Automatique et corps différentiels.

Michel Fliess

Forum mathematicum (1989)

  • Volume: 1, Issue: 3, page 227-238
  • ISSN: 0933-7741; 1435-5337/e

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Fliess, Michel. "Automatique et corps différentiels.." Forum mathematicum 1.3 (1989): 227-238. <>.

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volume = {1},
year = {1989},

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  2. Tanel Mullari, Ülle Kotta, Simplification of the generalized state equations
  3. G. Conte, A. Perdon, C. Moog, Toward a notion of canonical form for nonlinear systems
  4. Jiangfeng Zhang, Claude H. Moog, Xiao Hua Xia, Realization of multivariable nonlinear systems via the approaches of differential forms and differential algebra
  5. E. Aranda-Bricaire, C. Moog, J. Pomet, Infinitesimal Brunovský form for nonlinear systems with applications to Dynamic Linearization
  6. J. Rudolph, Well-formed dynamics under quasi-static state feedback
  7. Michel Fliess, Jean Lévine, Philippe Martin, Pierre Rouchon, Deux applications de la géométrie locale des diffiétés
  8. Jean-Baptiste Pomet, A differential geometric setting for dynamic equivalence and dynamic linearization
  9. Michel Fliess, Jean Lévine, Philippe Martin, Pierre Rouchon, Differential flatness and defect: an overview

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