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  • Iasson Karafyllis
  • Zhong-Ping Jiang
Part of the Communications and Control Engineering book series (CCE)

Abstract

Chapter 7 aims to demonstrate the wide applicability of the analysis and synthesis tools presented in previous chapters. Three representative control problems are studied: (1) the stabilization of a delayed chemostat model; (2) the stabilization of numerical schemes for the numerical solution of systems described by ODEs; (3) the stabilization of the price of a commodity by manipulation of buffer stocks.

Keywords

Stabilization Policy Buffer Stock Chemostat Model Tracking Control Problem Mathematical Control Theory 
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