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Analytic interpolation with complexity constraints (Professor Anders Lindquist)

Period: 1997-07-01

This project is joint with C. I. Byrnes, Washington University, St. Louis, and T. T. Georgiou, University of Minnesota. Several important applied problems in circuit theory, robust stabilisation and » more
Generalized moment problems with complexity constraint (Professor Anders Lindquist)

Period: 2002-07-01

This project is joint with C. I. Byrnes, Washington University, St. Louis. The purpose of this project is to develop a mathematical theory for generalized moment problems with complexity constraints, » more
Geometric theory of linear stochastic systems (Professor Anders Lindquist)

Period: 1991-07-01

This project is joint with Georgio Picci, University of Padova and György Michaletzky, Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest. The objective is to develop a comprehensive geometric theory for state-space » more
Hybrid control of autonomous systems (Professor Xiaoming Hu)

Period: 2001-01-01

This project is part of an ongoing research effort of the Centre for Autonomous Systems. In this project we use a hybrid system approach to study some issues concerning the integration of control and » more
Integral quadratic constraints (Ulf Jönsson)

Period: 1999-07-01

This project is carried out in co-operation with A. Megretski, MIT, A. Rantzer, LTH, Chung-Yao Kao, University of Melbourne and Hisaya Fujioka, Kyoto University. Integral Quadratic Constraints (IQCs) » more
Optimization of radiation therapy (Professor Anders Forsgren)

Period: 2003-03-01 - 2013-06-30

The project aims at devloping new methods and models for optimization of radiation therapy. » more
Universal regulators for systems with harmonic disturbances (Professor Anders Lindquist)

Period: 1993-07-01

This project is joint with V. A. Yakubovich, St. Petersburg, Russia. The aim is to control a linear discrete-time control system affected by additive harmonic disturbances with known frequencies but » more


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