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    • Decentralized stabilization of interconnected systems: Structural conditions 

      Yu, R.; Sezer, M. E. (1992)
      A unified framework is provided for the design of high-gain decentralized controllers for the stabilization of several classes of interconnected systems. These classes are characterized in terms of the structure of the ...
    • A Hamiltonian-based solution to the mixed sensitivity optimization problem for stable pseudorational plants 

      Kashima, K.; Özbay, H.; Yamamoto, Y. (Elsevier, 2005-11)
      This paper considers the mixed sensitivity optimization problem for a class of infinite-dimensional stable plants. This problem is reducible to a two- or one-block H∞ control problem with structured weighting functions. ...
    • Model based anticontrol of chaos 

      Morgül, Ö. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2003)
      We will consider model based anticontrol of chaotic systems. We consider both continuous and discrete time cases. We first assume that the systems to be controlled are linear and time invariant. Under controllability ...
    • Network model approach to the analysis of multirigid-body systems 

      Tokad, Y. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1993)
      The mathematical model of a rigid body in three dimensional motion developed in [1] is used to formulate the equations of motion for the systems of rigid bodies connected to form a special type of open kinematic chain. In ...
    • A Note on Robust Stability Bounds 

      Sezer, M. E.; Siuak, D. D. (IEEE, 1989)
      The purpose of this note is to comment on stability robustness bounds for linear systems with multiple uncertain parameters, which were obtained via Lyapunov functions. Simple examples are used to illustrate the effects ...
    • On diagonalization by dynamic output feedback 

      Özgüler, A. B.; Eldem, V. (1989)
      The purpose of this paper is to draw attention to a casuality degree dominance property in diagonalization problems by dynamic output feedback and constant precompensator. Even in the well-investigated special case of ...
    • An overview of design and operational issues of kanban systems 

      Aktürk, M. S.; Erhun, F. (Taylor & Francis, 1999)
      We present a literature review and classification of techniques to determine both the design parameters and kanban sequences for just-in-time manufacturing systems. We summarize the model structures, decision variables, ...
    • Set of open-loop block-diagonalizers of transfer matrices 

      Özgüler, A. B.; Eldem, V. (Taylor & Francis, 1989)
      The set of open-loop (right) block-diagonalizers of a given p x m transfer matrix 2, with specified block sizes, is studied. A characterization of this set is obtained in terms of a 'maximal' open-loop block-diagonalizer ...
    • A Solution to the diagonalization problem by constant precompensator and dynamic output feedback 

      Eldem, V. A.; Ozguler, A. B. (IEEE, 1989)
      A solution is obtained for the problem of diagonalization (row by row decoupling) by a constant precompensator and a dynamic output feedback compensator of a p x m linear time-invariant system. The solvability condition ...
    • Stability of delayed feedback controllers for discrete time systems 

      Morgül ,Ö. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2003)
      We consider the delayed feedback control (DFC) scheme for one dimensional discrete time systems. To analyze the stability, we construct a map whose fixed points correspond to the periodic orbits of the system to be controlled. ...
    • Stabilization and disturbance rejection for the beam equation 

      Morgül, Ö. (IEEE, Orlando, FL, USA, 2001)
      We consider a system described by the Euler-Bernoulli beam equation in a bounded domain with appropriate boundary conditions. To stabilize the system, we propose a dynamic boundary controller applied at the free end of the ...