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High-performance load-adaptive speed control for ultrasonic motors - II. Bidimensional analytical modelling of the stator/rotor contact
Ferreira, A.; Minotti, P.
Helicopter translational rate command using individual channel analysis and design
Dudgeon, G.J.W.; Gribble, J.J.
GPS positioning using virtual pseudorange
Kim, I.; Park, C.; Jee, G.; Lee, J.G.
Reinforcement learning and its application to force control of an industrial robot - a reinforcement learning associative memory
Song K.-T.; Chu, T.
Preface to the special section on distributed computer control systems
Requirements for integrated ship control networking - an overview
Jorgensen, N.; Dalsgaard Nielsen, J.F.; Schioler, H.
Component-based design of large distributed real-time systems - an approach to designing fault-tolerant computing systems
Mode handling in the Time-Triggered Architecture - Multiplexing and In-Vehicle Networking
Kopetz, H.; Nossal, R.; Hexel, R.; Kruger, A.; Millinger, D.; Pallierer, R.; Temple, C.; Krug, M.
Developing predictable and flexible distributed real-time systems - Ada Programming Language
Adan-Coello, J.M.; Magalhaes, M.F.; Ramamritham, K.
The design and analysis of low-cost real-time fieldbus systems - Road Vehicles - Interchange of Digital Information - Controller Area Network (CAN) for High Speed Communication
Rodd, M.G.; Dimyati, K.; Motus, L.
End-to-end design of distributed real-time systems
Ryu, M.; Hong, S.
A pre-run-time scheduling method for distributed real-time systems in an FIP environment - a new paradigm for hard real-time operating systems
Kim, Y.S.; Jeong, S.; Kwon, W.H.
An extended TCP/IP protocol for real-time local area networks - Distributed packet switching for local comptuter networks
Park, J.; Yoon, Y.
Scheduling real-time messages in a Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop
Koh, J.; Kim, T.; Shin, H.
Worst-case execution-time analysis at low cost - a language for reliable real-time systems
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