block diagram algebra for the Engine Control of a GM Astro example?
  250. Introduction to Distributed Control
  251. Inverse Abstraction of Neural Networks Using Symbolic Interpolation
  252. Inversion Based Trajectory Optimization
  253. Ioannis Filippidis
  254. Is T completely arbitrary in the definition of reachability?
  255. Is a high gain good in the speed control example?
  256. Is control a type of negative feedback?
  257. Is it possible for N to be negative?
  258. Is it possible to take CDS 110b without taking CDS 110a?
  259. Is it standard practice to use degrees to represent the phase in frequency response analysis?
  260. Is it true that feedback systems are in closed loop by definition?
  261. Is kp (the gain of the system) dimensionless?
  262. Is q1 a function of time
  263. Is the overshoot definition on slide 12 correct?
  264. Is the system on slide 5 stable?
  265. Is there any open source software we can use instead of MATLAB?
  266. Is there room for learning in control systems theory?
  267. It's a bit unclear to me when you talk about "error" in PID control
  268. Ivan Papusha
  269. J2 Dynamics and Formation Flight
  270. JPL SR&D15
  271. James Parkin
  272. Jan/Feb 2008 Meetings
  273. Jan 2010 meetings
  274. Jan 2017 meeting schedule
  275. Janos Sztipanovits, November 2012
  276. Jin Ge
  277. Jin Ge, Dec 2014
  278. Joe Meyerowitz
  279. Johan Thunberg, Dec 2014
  280. John Doyle's Panamanian Adventure
  281. John Marken
  282. John McManus
  283. John McManus, 5 Mar 2018
  284. Jonathan Feldstein
  285. Josefine Graebener
  286. July 2006 meeting schedule
  287. June 2007 Meetings
  288. June 2011 meetings
  289. Just-in-time synthesis for motion planning with temporal logic
  290. Kalman Filtering Over A Packet-delaying Network: A Probabilistic Approach
  291. Kalman Filtering Over A Packet Dropping Network: A Probabilistic Perspective
  292. Karan Kalsi, Oct 2017
  293. Karena Cai
  294. Kelly quickstart
  295. Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulation of Dynamic Phenomena in Thin Film Growth
  296. Kristin Rozier, May 2019
  297. LVP Discussion Group
  298. Lagrangian Mechanics and Carangiform Locomotion
  299. Lani Kim
  300. Lars Blackmore May 2007
  301. Latency wasn't mentioned in the example; does it affect robustness?
  302. Laurent Lessard, 29 Oct 2014
  303. Laurent Lessard, Feb 2012
  304. Layering assume-guarantee contracts for hierarchical system design
  305. Lbowers
  306. Learning-Based Abstractions for Nonlinear Constraint Solving
  307. Learning diffeomorphism models of robotic sensorimotor cascades
  308. Lecture 7.1 bugs
  309. Lecture notes week 7
  310. Length and time scales of cell-cell signaling circuits in agar
  311. Leopold Green
  312. Leopold Green, 13 Feb 2017
  313. Lillian Ratliff, 1-2 Feb 2016
  314. Limits on the Network Sensitivity Function for Multi-Agent Systems on a Graph
  315. Limits on the network sensitivity function for multi-agent systems on a graph
  316. Linear DNA for rapid prototyping of synthetic biological circuits in an Escherichia coli based TX-TL cell-free system
  317. Linear System Identifiability from Distributional and Time Series Data
  318. Linear models for control of cavity flow oscillations
  319. Long-distance communication in synthetic bacterial consortia through active signal propagation
  320. Low-Observable Nonlinear Trajectory Generation for Unmanned Air Vehicles
  321. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2010
  322. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2010, Course Schedule
  323. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2010, Homework 1 FAQ
  324. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2010, Lab 1 FAQ
  325. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2010, TA Info
  326. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2011
  327. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2011, Lab 1
  328. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2011, Lab 1 Sign-Up
  329. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2012
