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M. R. Jovanovic.
Modeling, analysis, and control of spatially distributed systems.
PhD thesis,
University of California, Santa Barbara,
2004.
Keyword(s): Architectural issues in distributed control design,
Control of vehicular formations,
Distributed systems theory,
Flow modeling and control,
NavierStokes equations.
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B. K. Lieu and M. R. Jovanovic.
Computation of frequency responses for linear timeinvariant PDEs on a compact interval.
J. Comput. Phys.,
250:246269,
October 2013.
Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory,
Computational tools for spatially distributed systems,
Uncertainty quantification in PDEs.
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M. Fardad,
M. R. Jovanovic,
and B. Bamieh.
Frequency analysis and norms of distributed spatially periodic systems.
IEEE Trans. Automat. Control,
53(10):22662279,
November 2008.
Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory,
Inputoutput analysis,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Uncertainty quantification in PDEs.
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M. R. Jovanovic,
M. Arcak,
and E. D. Sontag.
A passivitybased approach to stability of spatially distributed systems with a cyclic interconnection structure.
IEEE Trans. Automat. Control: Special Issue on Systems Biology,
53:7586,
January 2008.
Keyword(s): Biochemical networks,
Cyclic feedback systems,
Distributed systems theory,
Reactiondiffusion equations.
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M. R. Jovanovic and M. Fardad.
$H_2$ norm of linear timeperiodic systems: a perturbation analysis.
Automatica,
44(8):20902098,
August 2008.
Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory,
Inputoutput analysis,
Timeperiodic systems,
Perturbation analysis,
Uncertainty quantification in PDEs.
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M. R. Jovanovic and B. Bamieh.
A formula for frequency responses of distributed systems with one spatial variable.
Syst. Control Lett.,
55(1):2737,
January 2006.
Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory,
Computational tools for spatially distributed systems,
Uncertainty quantification in PDEs.
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R. Moarref,
M. Fardad,
and M. R. Jovanovic.
Perturbation analysis of eigenvalues of a class of selfadjoint operators.
In Proceedings of the 2008 American Control Conference,
Seattle, WA,
pages 955960,
2008.
Note: (Invited paper).
Keyword(s): Perturbation analysis,
Spatiallyperiodic systems,
Transient response,
Distributed systems theory.
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R. Moarref and M. R. Jovanovic.
Remarks on computing the $H_2$ norm of incompressible fluids using descriptor statespace formulation.
In Proceedings of the 2008 American Control Conference,
Seattle, WA,
pages 30643069,
2008.
Keyword(s): NavierStokes equations,
Incompressible fluids,
Inputoutput analysis,
Descriptor systems,
Distributed systems theory.
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M. R. Jovanovic,
M. Arcak,
and E. D. Sontag.
Remarks on the stability of spatially distributed systems with a cyclic interconnection structure.
In Proceedings of the 2007 American Control Conference,
New York City, NY,
pages 26962701,
2007.
Keyword(s): Biochemical networks,
Cyclic feedback systems,
Distributed systems theory,
Reactiondiffusion equations.
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M. R. Jovanovic.
$H_2$ norm of linear timeperiodic systems: a perturbation analysis.
In Proceedings of the 2006 American Control Conference,
Minneapolis, MN,
pages 14521457,
2006.
Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory,
Inputoutput analysis,
Timeperiodic systems,
Perturbation analysis.
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M. R. Jovanovic and B. Bamieh.
Exact computation of frequency responses for a class of infinite dimensional systems.
In Proceedings of the 42nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control,
Maui, HI,
pages 13391344,
2003.
Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory,
Computational tools for spatially distributed systems.
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M. R. Jovanovic,
B. Bamieh,
and M. Grebeck.
Parametric resonance in spatially distributed systems.
In Proceedings of the 2003 American Control Conference,
Denver, CO,
pages 119124,
2003.
Keyword(s): Distributed systems theory,
Spatiallyperiodic systems.
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