Special Issue "Mathematics on Automation Control Systems"
A special issue of Mathematics (ISSN 2227-7390).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2019).
Interests: dynamic systems; sampled-data systems ( with an emphasis on non-uniform sampling); stability of dynamic systems and stability of differential and difference equations; epidemic mathematical models
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Special Issue in Applied Sciences: New Trends in Automation Control Systems and Their Applications
Automation Control Systems have continued to enjoy a strong interaction with research in stochastic processes. The goal of this Special Issue is to explore such interactions between stochastic processes and mathematical finance. We are inviting submissions in various areas of current interest on dynamic systems and control systems, such as (but not limited to):
- Control systems: theory and applications
- Nonlinear dynamic systems, controllability, observability, stability, absolute stability, hyperstability and passivity properties
- Epidemic models: new aspects of analysis, stability and vaccination controls
- Biological processes: modelling and related control issues
- Fractional calculus in dynamic systems and control systems: theoretical aspects and controller designs
- New trends on discrete and multirate control modelling and designs, non-uniform and adaptive sampling
- New mathematical results on the various aspects of consensus properties and issues in dynamic and control systems
- Active and semiactive control designs: modelling and stability. Its usefulness against seismic motions and other pernitious perturbing actions
- Theoretical aspects of impulsive dynamic systems and controls and their potential applications
- New mathematical results and trends on the study and development of hybrid continuous- time/digital control systems and related results on switched systems
- Probabilistic and stochastic control systems
- Dynamic systems under time scales
- New proposals on fuzzy control systems
- Applications of fixed point theory, Lyapunov theory and other related mathematical techniques to the development of new theoretical aspects of stability of dynamic and control systems
Both theoretical and applied research manuscripts are welcomed, as are papers on emerging areas of control systems and interdisciplinary topics. The submitted manuscripts are required to involve a formal treatment including the use of an acceptable rigor from the mathematical point of view.
Prof. Dr. Manuel De la Sen
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- control systems
- controllability, observability, stability, consensus, absolute stability, hyperstability, passivity
- epidemic models
- vaccination controls
- fractional calculus multirate , non-uniform and adaptive sampling
- hybrid systems and controllers
- probabilistic and stochastic control systems
- adaptive control
- Lyapunov stability
- Nonlinear dynamic and control systems