  330. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2012, Lab 1
  331. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2012, Lab 1 Sign-Up
  332. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2012, Lab 2 Sign-Up
  333. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2013
  334. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2013, Lab 1
  335. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2013, Lab 1 Sign-Up
  336. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2013, Lab 2 Sign-Up
  337. ME/CS 132a, Winter 2015
  338. ME/CS 132b, Spring 2011
  339. ME/CS 132b, Spring 2011, Course Project Test Time
  340. ME/CS 132b, Spring 2011, Lab 1 Makeup Sign-Up
  341. ME/CS 132b, Spring 2011, Lab 1 Sign-Up
  342. ME/CS 132b, Spring 2012
  343. ME/CS 132b, Spring 2012 Course Project Test Time
  344. ME/CS 132b, Spring 2013
  345. ME/CS 132b, Spring 2015
  346. ME132a TA-Instructor Meeting, Winter 2011
  347. MLS second edition
  348. MPP 2010 review
  349. MPP STC
  350. MURI Telecon 2005-07-13
  351. MURI Telecon 2005-07-21
  352. MURI Telecon 2005-07-27
  353. MURI Telecon 2005-08-03
  354. MURI Telecon 2005-10-12
  355. MURI Telecon 2005-10-18
  356. MURI Telecon 2005-10-26
  357. MURI Telecon 2005-10-31
  358. MVWT
  359. MVWT-II: The Second Generation Caltech Multi-Vehicle Wireless Testbed
  360. MVWT C2 Index
  361. MVWT GOTChA
  362. MVWT Meeting 2004-06-14
  363. MVWT Meeting 2004-06-17
  364. MVWT Meeting 2004-06-24
  365. MVWT Meeting 2004-07-01
  366. MVWT Meeting 2004-07-8
  367. MVWT Meeting 2004-08-26
  368. MVWT Meeting 2004 07 15
  369. MVWT Meeting 2004 07 22
  370. MVWT Meeting 2004 08 05
  371. MVWT Meeting 2004 08 12
  372. MVWT Positioning Index
  373. MVWT Project Index
  374. MVWT Slackware Installation
  375. MVWT Vehicle Index
  376. MVWT Vision System
  377. MVWT disk reimaging
  378. MVWT hovercraft
  379. MVWT network
  380. MVWT vision system
  381. MVWTfest January 2007
  382. Main Page
  383. Managing information in networked and multi-agent control systems
  384. Map.inc
  385. Mar 2009 meetings
  386. Mar 2010 meetings
  387. Mar 2017 meeting schedule
  388. March 2007 Meetings
  389. March 2013 meeting schedule
  390. Margin command help page
  391. Mark Muller, 20 Feb 2015
  392. Mark Prator
  393. Marta Kwiatkowska, Feb 2012
  394. Mary Dunlop, Oct 2017
  395. Marzia Cescon, Nov 2013
  396. Masataka Nishi, May 2011
  397. Matlab tips for using less paper.
  398. May 2010 meetings
  399. May 2017 meeting schedule
  400. Michael Coen May 2007
  401. Michael Samoilov, August 2010
  402. Michaelle Mayalu
  403. Michaƫlle Mayalu, Jan 2017
  404. Miki Yun
  405. Mini-bootcamp 2011
  406. Moclo
  407. Model-Based Control of Cavity Oscillations, Part I: Experiments
  408. Model-Based Control of Cavity Oscillations, Part II: System Identificaion and Analysis
  409. Model-Based Design and Qualification of Complex Systems
  410. Model-Based Estimation of Off-Highway Road Geometry using Single-Axis LADAR and Inertial Sensing
  411. Model-guided Discovery and Optimization of Cell-based Sensors
  412. Model Predictive Control for Signal Temporal Logic Specifications
  413. Model Predictive Control for an Uncertain Smart Thermal Grid
  414. Model Predictive Control of Coordinated Multi-Vehicle Formations
  415. Model Predictive Control of a Thurst-Vectored Flight Control Experiment
  416. Model Predictive Control with Signal Temporal Logic Specifications
  417. Model Reduction and System Identification for Master Equation Control Systems
  418. Model Reduction for Compressible Flows using POD and Galerkin Projection
  419. Model Reduction via Centering and Karhunen Loeve Expansion
  420. Model of Paradoxical Signaling Regulated T-Cell Population Control for Design of Synthetic Circuits
  421. Model reduction of interconnected linear systems
  422. Model reduction verification in TXTL, with Edward Hancock
  423. Modeling Dynamic Transcriptional Circuits with CRISPRi
  424. Modeling Environmental Disturbances with the Chemical Master Equation
  425. Modeling and Control of Epitaxial Thin Film Growth
