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- Algebraic curves over a finite field
- Analytic theory of global bifurcation : an introduction
- Auxiliary signal design for failure detection
- Chaotic transitions in deterministic and stochastic dynamical systems : applications of Melnikov processes in engineering, physics, and neuroscience
- Control theoretic splines : optimal control, statistics, and path planning
- Control theoretic splines : optimal control, statistics, and path planning
- Distributed control of robotic networks : a mathematical approach to motion coordination algorithms
- Entropy
- Graph theoretic methods in multiagent networks
- Hidden Markov processes : theory and applications to biology
- Impulsive and hybrid dynamical systems : stability, dissipativity, and control
- Mathematical analysis of deterministic and stochastic problems in complex media electromagnetics
- Mathematical analysis of deterministic and stochastic problems in complex media electromagnetics
- Mathematical methods in elasticity imaging
- Matrices, moments, and quadrature with applications
- Matrices, moments, and quadrature with applications
- Matrix completions, moments, and sums of Hermitian squares
- Matrix completions, moments, and sums of hermitian squares
- Max Plus at work : modeling and analysis of synchronized systems : a course on Max-Plus algebra and its applications
- Modern anti-windup synthesis
- Modern anti-windup synthesis : control augmentation for actuator saturation
- Modern anti-windup synthesis : control augmentation for actuator saturation
- Positive definite matrices
- Positive definite matrices
- Robust optimization
- Robust optimization
- Self-regularity : a new paradigm for primal-dual interior-point algorithms
- Self-regularity : a new paradigm for primal-dual interior-point algorithms
- Selfsimilar processes
- Selfsimilar processes
- Stability and Control of Large-Scale Dynamical Systems : a Vector Dissipative Systems Approach
- The Traveling Salesman Problem : a Computational Study
- The traveling salesman problem : a computational study
- Thermodynamics : a dynamical systems approach
- Thermodynamics : a dynamical systems approach
- Topics in quaternion linear algebra
- Totally nonnegative matrices
- Totally nonnegative matrices
- Wave scattering by time-dependent perturbations : an introduction

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