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International Journal of Control, Automation and Systems

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20.09.2018

Adaptive Reliable H∞ Control of Uncertain Affine Nonlinear Systems

For general input affine nonlinear systems, robust reliable control designs are commonly available that compensate the actuator faults in pure outage mode. In this paper, a more general and complex problem is considered and an adaptive reliable H∞ …

20.09.2018

A Novel Discrete-time Nonlinear Model Predictive Control Based on State Space Model

This paper proposes a novel finite dimensional discrete-time Nonlinear Model Predictive Control. This technique is based on discrete-time state-space models, Taylor series expansion for prediction and performance index optimization. Furthermore …

20.09.2018

Guaranteed Cost Sliding Mode Control of Switched Systems with Known Sojourn Probabilities

This paper investigates the problem of the optimal guaranteed cost sliding mode control (SMC) for a class of uncertain switched systems, in which the sojourn probabilities staying in each subsystem are available. By introducing a set of stochastic …

13.09.2018

Iterative Identification Algorithms for Bilinear-in-parameter Systems by Using the Over-parameterization Model and the Decomposition

This paper focuses on the identification problem for a class of bilinear-in-parameter systems with an additive noise modeled by an autoregressive moving average process. By using the over-parameterization model, the special form of the bilinear …

25.07.2018

Consecutive Synchronization of a Delayed Complex Dynamical Network via Distributed Adaptive Control Approach

In this paper, a consecutive synchronization scheme is investigated to synchronize the nodes of a delayed complex dynamical network with an isolated node via an adaptive control approach. The specific feature of this scheme consists in the …

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The International Journal of Control, Automation, and Systems (IJCAS) is a joint publication of Institute of Control, Robotics and Systems (ICROS) and The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers (KIEE), which is published as bimonthly periodical as of 2003. The two institutes have been discussing the launch of a joint publication, since 2001; by discontinuing the former English journals of their respective institutes, they aim to establish a high-quality archival journal. In addition to introducing a new journal name, the IJCAS, the joint steering committee has set a new publication direction. To broaden the scope of the journal, the committee has invited distinguished scholars from abroad as well as from Korea to serve on the editorial board. I am honored to work with them to make this a truly international journal.

Our desire is to provide a forum for original research results on theory, design, experiments, and applications in all technical areas of control, automation, and systems. The journal covers three strongly related research areas including control, automation, and systems. This type of coverage is unique and it is the only journal covering these three areas combined in the world. To become a premier journal, however, we warmly welcome your active participation and contribution, not only by submitting your precious works but also by making constructive suggestions for improving of the journal.

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