  426. Modeling and Control of Thin Film Morphology Using Unsteady Processing Parameters: Problem Formulation and Initial Results
  427. Modeling the Effects of Compositional Context on Promoter Activity in an E. Coli Extract based Transcription-Translation System
  428. Modelling Efficient Pisciform Swimming for Control
  429. Modelling and Experimental Investigation of Carangiform Locomotion for Control
  430. Molecular Programming Architectures, Abstractions, Algorithms, and Applications
  431. Molecular Programming Project
  432. Motion Planning with Complex Tasks
  433. Motion Planning with Wireless Network Constraints
  434. Motion planning in observations space with learned diffeomorphism models
  435. Moving bounding boxes and incremental synthesis for dynamic obstacles
  436. Mud cards
  437. Multi-Hop Relay Protocols for Fast Consensus Seeking
  438. Multi-dimensional state estimation in adversarial environment
  439. MurrayWiki Changes
  440. NCS: Kalman Filtering
  441. NCS: Message Transfer Systems
  442. NCS: Moving Horizon Estimation
  443. NCS: Multi-Threaded Control Systems
  444. NCS: Packet-based Control: the TCP case
  445. NCS: Packet-based Control: the UDP case
  446. NCS: Packet-based Estimation
  447. NCS: Real-Time Trajectory Generation
  448. NCS: Receding Horizon Control
  449. NCS subgroup planner
  450. NIH P50
  451. NME130/Course planning
  452. NME130/Dynamical systems
  453. NME130/Graphical models
  454. NME130/Information theory
  455. NME130/Optimization
  456. NME130/Synthesis theory
  457. NME130/Uncertainty
  458. NME 130
  459. NSF Expeditions, 2008-2012
  460. Naira Hovakimyan, Jan 2012
  461. Naming Conventions
  462. Nancy Cao
  463. Ncsbook/estim
  464. Ncsbook/markjls
  465. Ncsbook/notation
  466. Ncsbook/pbestim
  467. Ncsbook/sensnets
  468. Ncsbook/subversion
  469. Negative Feedback Facilitates Temperature Robustness in Biomolecular Circuit Dynamics
  470. Negative autoregulation matches production and demand in synthetic transcriptional networks
  471. Network Science and Engineering: A Theory of Network Architecture
  472. Networked Feedback Systems in Biology
  473. Networked Sensing, Estimation and Control Systems
  474. Networks with the Smallest Average Distance and the Largest Average Clustering
  475. New Design Principles for Estimation over Fading Channels in Mobile Sensor Networks
  476. Niklas Karlsson, 9 Feb 2016
  477. Nikolay Atanasov, Feb 2015
  478. Nils Napp, August 2010
  479. Nils Napp, June 2011
  480. Nonholonomic Mechanical Systems and Symmetry
  481. Nonholonomic Mechanical Systems with Symmetry
  482. Nonholonomic Mechanics and Locomotion: The Snakeboard Example
  483. Nonholonomic Motion Planning: Steering Using Sinusoids
  484. Nonholonomic control systems: from steering to stabilization with sinuoids
  485. Nonlinear Control Design for Rotating Stall and Surge with Magnetic Bearing Actuators
  486. Nonlinear Control Methods for Planar Carangiform Robot Fish
  487. Nonlinear Control and Modeling of Rotating Stall in an Axial Flow Compressor
  488. Nonlinear Control of Mechanical Systems: A Lagrangian Perspective
  489. Nonlinear Control of Mechanical Systems: A Reimannian Geometry Approach
  490. Nonlinear Control of Rotating Stall Using Axisymmetric Bleed with Continuous Air Injection on a Low-Speed, Single Stage, Axial Compressor
  491. Nonlinear Control of Rotating Stall and Surge with Axisymmetric Bleed and Air Injection on Axial Flow Compressors
  492. Nonlinear Lateral Control Strategy for Nonholonomic Vehicles
  493. Nonlinear Trajectory Generation for Unmanned Air Vehicles with Multiple Radars
  494. Nonlinear Trajectory Generation for the Caltech Multi-Vehicle Wireless Testbed
  495. Notes for 25 Sept 2006
  496. Nov 2009 meetings
  497. Nov 2016 meeting schedule
  498. Observability and Local Observer Construction for Unknown Parameters in Linearly and Nonlinearly Parameterized Systems
  499. Observability of a Class of Hybrid Systems on Bounded Lattices
  500. Observers for a Class of Hybrid Systems on a Lattice

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