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Adaptive Control of Nonlinear and Stochastic Systems
Final rept. 15 Nov 1990-14 Nov 1991
TEXAS UNIV AT AUSTIN DEPT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
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Significant progress was made in a number of aspects of nonlinear and stochastic systems. An important problem in the adaptive control of a finite state Markov chain was solved, and significant progress was made along more general directions. A controlled switching diffusion model was developed to study the hierarchical control of flexible manufacturing systems and significant results were obtained. In the area of deterministic nonlinear systems the work continued on nonlinear observers and linearizable dynamics. Finally, some important problems in the area of discrete event systems were solved.
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